Sunday 17th November will be the Neighbourhood Prayer Network's first ever 'Neighbourhood Sunday'. Click here to read how you can get involved.
Since 2012, the Neighbourhood Prayer Network has been calling Christians to
look at how they can pray for, care with and share the Gospel, as
appropriate in their neighbourhoods.
According to 2011 statistics, there are 260,000 streets in the UK, and that
number is set to rise. Since it's launch, the Neighbourhood Prayer Network
has seen over 5,600 streets committed to prayer.
Alongside this, in 2017, 5 Christian ministries came together to found
Faith in Later Life, which is seeking to empower Christians to engage with
older people, both inside and outside the church.
Through, it's activities directory, Faith in Later Life has seen over 2,300
projects added to its list to enable people to serve the community. The
directory includes lunch clubs and other groups.
Recently, the Neighbourhood Prayer Network and Faith in Later Life joined
together are delighted to be working together to invite churches on Sunday
17th November 2019 to join with us in praying for our neighbours as part of
the first Neighbour Sunday.
Jesus said, we must love our neighbours as ourselves. That's a bold
challenge, but one we must step up to.
We are delighted that our former party leader, Tim Farron has offered a
prayer and endorsement to the campaign, which as LDCF we would encourage
you to support.
Perhaps, this Neighbour Sunday, you could start praying for those who live
around you? We are delighted to have the endorsement of this work from some
amazing people who believe in the power of praying for the streets.
Look at our FREE resources and register what you are doing!
This might be the start of seeing your community changed.
To find out more and register, visit: