Churches island-wide are launching a
40 days of prayer campaign to pray for the needs of the community.
The prayer rally is being held on
Tuesday, 6 April, at the New Testament Church of God on North Sound Road from
7.30pm to 9pm.
Organisers are asking the public to
come out to support the initiative.
The event, titled Ask, Seek, Knock,
will include worship service followed by a time of prayer and intercession led
by various pastors in the community.
Attendees will be praying for the
youth, education, judicial and law enforcement system, government and the
rising crime and violence that is taking place on the island.
There will also be prayer for the Do
Something Cayman Campaign, which was launched in Cayman in February and the Do
Something Cayman Festival, which takes place on 14th and 15th
May at the Black Pearl in Grand Harbour.
Do Something is being presented by
Miles Ahead Ministries in partnership with the Cayman Ministers Association.
The purpose of the Do
Something campaign is to bring civic, business and church organisations together
to love and serve the community, using sustainable solutions.
Through a two month
initiative through 31 May, the goal is to see hundreds of volunteers serving
and addressing key social issues in the community, namely family, education and
At the conclusion of the two
months, Miles Ahead will bring a team of approximately 90 volunteers from San
Diego and elsewhere to invest in the Cayman Islands.
The campaign will culminate
with a two day Festival, bringing some of the biggest names in Gospel music
together along with Xtreme Action sports and kids activities.
For more information about the
prayer rally, call Pastor Cassius Feare on 917-2054.
For more information about
the Do Something campaign, log on to DoSomethingCayman.com