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Christians around the world are signing up to take part in the first 24-hour global wave of prayer on 30 November, a day that promises to be ‘unique and purposeful’. More than half of the 42 provinces in the Anglican Communion have already pledged to join the Anglican Communion Day of Prayer and many others are expected to come on board as the day approaches. The event is being coordinated by the mission agency, USPG and calls for Christians of all walks of life to unite in praying for our world.
The day will be divided into half-hour slots which will allow people to join online prayer wherever they are in the world at whatever time suits them. The has the support of the Anglican Communion office and several Anglican agencies around the world.
USPG General Secretary, Rev’d Duncan Dormor, said, ‘We believe this is the first Global Day of Prayer of its kind and are very excited about the response we are receiving from around the world. We sense this is very timely.’
‘We saw how churches around the world went online, using technology to keep in touch and we felt we could use this growth in the virtual church to unite everyone together to pray,’ explained Rev’d Davidson Solanki, USPG’s Regional Manager for Asia and the Middle East
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