roadHoG Out and About Again!
This evening Monday 6th July, coinciding with the opening of restaurants and cafes, saw the restart of the roadHoG bus’ community visits.
7pm the bus arrived and spray chalk lines for social distancing put outside. We are pleased to report that we had 1 young person at the Tunnard Street car park at 7:15 and 16 young people at the Queen of Spades Car Park on Woad Farm at 8:15.
It was a cracking evening! At this stage of the lock down and as a nation we stay alert to control the virus, no young people are allowed in the bus, but the young people were happy to chill outside and chat, drink free hot chocolate and chat to our small team.
We gave to each young person a card with the details of our online prayer room and our website address. It was lovely to chat to the kids and hear about their stories of lock-down and home study.
One young person, saw the bus driving around the town in the afternoon and checked out the website before telling their pals. Quite a few commented on how much they had missed being on the bus and meeting up. 8:45 the bus had to leave, so we said a the GRACE prayer together and look forward to seeing them in two weeks.
Thanks for praying for the young people of Boston Town and the surrounding villages in a time of big uncertainty for them. Pray that their eyes may open to see that God not only cares for them, but still has a plan for their lives that hasn’t changed just because of COVID-19. Pray for wisdom for the Management group as they manage and develop the unlocking of roadHoG and us all remaining alert.
The bus is next out on Wednesday 8th July at Fishtoft and Butterwick. Then out Tuesday 14th at the Baptist Church Car Park and Sibsey and Thursday 16th at Kirton and Swineshead. Please check out our bus timetable.