Charles Spurgeon, the great 19th century British preacher, would regularly welcome visitors who were eager to learn the “secret” of his church’s “success.” He would lead them away from the Metropolitan Tabernacle’s impressive crowds and sanctuary and take them down to the basement of the church. There they would discover a group of people fervently praying on their knees. “Here is the powerhouse of the church,” Spurgeon would declare to his astonished guests. “If the engine room is out of action, then the whole mill will grind to a halt.”
Come join us at “The Engine Room,” FPC’s monthly prayer group, for an evening of kingdom-centered prayer. We gather on the 4th floor of the church building at 7:30pm and go into prayer from 7:45 to 9:00. All are welcome. Contact Peter Brown for the address (email@example.com).