World Day of Prayer 2019 is Friday, March 1st
World Day of Prayer takes place internationally on the first Friday of March every year. In 2019 that will be March 1st. If you can’t celebrate World Day of Prayer on the first Friday in March, choose another date that works for your community and you can celebrate in symbolic solidarity with women around the world!
The host country for WDP 2019 is Slovenia. The focus is on Jesus’ parable of the Great Dinner (in Lk. 14:15–24) with the theme “Come – Everything is Ready”. One phrase in the worship service especially captures the ideas we will explore: “Welcoming God, in your love, you have prepared a table for all, and you inspire us to open our hearts and our homes to offer a place to the ones who are not yet at the table.” Who isn’t at your table yet? Who isn’t at your World Day of Prayer service . . . yet? The women of Slovenia challenge us all to widen our circles, to expand our communities.
Read the Welcome Letter from WDP Board Chair Mary Martin.
Plan for World Day of Prayer
Don’t be held back by assumptions about how World Day of Prayer has to be. Check out our Mythbusters article to learn more about times and days to observe WDP, how to adapt the service, and even involving men!
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