Week of Prayer 2022

Dates:   9-16 January 2022

Topic: Sabbath   

The Evangelical Alliance Week of Prayer is an old tradition: going back to the year after the launch of Evangelical Alliance in 1846.

It was one of the agreed initiatives that came out of that founding conference.

It has had major take-up in many countries in Europe for a very long time. In many of the countries of the former communist world in Europe it was the only Evangelical Alliance thing that stayed alive through the communist era…..so, even when people had heard of nothing else to do with Evangelical Alliance, they had often heard of the Week of Prayer.  It pre-dates the ecumenical ‘Week of Prayer for Christian Unity’ by about a century.

Historically it has been in the first full week of January each year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The development of this year’s WOP material has been coordinated by a project team. Members of the project team are Christian Kuhn (CH, EA Switzerland (French-speaking)) and Andi Bachmann-Roth (CH, EA Switzerland (German-speaking)).

 

The material contains a biblical devotion as well as questions for reflection, prayer topics, and a suggested prayer for each day.

Day 1 – THE SABBATH AND IDENTITY

Day 2 – THE SABBATH AND GOD’S PROVISION

Day 3 – THE SABBATH AND REST

Day 4 – THE SABBATH AND COMPASSION

Day 5 – THE SABBATH AND REMEMBRANCE

Day 6 – THE SABBATH AND JOY

Day 7 – THE SABBATH AND GENEROSITY

Day 8 – THE SABBATH AND HOPE

YouVersion Bible Plan

The 2022 Week of Prayer resources will again be available as a Bible Plan on YouVersion. Further details will follow shortly.

Make sure to download the YouVersion Bible App beforehand to follow the plan for eight days.

In this section, you will be able to download the material for the WOP 2022 in different languages. For the moment, the WOP 2022 material is only available in English. If you have made a translation into your language please send it to the EEA office so it can be made available on this site.

 

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