National Prayer Initiative

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Focus

8-9pm every Monday

Pray As One NZ coordinates speakers from throughout the county to present a prayer focus for the week and bring direction to a particular topic via an online Zoom meeting. But it doesn’t stop there!

Recording or transcripts are then made available via this website, our Facebook page and YouTube channel to help continue prayer throughout the week, especially for those unable to join us on Monday nights.  

Seasons

Special prayer calls

Pray As One NZ also calls for or partners with other prayer initiatives in leading seasonal prayer. We also share resources from them as well.

If we’re running it, the same link will be used; if not, we’ll let you know how to join. Check out regular prayer initiatives below.

Click the button and review our protocol before joining our meeting

The meeting link is open shortly before and during all scheduled meetings

Praying with the Aussies

Our brothers and sisters across the Tasman have been goin’ hard yakka in prayer for years and have been encouraging us since we started. In fact, we often join in on each other’s calls to prayer.  You are invited to join any of their regular meetings.

 

10 pm New Zealand time on Mondays (for Australia), Wednesdays (their government) and Sundays (the nations).

Lock shields with Australia

TESTIMONIALS

What People Say

Loved being with others from different cultures and churches to pray in agreement for our land and people.

Thelma Dingle

We should all contact friends and family to join in to pray as one for our country of Aotearoa.

Judy Toa

Tena tatou te whānau o Ihu Karaiti.. blessings to our family in Christ Jesus… To be as ONE in Him who First Loved us. Amen.

Tania Gilbert-Kennedy

It brings unity, commitment to pray as one body, to be under God, and humble ourselves under the mighty hand of God.

Mike Toni

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And an Advisory Group of Christian church and ministry leaders from around Aotearoa New Zealand

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