By the tender mercy of our God, the dawn from on high will break upon us to give light to those who sit in darkness and in the shadow of death, to guide our feet into the way of peace.
Zechariah (father of John the Baptist), filled with the Holy Spirit, praised his God whose presence and power was breaking forth in his life. Please join us at a prayer breakfast for Catholic men of the Archdiocese of St. Louis where we will share together in the spirit of gratitude and praise of God. After the breakfast meal there will be an opportunity to hear one man’s experience of the transforming love of Christ in his own life and a time of prayer for the needs of all present.
Please plan to attend the next prayer breakfast:
Date: Saturday, February 23, 2019
Speaker: Tom Bayer - About Our Speaker
Time: 8:30 am Registration, 9am – 12pm Breakfast & Speaker
Place: NEW LOCATION: Ebo Room at the Cardinal Rigali Center -
20 Archbishop May Dr 63119
Mailer - Zech Feb 23
Flier - Zech Feb 23 Flier
FUTURE DATES for 2019: June 29th - Rick Hermann, Oct 26th - Fr. Tom Santen
PLEASE RESERVE a place for the breakfast by Feb 20 by calling Gary Whitlock 636-296-2903 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org OR calling the Catholic Renewal Center at (314) 731-6100, emailing email@example.com or
Payment can be made prior to the breakfast at registration or checks may be sent ahead made out to CRC and mailed to Zechariah/Catholic Renewal Center 1406 S. Sappington Road, Crestwood MO 63126.
To save money, no tickets are printed or mailed out. Reservations will be confirmed by phone or email as you indicate at time of reservation. Please contact us 24 hours ahead if you cannot fulfill your reservation. Space is limited so placement will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER:
TOM BAYER can often be seen helping at registration or with the prayer ministry at Zechariah. He is the Jonah Prayer Coordinator at St. Anthony Parish and a lifetime member of the Knights of Columbus. He serves at the Catholic Renewal Center in conference planning and in the Healing & Deliverance Ministry. Tom shares a powerful testimony of ex-tended healing after he was shot twice as a Marine in Vietnam in 1968. During his initial two years of treatment (35 operations!) his medical chances to live were estimated at one in a thousand. Intercessory prayer for him through his home community began his healing. He encountered healing ministry prayer in 1993 and grace began to multiply. His wife Emily, five daughters, eleven grandkids, and all of us at Zechariah are very grateful for his continuing miracle story.