#PRAYLONDON acts a catalyst to unite the church in prayer in Jesus’ name during a major crisis in our capital.
A PRAYER FOR OUR CITY
In response to the current coronavirus pandemic, PrayLondon have created a prayer song for you and your church to use in prayer over your city. Please watch below, pray and share
PRAYING FOR AN END TO THE CORONAVIRUS
PRAYING FOR LONDON
The Sunday evening prayer gatherings during lockdown provided a great opportunity to gather together and intentionally pray for London during the height of the Cornoavirus outbreak.
Join us 8-9pm on Sunday 6th September for prayer and live worship.
OTHER WAYS TO BE PRAYING
Below are some prayer initaitves you may be interested in, set up by our partners and friends to pray during the Coronavirus. pandemic
London Prayer has launched a prayer line which is a single point of contact for those wanting to regularly pray for London’s NHS and for staff in the NHS to share prayer points.
Message 07857 051229 to join in
This number must be added to your contacts to receive prayer updates
Between April and June, all Christian denominations, churches and networks are invited to unite in an ongoing daily prayer chain for healing, restoration and revival. Please choose a day or an hour when you or your church will pray. Further details can be found at unitedinprayer.co.uk
Uniting churches, pastors, leaders, and individuals across the globe to pray daily at 7:14 for a miraculous healing of our lands from the coronavirus and a spiritual awakening among the nations.
Further details and resources can be found at unite714.com
Rev Les Isaac shares his heart behind the #PrayLondon initiative.
"2017 was a very eventful year for London. Out of that came a sense that the walls of the city were breached and in need of a spiritual covering."
THE STORY SO FAR...
After the terrorist attacks and Grenfell Tower fire in 2017, Les Isaac (Ascension Trust) brought some key London leaders together and a strong desire was expressed to raise the visibility and strategy of Christian prayer across London.
An emergency prayer response plan (#PRAYLONDON) was developed to help connect and inform Christians praying across the city of the latest crisis needs from local churches on the ground and formal response teams, and to encourage the Church as we stand together in prayer. We share these prayer points via our mailing list. Please sign up below to recieve these emails.
The #PRAYLONDON team have also gathered twice a year with church leaders and intercessors from across the city to cover issues such as Brexit’s impact on London and Knife Crime.