24-7 is a non-stop prayer meeting across many nations and Christian traditions. Participating groups pledge to pray 24-hour-a-day in a fixed location for anything between a week and a month, and then they “carry the baton of prayer” for that period.
The prayer-meeting flows between locations linked by the World Wide Web. Right now, someone somewhere is praying as part of the 24-7 prayer project.
The United Kingdom Mission Team first launched a year of prayer at the 2001 Roots Conference in May 2001. Attendance exceeded 3,600 people, and over 1,500 people passed through the 24-7 prayer room during the 4-day conference. At one point, at 12.30 a.m., there were over 150 Salvationists of all ages in the prayer room, praying.
During the first year of the 24-7 prayer project (May 4, 2001-May 3, 2002), over 200 Salvation Army Corps and community service centers were involved, including Corps from Australia, South Africa, Sweden, Russia and Canada.
To learn more and get involved, please visit our prayer site: