Excited to Worship at Wembley
The UK's National Day of Prayer & Worship, hosted in Wembley Stadium with a capacity of 90,000, is rapidly approaching. On the 29th September, the stadium will be filled with those longing to see God move in power.
Amongst those endorsing the event is R.T.Kendall who says he prays it will be a 'high water mark in British Christian history and that the UK will never be the same again.'
Matt Hill, worship pastor at Audacious Church in Manchester, will be on the worship team at the event. In an interview at the stadium, he said his expectations were that God will move in power and that lives are changed. Hill emphasises that as we join together as a church 'there's such a power.'
Hill hopes that people will take back the 'fire of God' to their homes, neighbourhoods and cities. He also focuses on young people, saying that they are not just the future but the 'church of today.' As thousands join together, the older generation can share experiences and equip the younger ones to make an impact.
Get your 'early bird' tickets before this Sunday.