Welcome to Women's World Day Of Prayer
I’m delighted to welcome you to our website where you can find out about your local Day of Prayer service, the origins and history of the Day of Prayer, themes, resources and so much more. As you browse through the different sections you will realise why so many people find the website a great resource and wealth of information. In six months, the site received over 20,000 visits, from countries including Australia, China, Spain and the Czech Republic. A warm welcome to you all.
The Day of Prayer service for 2015 has been written by the Christian women of The Bahamas. Although written by women, all are invited. Increasingly men and children are participating. Over 36 hours, 170 countries will have taken part. In England, Wales and Northern Ireland over 5,000 services will be held, focusing on the theme of ‘Jesus said to them, “Do you know what I have done to you?”’
The Bahamas is an expanse of water with scattered islands, covering approximately 100,000 square miles of the Atlantic Ocean. You can learn all about The Bahamas and not only from the tourist’s point of view!
The WWDP’s magazine, Together in Prayer, is full of information, photographs, a prayer focus and free inserts. We also publish a CD Rom, a music cd, materials for the service and children’s materials. You can find these resources on the web site with details of how you can obtain them.
Throughout the years we have been promoting the Movement and look forward to the day when more people are aware of the WWDP motto, “informed prayer, prayerful action” for it is only when we have knowledge and understanding that we are able
to pray with authority.
Thanks to Footprint Innovations who run our site
and to Anthea Allan our web-site editor.
Chairperson, National Committee for England,
Wales and Northern Ireland