Pray Together Sunday is a simple opportunity for churches to join with others across the country and ask God for the same thing: that we would be people who love God and love others well. Will your church participate in 2020 (exact date TBD)?
Love God. Love Others.
“Jesus replied: ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: Love your neighbor as yourself.'” Many of us know these verses by heart. But have these words of Jesus transformed our lives? Do we love God with all of our hearts, souls and minds? Do we love our neighbors as we love ourselves?
“Love God. Love Others.” is theme of the Pray Together Sunday. Participating churches will focus their prayer time on loving God and loving others, and will join with churches all across the country who are reading the same verses and praying along similar themes.
Together we will pray that we will become people who love God and love others well. This will transform our lives and our communities for God’s glory and our good.
Get Your Free Resources
This free, downloadable bulletin insert is designed for use by your church on Pray Together Sunday on July 7, 2019. Download the bulletin insert.
We created some graphics for you to share on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or other social media accounts as you garner interest in Pray Together Sunday among those in your church and community. Download a zip file with social cards.
Non-exclusive, ready-to-use radio spots will available in English and Spanish for radio networks to spread the word about Pray Together Sunday. Coming soon!
In Today’s Conversation podcast, NAE President Leith Anderson and Daniel Henderson, president of Strategic Renewal, talk about Prayer in America — What’s Happening and What Should We Do. Listen in.
Amen: The Prayer App
Amen: The Prayer App is an interactive way to share prayer requests and pray for others right in your own community. Post a prayer request from your mobile device, desktop computer or the iOS app, then wait for notifications that you’re being prayed for by others.
Spread the Word
Help us spread the word about Pray Together Sunday by sharing with other pastors and churches in your community and network.