Welcome to the Fuel for Prayer page
Johnny Lockwood (Prayer Network leader) gathers daily prayer requests and items for praise from around the world, which you can follow by scrolling down on this page or on the Gafcon Facebook and Instagram.
Para ler os Pedidos de Oração desta semana em Português visite o site https://www.gafconpt.org/pt/intercessao
Para leer las Peticiones de Oración de esta semana en Español vaya al sitio https://www.gafconpt.org/es/intercessao
Johnny has also introduced the Prayermate app to help keep the Gafcon family up to date with news from around the world. This is a very useful app for organising daily prayer on your smartphone.
Go to http://praynow4.org/gafcon to find instructions for how to get the Prayermate app. Then 'subscribe' to the Gafcon feed - add subject / Church Life / World Churches / Gafcon. It is a free app and a free subscription. You can also use the QR code below.
Global Anglicans Moment & Prayer
Global Anglicans Moment & Prayer is an initiative for churches around the world so that each week they are kept up to date with news and a prayer item: https://www.gafcon.org/moment-and-prayer
Throughout the Gafcon churches worldwide we are looking to build up the faithful global Communion by sharing these bulletin updates in Gafcon churches' media announcements. We are seeking to have a Gafcon representative or advocate in each church who will be our point of contact for the Moment & Prayer items. If you are a church staff member and/or an active church member who is using the Moment & Prayer news then we would love to connect with you and email the weekly updates to you. Follow the updates on website and social media with the hashtag #globalmomentandprayer
Please email [email protected] if you would like to find out more and be added to the group of Gafcon Church Representatives/Advocates.
Interceeding for the Persecuted Church
Faith McDonnell, co-leader of the Suffering Church Network, recommends Open Doors' World Watch List 2021 to interceed for our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world, click here to find out more.
Daily prayers from around the world
Bishop Cyrile Kambale is the bishop of Beni Diocese in eastern DR Congo. The situation is extremely difficult with people dying every day because of armed conflict.
The East African Christian College in Rwanda has now been accredited to run a course in Education. Praise God for growing numbers of students and developing the infrastructures accordingly.
The Anglican Church in England, Wales, and Australia, are all under pressure to pass innovations in blessing same-sex marriage.
Eternal God and gracious Father, whose blessed Son Jesus Christ died for our redemption; commissioned His disciples to preach the good news; and sent the indwelling Holy Spirit in...
Over the past year we have prayed for the Healthy Church training, and the School's Outreach training, provided by Anglican Missions Africa.
Bishop Marcio Simoes is the bishop of the Diocese of Vitoria, in the Anglican Church in Brazil. He has oversight of eleven churches in various cities in Pernambuco State.
As we approach Gafcon Sunday (June 27) pray for Gafcon supporters to consider how they can best support the Gafcon Fellowship.
Anglican International Development (AID), England, have developed microfinance projects in South Sudan and Kenya.
In Nepal the Covid situation is very bad. They are in lockdown and there are many infections and deaths.
On June 22, United Adoration is hosting an online song-sharing session.
Trinity 3.Graciously hear us, Lord God,
and grant that we, to whom you have given the desire to pray,
Goma, DR Congo. Rev Joseph Rusangiza reports that a large volcanic eruption has destroyed homes, schools and crops in three parishes.
Bishop Andudu, co-leader of the Suffering Church Network and Bishop of Kadugli, Sudan, asks for prayer throughout June for peace talks in Sudan.
Bishop William Bahemuka reports about the horrors of the ADF terrorists attacking the Boga region, DR Congo.
Anglican International Development (England) have been developing micro-finance programs in Kenya and South Sudan. These programs start very small but can have extensive influence.
Thank God for the human resources which sustain and develop the Gafcon global fellowship. Many people in many ways give their time voluntarily to further the vision and purposes of Gafcon.
In October 2020 we prayed for the launch of the 'Sponsor a Theological Student' campaign organised by Anglican Aid (Sydney).