Our Presiding Bishop’s Call to Friday Prayer

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

II Chronicles 7:14

Our world is in a crisis; we are facing a plague of epic proportions.  Our Presiding Bishop Charles Edward Blake, Sr. has called the Prayer Warriors of the Church of God In Christ to fast and pray each Friday. Join millions of saints nationwide for 12 hours each Friday as we seek the face of our God: and have faith that He will change things.

FAST

Fasting and consecration is essential in order to bring us closer to God.  Please limit or eliminate certain foods, practices, and habits on this day, in order to create clarity and to hear God’s voice more clearly.  Increase water intake.

INDIVIDUAL PRAYER

As the chosen army of the Lord, it is essential that we use our weapon of prayer to ask God for His healing, for His deliverance, and for His forgiveness.  Please set aside time for individual prayer and communion with the Lord.

CORPORATE PRAYER

To join the Church of God In Christ National Friday Prayer Initiative where you can pray with others nationwide, please click the button below to go to COGIC.org.  Here you can sign up to participate in the Prayer Initiative, access the interactive prayer map, hear additional messages from our COGIC leaders and more.

PRAYER CALL

Please join Pastors and Prayer Warriors from across the nation on the West Angeles Prayer Ministry‘s

Prayer Call Line

Monday – Friday

12:00 Noon – 1:00 PM

Call

(425) 436 – 6329

Access Code: 329781#

Watch the video message from our Presiding Bishop below:

Why We Must Fast

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Today, the need for prayer and fasting is more important than ever. Our world is in a crisis: we are facing a viral epidemic, political strife, violence, injustice, immorality. If we are to hear from God, then prayer, fasting, and consecration is necessary in order to bring us closer to Him. To Pray means to speak to God; it is an act of worship.