Last night's Summit at Progressive was a powerful time of united prayer. It was truly beautiful to see the diversity of the body of Christ, and to practice our oneness together. While these times of prayer are vital, our work does not stop there. Here are five ways you can respond to last night's summit:


#1 - BUILD PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS

Love your neighbor, and intentionally build relationships outside your demographic / denomination / geography. Re-watch Vance Henry's words from last night:


#2 - READING RESOURCES

Read "Letters to a Birmingham Jail" (given out last night) to learn more on the theme of the Church living into diversity and justice, and inform your ongoing prayers for Chicago with the Chicago Neighborhood Prayer Guide.


#3 - PRAY ALONG WITH CHICAGO77

Subscribe to Chicago77 - Prayercast's 60sec prayer videos on each community area of Chicago. Subscribe by texting "Chicago77" to "22828" (Video countdown will take place again in March and again in the summer)


#4 - UNITED PRAYER ON AUGUST 5TH

Mark August 5th, 2017 on your calendar, as we join together with 'Chicago Prays' at Salem Baptist in Pullman. We want to further demonstrate our oneness by uniting with other prayer 'streams' in Chicagoland.


#5 - 'WEAR' YOUR PRAYERS THIS SPRING & SUMMER

During the Spring and Summer, we will rally the Body of Christ to be engaged regionally in communities, outside the walls of the church, addressing the places of greatest need. Join us!

Watch for future posts & emails with more details, and please invite others to subscribe (share this link / head to the bottom of this page)

An example from last Summer:


We are excited for how God is leading us together towards greater unity in the Church and partnership in Chicago, and we invite you to carry that vision with us!

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