THE weather may have been changeable but Pembrokeshire was recently saturated in prayer, according to Pastor Rob James of Pembroke.

"All of those involved in the latest Korean Prayer Mission have been overwhelmed by their passion and commitment" said Rob.

"They have prayed in all sorts of places, including lots of churches, including all-night sessions in St Mary's Pembroke and St Giles Letterston.

“They have prayed on the streets, on the coastal path, and, to our huge delight, in St David's Cathedral itself.

“I am so grateful to them and to all who have helped and embraced their fervent fellowship so lovingly. We look forward to next year's mission with huge anticipation but feel confident that we will have experienced many answers to their prayers before that. And it is exciting to know that what happened here was replicated in some 20 other places throughout the UK.

"I can assure you that our final rally in central London was the experience of a lifetime. It helps you understand why the church has grown so amazingly in South Korea over the last 100 years.

“It gets me excited about our future too. We will be producing a newsletter which will contain the highlights of the national mission and I would be very happy to share it with anyone who might be interested. And, of course, I can be contacted on"