THE WATCH 

Become the city of a

thousand prayer meetings.​​

The Church in each local metropolitan-area is made up of all those saved by the wild & scandalous grace of God.  The Watch invites all the individuals who make up the Church in each metro-city to band together in groups of all kinds to pray bold, unified, Christ-centered prayers for soul & city transformation. ​​

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    YOU DECIDE WHO

    Groups can be made up of: family, friends, co-workers, campus & student groups, cohorts, entire churches, church small groups, bible-study groups, para-church orgs,  intercessory and prayer groups & orgs, city transformation networks, missions orgs, businesses, marketplace affinity & civic groups, non-profits  &  more. 

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    YOU DECIDE HOW

    Groups can be any age, any kind, and any size more than one person.

    • Groups can pray together in person, together on the phone, or together online.​ 

    • Participants can pray according to their own faith-culture, or church traditions.

    • You can designate your group as private or public so others know whether or not they're welcome to join in.

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    YOU DECIDE WHEN

    Groups can tailor how often they commit to meet together to pray & can also tailor the length of the prayer times they commit to. 

      Days:

    • Quarterly, Bi-monthly,  Monthly,  Bi-weekly, Weekly, Daily.

      Lengths​:

    • 120+, 90-120, 60-90. 45-60, 30-45, 15-30, 5-15minute time-slots.​

     

    You get the drift.

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    UNITY AROUND THEMES

    We'll provide unifying prayer themes, stats around the issues, inspiration to pray through them, & a few ways to become the answer to some of those prayers locally.

    Some City Prayer Themes:

    MOUNTAINS: The Church. Family. Education. Government. Business. Media,  Entertainment & Arts.

    VALLEYS: The lost, the poor, the marginalized, the vulnerable, the imprisoned, inequities, & crime issues that plague the local front.

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 THE Walks 

 THE Weeks 

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