It’s time to take back our communities, our cities and our families. Unified in Prayer is a national movement started in North Dallas by local church and community leaders. Following the vision of God to unite the body of Christ in a unified prayer movement; these leaders are stepping out on faith to pray for the healing of our city, our communities and our nation.
“With so much chaos in the world every day of our lives it becomes difficult to believe that our prayers are working,” says Pastor Kannis Florence, Synergy Church in Little Elm, TX. “Fortunately prayer is a unifier.”
More than 60 churches will come together to pray and worship together at the Mount Olive Church of Plano, Pastor Sam Fenceroy, 300 Chisholm, Plano, TX 75075 on September 29, 2012 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The Unified in Prayer Movement is making national moves and hopes to bring prayer back to the community and families throughout Dallas and Fort Worth areas.
This event is FREE but registration is required at firstname.lastname@example.org. Volunteers and donations are welcomed.
ABOUT UNIFIED IN PRAYER
Unified in Prayer is a Dallas based initiative with widespread capabilities. Prayer is a unifier and for the body of believers prayer is a must to restore and regain the lost generation. The UP Movement is spearheaded by a diverse group of senior pastors and leaders of various denominations that have chosen to unite as ONE Church.
ABOUT MOUNT OLIVE CHURCH OF PLANO
Mount Olive vision is to "Unite the Body of Christ." MOPOC believes in the cleansing of the believer by the Blood of Jesus, the teaching of the believer with the Word of God, and leading the believer by the Spirit of God. MOPOC believes in helping each member develop holistically. Members are encouraged to develop his or her ministry gifts according to 1 Corinthians 12:4, so that he or she can function in their rightful place in the Body of Christ.