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UK towns and cities join together in national prayer event

On Sunday 24th May 2020, villages, towns and cities across the UK will join together for Movement Day UK – a national prayer event for the UK being hosted live on Facebook and YouTube.

Christians from all traditions will be joining together from their homes across the country, asking God to move in the nation and transform our towns and cities.

Roger Sutton, who leads “Gather”,  a national network of missional unity movements across the UK, is excited to be calling the nation to prayer.

“It is time for our cities to stand together, in unity, and ask God to move across our nation.”

The prayer event will take place on Sunday 24th May, 8pm-9:30pm, live on Facebook and YouTube via the following links:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/movementdayuk/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZy2R9x1R9E1HKrjpO93Ylg

 




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