What is World Day of Prayer?
Informed Prayer. Prayerful Action. Imagine Christians from over 170 countries coming together in spirit, uniting on a common day to pray for relevant issues affecting women and children. This is a reality: the movement has been active for nearly 100 years. Each year, a different country writes the service materials. The World Day of Prayer is generally celebrated on the first Friday of March. This year (2023), the writing country is Taiwan:“I have heard about your faith” based on Ephesians 1: 15-19. Keep reading for content on World Day of Prayer in Canada, Past Celebrations and Festival Days...FIND OUT MORE
How to Coordinate
Click here for more information about participating. Current Service Coordinators: please login at the top right of the WICC website. Once you have registered you will see the background information, artwork and other materials to help you prepare for this year's World Day of Prayer celebration. So, how does the World Day of Prayer unfold? Here's a quick outline...FIND OUT MORE
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