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What is prayerwalking?

The following description of prayerwalking is from

God is stirring us to take our prayers beyond the walls of our church buildings. As we put feet to our prayers, we’re beginning to pray with huge kingdom-sized hope for entire cities.

Prayerwalking: Praying On-Site With Insight

We’ve come to call this sort of on-site intercession “prayerwalking.” It’s simply praying in the very places that we expect God to bring forth His answers.

The prayers are intercessory rather than devotional. Prayerwalkers learn to pray beyond their own concerns, focusing prayer on behalf of their neighbors.

Prayerwalking is usually a low-profile affair: Friends or family stroll two-by-two through their own neighborhoods, schools and work places, praying as they go. There are some occasions when the prayer should be demonstrative, but usually it’s being on the scene without making one. Though they usually walk unnoticed, prayerwalkers quickly become aware of the realities and needs of their neighbors.

Would you like to sign up to prayerwalk as a part of The Journey's church prayer activity for Lent, the 40-day time before Easter? We begin March 1. Below you can choose a site and group of people to pray for on a certain day. Be sure to put that day and group on your calendar. You will receive more instruction when you submit the form, and there is a link to read more at

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Please select one of the following, which corresponds with a day of the calendar. If you select that day, please also mark your own calendar and go to a location where you can pray for the people you selected. Being on site with people praying for a particular group of people is a powerful way to understand the needs of the group. You will receive instructions for how to pray after submitting this form.

Prayerwalking Planner

  • March 1/Youth: Nate Donley
  • March 2/Poor: Ben and Beth West
  • March 3/Educators: John Dickmann
  • March 4/Sick: John Dickmann
  • March 5th/Ethnic: Jamie Morrison,Haylee Hancock
  • March 6/ Law Enforcement and Judges: John Dickmann
  • March 7/Mothers: Lea Ann Stanford
  • March 8/Laborers: Greg Taylor
  • March 9/Broken Families: Peggy Anderson
  • March 10/Single People: Jo Morton
  • March 11/Military Personnel: Robert Garland
  • March 12/ Unemployed People: Greg Taylor
  • March 13/Men: John Dickmann, Dale Brown, Steve Martin
  • March 14/Health Care Workers: John Dickmann
  • March 15/News Media: (OPEN - sign up above in drop down menu)
  • March 16th/Unborn: Phyllis Fields
  • March 17th/University Students: Greg Taylor
  • March 18th/Refugees: (OPEN - sign up above in drop down menu)
  • March 19th/International Visitors: Nyasha Peters
  • March 20th/Depressed people: (OPEN - sign up above in drop down menu)
  • March 21st/Fathers: Jeff McIlroy, Mark McCoy, Dale Bresee, Dan Hayes
  • March 22nd/Business People: Teresa McIlroy
  • March 23rd/Agriculture: Mark and JanAnne Hillenburg
  • March 24th/Children: Bartola and TJ Kuruvilla
  • March 25th/Gangs: (OPEN - sign up above in drop down menu)
  • March 26/Government Leaders: Mike Hornsby
  • March 27th/Pastors: (OPEN - sign up above in drop down menu)
  • March 28th/Native Peoples: (OPEN - sign up above in drop down menu)
  • March 29th/Arts & Entertainment: Walker and Diana Hanson
  • March 30th/Athletic Industry: (OPEN - sign up above in drop down menu)
  • March 31st/Orphans: (OPEN - sign up above in drop down menu)
  • April 1/Women: (OPEN - sign up above in drop down menu)
  • April 2/Homeless: Carl and Janice Harris
  • April 3rd/Physically Disabled: The Barry Family
  • April 4th/Marriages: Cory and Hannah Legg
  • April 5th/Substance Abusers: Robert Garland
  • April 6th/Ministries: Davis Cooper, Peyton Vanlandingham, Jana McKee (Night Lights Group)
  • April 7th/Elderly People: (OPEN - sign up above in drop down menu)
  • April 8th/Prisoners and their families: (OPEN - sign up above in drop down menu)
  • April 9th/ the Coming Generation: (OPEN - sign up above in drop down menu)