Thank you to everyone who came to Prayer in the Park

Third Annual Prayer in the Park is Sunday, June 2, 2019

"Glorify the Lord with me; let us exalt His name together" (Ps 34:3 NIV). Prayer in the Park is an opportunity for all Christians in Waterloo Region to connect in one place and seek the Lord together for renewal in the church and the inhabitation of God's Spirit in our Region. Please join us at Prayer in the Park and together we will "Ascribe to the Lord the glory due his name" (Ps 29:2 NIV) and "Look to the Lord and His strength" (1 Chr 16:11 NIV).

God is at work in Waterloo Region. Please pray continually for His will to do be done here, as we let Him speak to our hearts to lead us and renew us. Pray that God will equip us for works of service until we reach unity in the faith, and in the knowledge of the Son of God, and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ (see Ephesians 4:11-16).

Prayer in the Park - Annually, First Sunday of June, Victoria Park, Kitchener, by the Clock Tower

Please bring a blanket or lawn chair to sit on and keep in mind parking in Kitchener is free on Sundays (see map).

What's Prayer in the Park All About?

God's call to draw His people together is clear throughout Scripture. We see it through the feasts, sacred assemblies, and times of renewal, even in the early church. Connecting in one place refreshes us and renews and reminds us we are part of the one body of Christ and God is with us. Connecting in one place is not unity, rather it is an encouragement that we already have unity. We must continually make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit, so that we can become the mature body of Christ. We are meant to be connected. We are the supporting ligaments joining the body of Christ and holding it together, as we grow and are built up in love, and each part does its work.

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How Can I Get Involved?

Most important continually pray, seek God, and listen to His leading. Please talk to everyone you know about coming together at Prayer in the Park. Talk to people personally, on social media, and in Church announcements. 

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Habitation by God

God is doing many great things here in Waterloo Region. Praise the Lord! We believe He has even more in store for us. Recently, I have been challenged and encouraged to pray not just for a visitation, but a Habitation from God. We do not want simply a season of change, but a lasting renewal.

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OUR Weekly Prayer

OUR Weekly Prayer is taking a break for the summer. Please keep praying for Oneness, Unity, and Revival/Renewal in Waterloo Region.

Intercessory Prayer for Waterloo Region

Please come and intercede in prayer for our Region. Let's press in for a break through for God's glory.

Last Saturday of the month, 9:00 am, at Lincoln Road Chapel in (145 Lincoln Road, Waterloo).

Other Regional Prayer Initiatives

2+2=More... Prayer Link
More Unity, More Power, More Impact 

The goal of the 2+2=More Prayer Link is to have every church praying for two other churches and have two churches praying for them. In 1 Corinthians 12, the Apostle Paul exhorts us that all the parts of the body should have equal concern for each other. Praying for each other is a simple and yet powerful way for churches to show concern for the other parts of the body. As we cover each other in prayer, we can expect to see more unity among churches, more of God’s power at work in our midst, and more impact for God’s glory on our Region. Each church will have the opportunity to provide two simple, yet specific ways the other churches can pray for them.

Waterloo Region Prayer Drive
Every Church praying for the same thing at the same time, expecting God to answer.

The goal of the Waterloo Region Prayer Drive is to coordinate as many churches as possible to take a set period (likely a month) of focused prayer all praying for the same regional needs and seek God for a breakthrough. Once the group of churches participating is established, representatives will go to the Regional Police and ask them what they see as the greatest needs in the Region and that is what we will pray for. The timing of the Prayer Drive will be established when the churches and prayer requests are in place. During the Prayer Drive, each church is free to pray for the requests as you see fit within your regular services, prayer meetings, and personal prayer times.

If your church is interested in participating in either of these initiatives please Contact me