I've also been working on another prayer walk. Each summer, as a part of Mission 6:10, I've made up a prayer walk for the participants. It usually has about six locations on it - all carefully chosen to be within walking distance of each other. For each location I give a picture (usually taken from Google Maps), a short explanation about the location, and some suggestions for prayers. However Kevin V. has been organizing a Hope for North Central prayer walk for December 8 and 9, with the plan to walk the perimeter, surrounding North Central with prayer. He asked me to make up a booklet for it. Well, this is sort of what I've done in the summer, only much more - it ended up having over 30 different locations on it - put on a sheet of paper in landscape format, four per page, it works out to eight pages, or four double-sided pages for the booklet. It was a lot of work. I've worked on it for parts of three days now, and it feels good to be finished.
I've put the link for the booklet here; so if you're not able to come but still want to participate in prayer you can. I've put the cover for the booklet below. In case you want to know, I live just off the corner of 4th and Lewvan - Lewvan is the street that forms the western border of North Central.
Anyway, if you're interested in coming out for the prayer walk; it's going to be in several legs:
Sat Dec 8
- 11:00 am – meet at McDonald’s at Albert & Dewdney, walk west
- 1:00 pm – meet at Pasqua Hospital, Robin’s donuts in the entry, walk north. Finish approximately 2:30 at Wascana School.
- 1:30 pm – meet at Margaret Akachuk’s, 1071 King St, apt 2, walk east
- 3:30 pm – meet at Tim Hortons, 4th & Albert, walk south
- 5:00 pm – meet at McDonalds at Albert & Dewdney, finish
North Central – bordered by Lewvan on the West, Albert on the East, McKinley on the north, and the railroad tracks to the south. Regina’s largest inner-city area, it has very small lots (25’ wide), approximately 10,500 people live here – 6% of Regina’s population but 18% of Regina’s crime. 30% of the population are of aboriginal descent.