Stir the Fire 8x4 Landscape v1 

The Revd Bill Phares, a Methodist minister from Alabama, along with his wife Laura,
responded to God’s call to come and pray for God to stir the fire again in the UK.
They prayedat numerous historic Methodist sites,
and invited others, especially Methodists, to participate. 
Bill writes: 
I don't know who will read this but I am specifically writing this to Methodist Christians who are concerned about the future of our denomination. I believe we have been discussing the issues dividing us and missing the simple reason for our dilemma. We have become a mini version of our country; "us against them." This is not a conservative versus liberal issue. This is not a "we are right" and "you are wrong" problem. This is not an evangelicals against progressives fight.

"For we are not contending against flesh and blood..." We are spinning our wheels and have missed the entire reason for the conundrum. Ours is a spiritual conflict and can only be addressed corporately. The source of our division is principalities, powers, world rulers of this present darkness, spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places. I am calling on our Bishops across the denomination to lead our annual conferences in praying against these principalities in the name of Jesus. Together we can take back our denomination and experience unity in the bond of love. We cannot afford to wait but rather advance in unified spiritual warfare on behalf of our beloved church.

Bill has recored several 50-second videos about the power and presence of God in the meetings of John Wesley, to watch them visit Bill Phares on YouTube 



1 - Tue - 6:00 pm leave Alabama (Birmingham)

2 - Wed - 10:45 am Bill & Laura arrive in London

3 - Thu - Wesley sites in London:
         10:00am Wesley’s Chapel  49 City Road
         10:10am Bunhill Fields Burial Ground  38 City Road
         10:20am Whitefield’s Tabernacle site  Tabernacle Street and Leonard Street (corner)
         10:40am  Foundery site  Tabernacle Street
         10:50am Finsbury Square  Finsbury Square Moorfields
         11:15am  John Bray’s House site  5 Little Britain, Aldersgate Street
         11:30am Wesley’s conversion plaque  Nettleton Court, Aldersgate Street
         11:45am St. Bartholomew Parish Church  Cloth Fair, Barbican, London
         1:00pm Fetter Lane Chapel, Fetter Lane, London EC4A 1BX
         1:35pm West Street Chapel, 26 West Street,London WC2H 9NA 

4 - Fri - Bath & Bristol
        2:00pm Nexus Methodist Church  Nelson Place East Bath BA1 5DA
        3:00pm Whitefield Tabernacle Trust, near Kingswood BS15 2HR

5 - Sat - Cornwall - 5 March is St Piran's Day - the Patron Saint of Cornwall
       10:30am Gwennap Pit, Cornwall TR16 5HH
       12:30pm Wesley's Cottage, Trewint, Cornwall PL15 7TG
6 - Sun - Bristol:
         11:00am Freedom Church, Kingswood, Bristol, with Pastor David Hull BS15 8DB
         2:00pm Hanham Mount, Mount Hill Road, Gunning Close, Hanham BS15 8QT
         3:00pm Charles Wesley’s House, 4 Charles Street, Bristol BS1 3NN
         3:30pm New Room, Broadmead Courtyard, 36 The Horsefair, Bristol  BS1 3EE (prayer infront)
         7:00pm MET Online Prayer Meeting

7 - Mon - Bristol:
         1:00pm Pill Monument, where Wesley sent off Coke & Asbury to the New World
         2:00pm Devauden Village Green  Devauden Village Green, Wales
8 - Tue - 
         9:00am Mow Cop Methodist Chapel, Primitive Street, Mow Cop ST7 sNH
         9:30am Mow Cop Castle, Camp Meetings site, ST7 3PA           
         10:15am Christ Church Macclesfield, Bridge Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 6EG
         11:45am Todmorden Edge Farm, Parkin Lane, Todmorden OL14 7JF
         1:00pm Halifax, Heptonstall Octagonal Chapel, Northgate, Hebden Bridge HX7 7ND

9 - Wed -
         10:30am Duke Street ,Whitehaven, Cumbria CA28 7EU
         Glasgow - site seeing

10 - Thu -

11 - Fri -  
        10:00am Dunbar Methodist Church, 10 Victoria Street, Dunbar, East Lothian
        12:15pm Wesley Square, Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3DY
        2:00pm Yarm Octagonal Chapel, Off High Street, Yarm Stockton-on-Tees TS15 9AJ
        2:45pm Osmotherly Chapel, Chapel Passage, Osmotherley, Nr Northallerton DL6 3AA
        4:45pm Tomb of Samuel Wesley, Church Street, Epworth DN9 1ER

12- Sat -  
        9:00am The Market Cross, Queen Street, Epworth
        9:30am Epworth Old Rectory, 1 Rectory Street, Epworth DN9 1HX
       12:00noon Asbury’s Cottage, Newton Road, Great Barr, Sandwell, West Midlands
       1:30pm High Bullen, Wednesbury Church Hill, High Bullen, Wednesbury
       3:30pm St Mary's Church, Fleet Marston, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP18 0PU

13 - Sun -
        10:00am Wesley Memorial Church, New Inn Hall Street, Oxford OX1 2DH
        10:30am Christ Church, University of Oxford, St Aldates, Oxford
        11:00 Lincoln College University of Oxford, Turl Street, Oxford
        11;15am University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford High St/A420
        12:00noon Unlocked - Oxford Castle, 44-46 Oxford Castle, Oxford OX1 1AY

14 - Mon - Sightseeing in the UK.       

         London overnight

15 - Tue - 1:55pm Leave Heathrow, 10:50pm arrive in Alabama (Birmingham)