Monday, September 24, 2012

Grace Brethren Tonight & Chico Evening of Worship & Honor Tomorrow Evening at Chico State

Our final gatherings of "ONE Journey Together" will take us to Grace Brethren, tonight, 6:30-8pm, then to Chico State BMU Auditorium tomorrow, 6:30-8:30pm.  You also are welcome to participate in the morning worship and prayer at The Prayer House @ City Light.  For questions, contact Dai Sup at 530-570-0085 or  For details, including addresses and 10 DAYS vision/purpose, please read below & visit updates.  Thank you!


Let us be ONE even as the Father and the Son are ONE – John 17:21

10 DAYS Chico: September 16-25, 2012
Uniting the city-wide Church in 10 DAYS of
worship/prayer/fasting leading up to the
Chico Evening of Worship and Honor 9/25

10 Evenings of Worship and Prayer

Sept. 16-24, 6:30pm-8:00pm and Sept. 25, 6:30pm-8:30pm
See the list of evening hosts, locations, address and maps below.
 8 Mornings of Worship and Prayer

Sept. 17-22 and 24-25, 8:00am-12:00pm 

Hosted by The Prayer House @ City Light, 3015 Cohasset Road, Chico.

Click HERE for map to TPH.

  2 Remaining Evening Schedule & Locations

Monday, 9/24, 6:30-8:00pm
Hosted by Grace Brethren
 355 Panama Avenue, Chico
From Hwy 99: Exit at East Ave; Drive West in East Ave; Turn right on Esplanade;
Take the next right into Panama; Look for Grace Brethren Church on your right. 

Tuesday, 9/25, 6:30-8:30pm
 Chico Evening of Worship and Honor
Chico State BMU Auditorium
On the Campus of Chico State: 2nd Street between Chestnut and Hazel
  2 Remaining Mornings of Worship & Prayer
Sept. 24-25, 8:00am-12:00pm

Hosted by The Prayer House @ City Light

 3015 Cohasset Road, Chico

And Jesus said to them, "Can the wedding guests mourn as long as the bridegroom is with them? The days will come when the bridegroom is taken away from them, and then they will fast.” (Matthew 9:15)
Vision: Engaging the Church of Chico to 10 DAYS of worship, prayer and fasting with an emphasis on uniting believers, drawing them deeper in their faith, and longing for the return of our Lord. 
•    Revealing Unity - Revealing and advancing the unity of the Body of Christ in your area through a corporate time of consecration that engages a large cross-section of believers
•    Seeking Maturity - Awakening, strengthening, and purifying believers individually through an extended season of engagement with God and withdrawal from things of the world
•    Desiring Christ’s Return - A specific emphasis of the 10 DAYS is on “eagerly waiting” (Rom 8:25) for the return of Christ. 
Structure: Consecrated Time is the overall theme of the 10 DAYS.  Through experiences on retreat, at prayer summits, in fasting, or other extended times of worship, many of us have experienced the power of extended times set-apart to seek God.  The 10 DAYS is designed to usher many Christians within our city into this type of experience together.
Fasting: Daniel Fast (vegan fast) or a liquid fast is recommended for the 10 day period.  Other forms of fasting may include turning off the media/electronics in order to tune into hearing God's voice and to have a great emphasis on His written Word.  Fasting is a great way for people to engage in the 10 DAYS even if their schedule prohibits them from attending corporate gatherings.
Ongoing Worship and Prayer is the heart of the 10 DAYS.  Believers are invited to set themselves apart for corporate worship and prayer, taking time off from “normal life”.  This is expressed corporately by setting up a location or locations for ongoing prayer with either 24/7 prayer or set-times.  The Prayer House will be available for morning worship and prayer on September 17-22 and 24-25, 8am-12pm.
Evening Gatherings are the most visible part of the gathering.  Each night, a different group of congregations and ministries will host a gathering of worship and prayer to form mobile, 10-day movement.  People who attend from night to night will experience the Church her diverse array of traditions.  Please refer to the 10 DAYS of evening locations below.  
Partnership: Believers in Boston and the cities of South Shore, Mass. are planning city and regional 10 DAYS gatherings during this time.  
Fall Feasts: This gathering occurs during the “10 Days of Awe” on the Biblical calendar.  Beginning with the Day of Trumpets and ending with the Day of Atonement.  These dates symbolically point to both the finished work of the cross and the return of Christ.
Contact: For questions/comment,please contact Dai Sup Han: 530-570-0085,

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