INTRODUCING THE THEME FOR 2022

“Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts.” (Acts 2: 46a)

This year, the World Weekend of Prayer falls on the weekend of Pentecost. Fifty days after Easter, we celebrate and remember the coming of the Holy Spirit to the disciples of Jesus and, outward and onward, to all believers. The gift to give us power and strength together is available to us today.

The Covid pandemic has shaken us. It is still shaking the world. The devastation, grief and fragility of families and communities is ongoing.
How can our World Weekend of Prayer, with children at the heart of the action, strengthen our faith together? Let’s confront our fragility, led by the children, the power of prayer and renewed in-filling of the Holy Spirit.

We can learn much from what happened at the first Pentecost, a small band of 120 believers feeling under threat and insecure.

RESOURCES FOR WWP 2022

A resource and guide to this year’s event: all translations are published below.

Extra children’s activity ideas here in English and Spanish.

Talk outline PowerPoint presentation in English (editable ppt [10MB] or non-editable pdf [2MB]) and

Spanish Resumen de charla (ppt editable [10MB] o pdf no editable [2MB])

Animation video clip Pentecost: Holy Spirit empowers action


EXTRA COVID-19 RESOURCE FOR WWP
Download extra resource for the World Weekend of Prayer focusing on issues caused by the Covid-19 Pandemic.
In English for adults; for children.
En español para adultos, para niños


RESOURCE GUIDES IN MULTIPLE LANGUAGES
Arabic