Wildfires Online 2020 - 27 May 2020

In these uncertain times, something is stirring…

This time last year, thousands of people would have been gathered together in a field in the UK, worshipping, praying, partying and hiding from the rain.*

Launched alongside Big Church Day Out in 2018, Wildfires Festival is a joint venture between 24-7 Prayer and some of our friends - organisations including Worship Central, Pioneer, Fusion and Tearfund, and many churches and communities across the UK. 

With the world facing an unprecedented crisis, we were forced to cancel this year's gathering for the safety of all those attending.

But we still believed something was stirring...

Over these last 2 months, we’re seeing the uniting of the streams of the Church. We’re seeing the Church on the frontlines, caring for the poor and building community. We’re seeing millions turn to prayer.

We may be apart, but we’ve never been closer.

So this year, we decided to be take Wildfires online.

Running from 24 - 26 May, we live streamed sessions for all the family at wildfiresfestival.com. Worship, prayer, teaching, kids and youth sessions - we kept the Wildfires fire burning in 2020.

One hope across many homes.

As he spoke last year, Pastor Enoch Adeboye declared that in 2020 “we would need a bigger tent” to keep up with what the Holy Spirit was doing. 

This year, we saw the canopy stretch to a brand new, global community online.

It was an incredible year. We came together and saw the tide of prayer rise across our nation and far beyond its shores. 

And if you missed it, it's not too late...

All the event content can be watched (and rewatched) at wildfiresfestival.com - there's tons of amazing stuff to inspire, bless and entertain the whole family. So don't miss out.

We may be apart, but we’ve never been closer. 

Find all of the Wildfires content on the Wildfires Library

Were you at Wildfires Online 2020? We'd love to hear your stories! Get in touch on social media or email info@24-7prayer.com

*turns out, our first year indoors was our first year of blue skies...

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