DATE / TIME: Saturday 31st August 2019 (10am – 6pm)
VENUE: St Paul’s Church, Durnford Street, Stonehouse, Plymouth, PL1 3QR.
SCHEDULE: Click HERE to see the schedule for the day and the topics for prayer.
See more info below…
There will be a day of prayer and fasting for the UK on Saturday 31st August 2019.
The national prayer gathering is being held at Wembley, with many prayer gatherings taking place simultaneously across the UK. There will be a local gathering in Plymouth at St Paul’s Church (Durnford St, Stonehouse, PL1 3QW), organised by the Lydia Fellowship and PRAY UK.
All are welcome to join with us for the whole day from 10am until 6pm or feel free to drop in for part of the day.
On this occasion, the local gathering will take the form of a LIVE VIDEO RELAY of the national prayer gathering, which is being led by David Hathaway in conjunction with Betty King and the World Prayer Centre.
A wide range of people from various denominational backgrounds will be leading us in prayer and intercession for the UK, which will also incorporate times of praise and teaching.
The theme is ‘Gathering Together in Unity’ based on John 17 v 21…‘I pray that they will all be one, just as You and I are one.’
If you missed the last day of prayer earlier this year, you can watch it by clicking HERE.
Refreshments will be available throughout the day and there will be a break for lunch. However, if you are able, please feel free to join us in fasting for part or all of the day.
You may also like to be aware that free parking will be available at St. Georges (C of E) Primary School on Admiralty Street in Stonehouse (PL1 3RX), behind St. Paul’s Church.
If you can’t attend the local gathering in Plymouth, you can still participate in the day of prayer by watching the live relay from Wembley on Youtube.
Message from David Hathaway (Eurovision Ministries)
Britain is in crisis. Christians and Government are divided – our whole future is in question. Britain was once a godly Nation but has now turned away from God. Brexit and the Authority of the Bible have divided church and state.
Join us in unity for a Day of Prayer on Saturday 31 August 2019 at The SSE Arena, Wembley.
Psalm 133 says, ‘When Brethren dwell in unity, the Lord commands the blessing’. We can change Britain through the power of prayer when we unite in intercession.
For tickets and service times visit: www.ukdayofprayer.co.uk
Click below to read some thoughts about Brexit exploring it from a Biblical perspective: