Prayer in the Square was an event where thousands of people representing multiple denominations, races, cultures, ages, social and economic backgrounds gathered to pray in the middle of Times Square in New York City.
The event took place for three consecutive years. Various individuals, including church leaders, policemen, single moms, social workers, college students and wall street executives, led in prayer. Churches and people around the country and throughout the world joined via live webcast to pray. Each year, the mayor of New York City issued a proclamation endorsing the event and declaring the date “Prayer in the Square Day.” No organizations, ministries or individuals were showcased. It was simply a gathering to pray.
In 2007, an estimated 8-10,000 people gathered to pray one hour for New York City and our nation. The event established credibility with the city. In 2008, 18-20,000 people gathered in Times Square. In 2009, an estimated 50,000 people gathered to pray. We invite you to watch the 2009 event video on this website.
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