24/7 Prayer at Stanford
7pm February 17 - 7pm February 24 2018
Rejoice always; pray without ceasing; in everything give thanks;
for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus.
I Thessalonians 5:16-18
Choose your own prayer location! Two signups per time slot! (if in different locations)
Old Union, room 314
Old Union, courtyard
The Oval, grass
Lake Lagunita, near firepit
e-mail (sebell AT stanford) if you have any difficulty or need to fix a mistake.
The believers at Stanford feel called to another week of 24/7 prayer. 24/7 is a
movement spreading over the world, where brothers and sisters
come together to continuously pray for an extended period of
We are called to continually devote ourselves to prayer as it is vital for
effective ministry, personal renewal, fruitful evangelism, and
reconciliation with God and each other. 24/7 also promotes the Christian body
as we celebrate our joys and minister to one another through shared prayer.
Everyone is welcome to participate from individuals, to small groups,
to friends as we genuinely seek God’s face and will
together. 24/7 prayer will occur from 7 PM, February 17 through
7 PM, February 24 and you can join in by signing
up for various time slots during the week.
Prayer takes place in various locations (you choose on the signup sheet).
The core option is the 3rd Floor of Old Union in the Evangelical
Protestant Office (room 314).
Please see the details
page for more specific information about time and location.
Take a look at the guide
page for ways to make your prayer time more meaningful and effective.
For more information on why we are doing Stanford 24/7 prayer, please see the about
page. Additional information about the worldwide 24/7 Prayer
movement is available at 24-7prayer.com
The week of prayer is sponsored by
Reformed University Fellowship, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, IV Graduate Christian Fellowship, Oasis, Grace Campus Ministries, Parakaleo, Acts 2 Christian Fellowship, Chinese Evangelical Fellowship, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and the Catholic Community at Stanford.