Join Millions of Believers for the Global Concert of Prayer

This is your official invitation to the Global Concert of Prayer, a three-day prayer initiative hosted by the World Assemblies of God Fellowship from Thursday 18th March until Saturday 20th March.

The Global Concert of Prayer is open to believers from all walks of life, any leadership level, and all nations. Its purpose is to unite the church in prayer during this extended time of global turbulence.

Over 370,000 churches around the world will join the event — representing over 70 million believers. Australian Christian Churches (formerly Assemblies of God in Australia) have endorsed the event among their approximately 1,000 churches around the nation.

At least 50 nations will host various prayer and worship segments, with Australia being represented by Pastor Wayne Alcorn, Planetshakers and Hope Centre on Saturday, 20th March at 3pm (AEST).

The Global Concert of Prayer will be broadcast on The event will be streamed free, and available to view live from around the world.

There are various ways that believers can participate — whether screening the event at church gatherings; meeting in small groups to tune in and pray; or if local rules make this difficult, watching the event on TV and praying as a family.

Promotional materials such as social media images, flyers and PowerPoint slides can be downloaded from the GCOP Media Kit. More information about the event is available at the World AG Fellowship website.

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Kurt Mahlburg is Canberra Declaration's Features Editor. He also works as a primary school teacher and a freelance writer. He blogs at Cross + Culture and is a regular contributor at the Spectator Australia, MercatorNet, Caldron Pool and The Good Sauce, among other online publications.

Kurt has published a book, Cross and Culture: Can Jesus Save the West?, with rigorous analysis of the modern malaise in Western society.

He has a particular interest in speaking the truths of Jesus into the public square in a way that makes sense to a secular culture and that gives Christians courage to do the same.

Kurt has also studied architecture, has lived for two years on a remote island in Indonesia, is fluent in several Indonesian languages, and among his other interests are philosophy, history, surf, the outdoors, and travel.

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