Where Two or More are Gathered Anything is Possible

Wednesday, February 14th, 2018 at 7:30 pm ET, join Supernatural Girlz host Patricia Baker and co-host PK for an exceptional non-denominational prayer circle.  Patricia Kirkman, Psychic/Medium George Lugo and Clairvoyant Patricia Baker will offer powerful prayers from the SOURCE for our listeners.

PK will offer numerological insight for each person requesting a prayer, and George Lugo will offer his insights from the other side.

Get ready for an exciting 90 minutes of Spirit connection that will be sent worldwide.


Prayer Circle | Where Two or More are Gathered Anything is Possible

A prayer circles is most simply where participants join hands in a literal circle of prayer, often as part of a vigil. Informal prayer circles have been practiced for centuries. Their recent resurgence in popularity is frequently attributed to their use in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal movement. Similarly, amongst North American and specifically Native American Catholics, prayer circles have formed around Kateri Tekakwitha, who was the first Native American to be beatified by the Roman Catholic Church. Tekakwitha Conference prayer circles, called Kateri Prayer Circles, have been formed on nearly all U.S. Indian Reservations. In Islam, Muslims who make the pilgrimage to Mecca will form concentric circles around the Kaaba in prayer, and these too are commonly referred to as prayer circles.

A prayer circle may also refer to some online communities where people share their thoughts and prayers with other like-minded worshippers, usually within specially-designated message board areas.

Conventional History Behind Prayer Circle

Ritual prayer in a circle around an altar is not unique to Christianity. Ritual ceremonies around an altar are common in paganism, and ritual prayer dances around an altar were practiced by early Christians, especially Gnostics, before the practice was condemned as a heresy by the Second Council of Nicaea in 787 A.D. (See Nibley, “The Early Christian Prayer Circle”, page 41.) Much later, Protestants began conducting informal prayer circles. Sometimes these communities are developed online.

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