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Join our Day of Prayer on Friday 24 April

Elim's National Leadership Team are calling the Elim movement to prayer with a special Day of Prayer on Friday 24 April.

It was encouraging to see the incredible engagement in prayer as people from across the nations joined in Elim’s Good Friday Day of Prayer.

We recognise our faith and trust is in God and that He is calling us to pray intentionally and intensively during this period of continued national emergency.

So Elim's National Leadership Team are asking you to again join the Elim global family on Friday 24 April for a time of prayer.

Good Friday saw the highest recorded death toll in the UK thus far. There is no doubt that we are in the midst of a battle. As we pray, we seek to gather our strength and faith and to pray fervently to push back the darkness and for His kingdom to come.

As well as praying at home throughout the day, you can join us on Elim's Facebook Live at 9 am and 6 pm. We look forward to bringing our prayers together for the healing of our people and our land.

Download prayer resources for the Day of Prayer

To help you pray during the day, we have produced a prayer guide and some fun activities for reading the Lord's Prayer together at midday. These are available here.

Join us on Facebook Live

On Friday 24 April, we will gather together live online using the Elim Pentecostal Facebook page to engage the Elim Movement in prayer. Each prayer session will last for about 15 minutes, so join us on Friday on Facebook at 9 am and 6 pm for a time of united prayer.

Please join in at 9am where Chris Cartwright will be leading us in prayer.

At 6pm Steve Ball will be leading us in prayer with communion. We encourage everyone to have their own communion prepared at home, using the most suitable food/drink available.

Also, we encourage you to say the Lord's Prayer at midday. In our prayer guide, we've included 3 different ways to do this which you might like to consider using.

Missed the Good Friday Facebook Live videos?

The four live stream prayer videos from Good Friday are available below to watch on-demand.

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