Prayer in the Park(s)

Prayer in the Park(s)

Micro Gatherings, Sunday, June 6 at 2 pm

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“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 in Christ, we form one body (Rom 12:5). Come and seek the Lord for renewal in the […]

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~Enter His gates with Thanksgiving and His Courts with Praise. ~Pray for a habitation of God in our region and renewal in our churches. ~Pray for right relations among the citizens of Waterloo Region. ~Pray that the Holy Spirit will speak to us and lead us. ~Pray that we will make every effort to keep […]

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You’re invited to grab some friends and family, head to a park near you and pray. Turn on the video to be led through the time of prayer, along with people from all across the Region. The Prayer in the Park(s) video will premiere at 2 pm on Sunday, June 6. The video will also […]

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Annually on the First Sunday of June

Micro Gatherings, covering our Region in Prayer

Thank you for joining in prayer.

We are looking forward to covering Waterloo Region in prayer from park to park to park on the afternoon of Sunday, June 6.

Please grab some friends and family (up to the public outdoor gathering limit) and head to a park near you to join with others from all across the Region and pray. A video to lead us as we pray will premiere on YouTube at 2 pm, but it will also be available to download beforehand to use anytime and without mobile data.

See how you can participate and help cover Waterloo Region in Prayer. How will we know what God is calling us to do, unless we ask? We want to see the Power of God transform Waterloo Region.

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. This year we cannot Connect in one location, but we can still pray in unity. Unity 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 and that unity is not impacted by social distancing. 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.

A huge thanks to our partners at Faith FM and Kingdom Insight TV