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Churches Together England — Prayers of Hope every Sunday at 7.00 pm

During the Coronavirus crisis thousands of Christians across Britain are praying together at 7.00 pm every Sunday evening. This began on Sunday 22 March after the Presidents of Churches Together in England issued a joint call to prayer. The response was phenomenal.

St Paul tells us to pray continually. However, it helps to know that others are also praying at a specific time, so we encourage you to pray at 7.00 pm on Sunday evening. If you want to join in online prayer, there are two options of which Churches Together England are aware of:

�€� Premier radio: Prayers of Hope service at 7.00 pm on Sundays
�€� Baptists Together are broadcasting at 7.00 pm on Sundays (and Wednesdays)

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