Christians are being invited to pray for the world’s leaders when they gather for the G7 Summit in England from June 11 to 13.
The World Prayer Centre is organising three online prayer events via Zoom, to coincide with the meeting being held near Saint Ives in Cornwall.
The centre will use three themes across the prayer events: The Sovereignty of God; The Lordship of Christ Jesus; and The work of the Holy Spirit.
This year’s G7 meeting will feature leaders from the seven member countries, plus invited guests including Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
A spokesperson for the World Prayer Centre says the countries participating represent 2.3 billion people and have great influence across the rest of the world – making it the ideal time to pray.
The spokesperson says the leaders will bring their teams including advisors and security personnel, and there will be a huge media presence at the event.
The prayer events will begin on Friday June 11 at 5pm Australian Eastern Time, 7pm on Saturday June 12 and 5pm on Sunday June 13.
Access is via the World Prayer Centre website.