Youth ministries across the UK are empowering the next generation towards prayer and outreach, by mobilising 10,000 young people to join the 80,000 coming to the National Day of Prayer and Worship at Wembley Stadium September 29, 2012.
One of the key youth movements heading up this campaign is Urban Saints:
“We are seeking to work alongside all national youth organisations, denominations and festivals to invite young people to be UNITED at Wembley. We believe that God has mandated us to carry a vision for revival and to call the youth of our nation to rise up to what God is calling them to at this time,” said Phil Hulks Cluster Development Director for Urban Saints.
One of the partners already supporting the UNITED youth initiative towards Wembley is Hope Revolution, which is the youth stream of HOPE Together.
Their director Phil Timson believes Wembley 2012 will build a key foundation for future mission the UK.
“HOPE Together is building towards a massive year of mission in 2014 and we see Wembley 2012 as a fantastic opportunity of bringing young people together from right across the nation to be used by God as agents of change.”
Another main supporter of mobilising young people to come to Wembley 2012 is Soul Survivor.
“We believe very strongly in the power of young Christians uniting in prayer. Therefore we stand united with other youth movements to encourage this generation to gather at Wembley to pray and worship together and then go back to their homes to do the stuff!” said Soul Survivor co-founder and leader Mike Pilavachi.
Already that vision is starting to be fulfilled as many young people are being inspired to come to Wembley 2012. Pastor Jonathan Oloyede and the GDOP team were in Portsmouth at the International Fellowship of Christian Students this past weekend, where hundreds upon hundreds of young people from UK universities were invited to Wembley 2012.
You can follow the UNITED youth campaign via Facebook:
Register today at www.gdoplondon.com
Christians are being encouraged to start mobilising their congregations to get involved in the National Day of Prayer and Worship by:
Informing every church member of the event and encouraging them to register their attendance as soon as possible at: www.gdoplondon.com
Appointing Wembley 2012 ambassadors, who will book coaches to bring down their entire churches for the event.
The organisers are seeking Village, Town and City Ambassadors who will stand on behalf of their region at Wembley.
Praying the Lord’s Prayer at noon every day.
Making a donation at www.gdoplondon.com
Dr Jonathan Oloyede: 08456 528 600 / 07956 237 266
Kim Dopson, GDOP Executive Administrator: 08456 528 600
The Global Day of Prayer London (GDOP) is a movement of collaboration across the Christian Church in the capital towards Unity, Prayer and Transformation, and is part of a global network which began in South Africa at the turn of the Millennium. In 2009 over 250 million Christians united in 220 countries to pray. In London, GDOP has been a focus of prayer and Christian action since 2006 with prayer networks now in every London borough. West Ham Stadium 07, Millwall Football Stadium in 2008 and West Ham stadium in 2010 saw a combined attendance of 40,000 Christians attending.
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