Welcome to The Way of The Spirit Manchester
- The Way of the Spirit course helps you to read the Word of God effectively through listening to the Holy Spirit.
- It will enable you to apply biblical truths to your daily life and move more into the prophetic flow of the Holy Spirit.
- The course allows the Word of God and the Spirit to work together to bring deeper revelation into your life, the lives of individuals and groups of people.
- The prophetic church is a place of spiritual prosperity, a river flowing, releasing life and bearing fruit (see John 7:37-38 and Acts 2:42).
We have three groups that meet on a regular basis to study the Word using The Way of The Spirit reading course. You would be very welcome to join us, please contact us for details of where they meet.
Saturday evenings 5-7pm
The Men’s Group meets fortnightly and is studying Times of Refreshing.
Monday evenings 7-9pm
St Aidan’s group, studying The Call and The Cross
Friday mornings 10am – 12pm
The group meets weekly during term time only, and is studying My Lord and My God.
Over the last year or more, God has been reminding us of Acts 2 and the model of the early church. Changes are taking place all around us in our society, at the same time God is at work strategically by His Spirit. We don’t necessarily see the full picture, but God simply asks us to follow Him by taking the next step.
The model of the early church is essential in these days that we live in, the LIFE came through his WORD and his SPIRIT and still does!
We recognise the call to go, locally, regionally, nationally and internationally and the message that we believe God wants to bring to us has this at its heart.
We begin 2020 with a focus on prayer and intimacy with God:
‘My Lord and My God’
Manchester Teaching Mornings
Saturdays 10am – 1pm
February 29th – Daniel
March 21st – David – the Psalms
April 18th – Jesus – John’s Gospel
Refreshments are provided. A free will offering will be taken to cover expenses and for the ongoing work of The Way of the Spirit.
Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another…and all the more as we see the Day approaching.
Kewal and Joy Dass
Please contact us for details of where we meet.