Throughout our years in WEC ministry in Senegal and Northern Ireland, my husband and I were supported in prayer by WEC prayer groups all over the UK. For us, being part of a WEC prayer group is an opportunity to both pray regularly for others within WEC and to share life with those who still pray faithfully for our family.
Around fifteen of us meet monthly in our local prayer group. The format is simple: a visiting missionary may focus our attention on a country or ministry and bring specific prayer requests, or we may gain prayer points from WEC’s publications. Then we pray, asking for God’s will to be done in the earthly situations we’re praying for. At the end of the evening, we stay together for supper and chat. Bonds formed through praying together are strong and precious. I’m glad this habit of meeting together to pray for WEC continues to be part of my life. Some habits are really worth keeping!
WEC has 108 prayer groups in the UK and Ireland. Get in touch with your local WEC Rep if you would like to join one.
Find out more about our Prayer ministry
“We think of prayer as a preparation for work, or a calm after having done work, whereas prayer is the essential work. It is the supreme activity of everything that is noblest in our personality.” Oswald Chambers
Prayer is absolutely vital to WEC’s ministry. You can join us in this essential work by becoming part of a WEC prayer group, receiving WEC Pray.
WEC Pray is WEC’s monthly prayer guide, full of material to inspire you and enable you to pray for the nations in an informed way. To subscribe please emial firstname.lastname@example.org.
WEC UK also has a daily feed on the PrayerMate App. Click here to subscribe.
For personal study Dynamic Prayer from our Trekking Deeper series is available online here.
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