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24/14 Prayer Room

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February 26 – March 11, 2016 The Vine  78 Vine Street (corner of Park and Vine–behind Philpott Church) In partnership with the Greater Ontario House of Prayer (GOHOP), the TrueCity Conference will launch two weeks of night and day prayer for Hamilton.  You are invited to sign-up for Prayer Room slots as individuals or groups […]

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Burn 24-7 30 Hour Worship Event

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As part of this year’s 24/14 Prayer Room we have the Hamilton Burn 24-7 leading us in  30 hours of continous worship from 7 pm Friday, March 4th to 1 am on Sunday, March 6th at the Vine. Burn 24-7 Hamilton Enthroning the LORD in Hamilton as we gather together from across this city for extended […]

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24/7 PRAYER ROOM: MARCH 1 – 13!

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 Each year, coinciding with the TrueCity Conference, GOHOP (Greater Ontario House of Prayer) runs a 24/7 prayer room to facilitate shared prayer for our city between churches. Stations are set up to cultivate all kinds of prayer expressions, from contemplative to charismatic, with instruments for worship and art installations to help focus our prayers on […]

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Sign-Up for 24/7 Prayer: Feb 21 – March 7

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  TrueCity has partnered with the Greater Ontario House of Prayer (GOHOP) to facilitate shared prayer for our city between churches. Each year, coinciding with the TrueCity Conference, GOHOP runs 24/7 prayer rooms in the Vine (78 Vine St., Hamilton ON), Philpott Memorial Church’s satellite building. Its location, a block away from the library and […]

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GOHOP Prayer Truck

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              A GOHOP Prayer Truck Update from Jill Weber: The goal of GOHOP (Greater Ontario House of Prayer) is to help the church in Hamilton be the loving presence of a people of prayer in the city.  To that end, each summer we acquire a UHaul truck for three weeks.  We turn the back of […]

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New Studies (and Stories) in Urban Monasticism

“I felt at a loss as to how to proceed,” the intern recalled. Her assignment was to take two bag lunches downtown, to share with someone in need of lunch or company — in short, to make a new friend. “I noted the questioning stares” from passers-by in the downtown mall, she continued. “I was […]

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