A call to prayer on Friday 13 November 2020

A national day of prayer has been announced which will see Christians and churches uniting in prayer for our communities across the nations.

This special prayer day has been initiated by the Evangelical Alliance and, in partnership with many denominations and church networks, we are calling the whole Elim movement to unite in prayer for our communities during this ongoing crisis.

Elim churches across the nations are already be praying regularly into the situation, as we have become so stirred by the growing evidence of God moving us into a fresh place of faith for a breakthrough. On this national day of prayer, we can join with other churches and Christians across the UK, coming together in one Spirit, to call on the One who saves to bring light in dark places, to be the hope to the nations, to bring healing to our lands. 

Online prayer event

As well as encouraging us to pray throughout the day, Elim Prayer will bring the Elim movement together online on Friday 13 November from 7pm to 8pm to raise up one voice in prayer.

This one-hour prayer event will include special guests from different locations who will lead our prayers for the diverse range of communities in which we live. We will also be joined by Elim Sound to lead us in worship throughout the evening and you can download the ‘Call to prayer’ graphics to help promote the event.

Unite together in prayer

In these challenging times, when all of us may have felt stretched, it is vital that we position ourselves humbly, but boldly in Christ and press into Him for fresh anointing for the days ahead.

We have the opportunity to pray for and demonstrate courage, compassion and radical love in action for our communities, leaders and nations. In this build-up to Christmas, a time that is so significant to all of us, let us pray that the people of God are full of hope, love, light and life.

Join with the whole Elim movement on Friday 13 November from 7pm  to 8pm live on YouTube at elim.org.uk/youtube or Facebook at elim.org.uk/facebook. Both streams will have live chat to interact and share your prayers as we unite together in prayer.