Friday Fire! are nights of corporate praise and worship, hosted jointly by Healing Rooms Scotland and Glasgow Prophetic Centre.
Everyone is welcome, whatever your background!
We have no agenda, except to exalt Jesus Christ and expect the impossible. We join together to allow the Holy Spirit to have His way in the midst of us.
Since April 2013, hundreds have gathered, from all sorts of different church backgrounds, on the last Friday of the month, for extended times of passionate, intimate worship of the King of Kings. Steven Anderson (Healing Rooms) and Emma Stark (Glasgow Prophetic Centre) have shared inspiring and encouraging words and activations. Prophetic words, words of knowledge and visions have been shared and we have received a number of testimonies of verified healings.
After a successful launch in Spring 2013, Friday Fire! resumes in August and will continue on the last Friday of the month, except December.
Friday 30th August 2013 at 7pm (Partick Burgh Halls)
Friday 27th September 2013 at 7pm (Partick Burgh Halls)
Friday 25th October 2013 at 7pm (venue tbc)
Friday 29th November 2013 at 7pm (venue tbc)
The Venue – August & September
Due to the refurbishment of the Couper Institute, August and September’s Friday Fire! will be in Partick Burgh Halls.
Partick Burgh Halls
9 Burgh Hall Street
Burgh Hall Street is just off Dumbarton Road, near the cricket ground. Heading west along Dumbarton Road, away from the city, you take a right up Fortrose Street and then left into Burgh Hall Street. (Fortrose Street is 5 or 6 streets after Byres Road but a couple before Crow Road). There should be on-street parking in the local streets and in the area behind the Underground/Train station.
Public Transport: The best way to reach Partick Burgh Hall is by train or subway to Partick. Both stations are in the same complex and the Hall is only a minute’s walk away. There are also lots of bus routes along Dumbarton Road.
The Venue (NOT August/September 2013)
The venue is the 600-capacity Couper Institute on Clarkston Road on the southside of Glasgow. It’s easy to get to by train (Cathcart station), bus (Route 66) or car (parking on street). If you were ever at the old Healing Rooms venue of Cathcart Baptist Church you would have been close by – the Couper Institute is beside Cathcart Trinity Church of Scotland.