Ser­vice for young­ster

Accrington Observer - - NEWS -

A MID­NIGHT ser­vice has been held in sup­port of Char­lie Proc­ter and his fam­ily as parish­ioners also be­gin 40 days of prayer and joint fast­ing.

Dozens of peo­ple gath­ered at Holy Trin­ity Free Church in Oswaldtwistle at mid­night on Fri­day, Oc­to­ber 19, for a candlelight ser­vice.

The Brave Church in Oswaldtwistle have also be­gun 40 days of prayer and fast­ing to ‘lift him and his amaz­ing fam­ily up to God’.

A spokesper­son said: “We’re pray­ing for a mir­a­cle. We’d love it if every­one could do at least a day over the next 40 (Oc­to­ber 18 to Novem­ber 26).

“If you would like to be a part of fast­ing over the next 40 days, please email us at hello@bravechurch. co.uk to let us know which days you will be do­ing, we want to make sure each day is cov­ered.”

Be­fore the fundrais­ing ap­peal was can­celled friends of Char­lie Proc­ter’s fam­ily at­tended the Brooks Club in Ac­cring­ton for a su­per­hero and princess party.

Or­gan­iser Lau­ren Gard­ner, from Oswaldtwistle, went to school with Am­ber and said the fancy dress event in­cluded a DJ, face paint­ing and a raf­fle with more than 60 prizes do­nated from lo­cal busi­nesses.

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