‘To get our nations back on their feet, we must first get down on our knees.’ Billy Graham.
Prayer has power to change everything. From Monday 17 May – Saturday 22 May join us in crying out in prayer for Cardiff, Wales, and revival across the UK.
Cardiff Prayer Week runs from 17 to 22 May and there will be a Prayer Room open from 8am to 9pm each day held at Llandaff North Christian Centre. Anyone is welcome throughout the day to come and pray in the room (at a maximum of 15 adults at one time).
In addition, we will have leaders from around Cardiff leading sessions at 8am and 8pm each day. These can be attended in person or watched live on the Message Wales Facebook page. Please see below for the full programme.
So, whether you’re based in Wales or further afield, put the dates in your diary and stand with us as we lift up one voice to God for his breakthrough.
Each morning (8am) and evening (8pm) we’ll be led in prayer (online and in person) by different leaders across Cardiff. Information about who will be running meetings is available below. This is being continually updated so do keep checking back for the latest information.
Whilst the prayer room is open to everyone all week, Covid-19 guidelines mean that places at each morning and evening meeting are limited. You can book your free place at these meetings below.
Morning – David Clague, House of Prayer @ Bethania: Book your place
Evening – Math Hopkins, Thornhill Church: Book your place
Morning – Rev Lesley Lawrence, Church of the Resurrection, St Melons: Book your place
Evening – Owen Cottam, Grace Church Cardiff: Book your place
Morning – Mat Walls, Message Wales: Book your place
Morning – Mark Simpson, Citizen Church: Book your place
Evening – Paul Francis, Glenwood Church: Book your place
Morning – Simon Walker, Emmanual Church: Book your place
Evening – Sian Rees, Evangelical Alliance, Wales: Book your place
Morning – Firestarters Wales: Book your place
Evening – Steve Gibson, City Church Cardiff: Book your place
How It Works
Our prayer room will be open throughout the prayer week, and we do hope you can join us.
There are three ways you can get involved:
- Come along to the prayer any day from 8am – 9pm. The room will be running inline with the latest Covid guidelines which allow up to 15 people in the room at any one time. Staff will always be onsite to ensure the room is operating safely for anyone who comes along.
- Be in the room for our live prayer meetings. Join us as we’re led in prayer by some of our city’s leaders.
- Login online. If you’re not able to make it down to prayer room for the live sessions, you can still log in and join us on the Message Wales Facebook page.