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Cincy
 

OUR WORLD IS ACHING FOR UNITY. While our situation might seem hopeless, the church is uniquely prepared to offer hope. The message of reconciliation is central in the language of the Gospel. That’s why we are gathering together; people from every color, culture, and class around the Tri-State are taking our message of hope on the move.

 

When we take our faith on the move, things change. Waters are parted, walls fall down, and healing takes place. God is calling us to take a step towards justice. Join us at the Unified Cincy Prayer Walk.

 

Isaiah 45:2 “I will go before you and make the crooked places straight.”


Cincy

WHEN?

 

Saturday, July 11 | 10:00a-12:00p

 

WHERE?

 

Starting Point: Yeatman's Cove (705 E Pete Rose Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202)

 

Ending Point: Fountain Square (520 Vine St, Cincinnati, OH 45202)

 

PARKING & MAP

 

**Handicap parking will be available at Yeatman's Cove.

 
  Cincy

HOW CAN I PARTICIPATE IN THE UNIFIED CINCY PRAYER WALK?

 

RSVP & SHOW UP! To RSVP, visit the Unified Cincy Prayer Walk Facebook event page and mark yourself as going.

 

RSVP NOW

 
 

PLEASE WEAR A FACE COVERING AND ADHERE TO SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES.

 

What should I bring to the walk?

We recommend everyone to wear a face mask or some type of covering to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. We also encourage you to bring sunscreen, bottled water, snacks, and walking shoes.

What should I NOT bring to the walk?

Our hope is for our actions to serve as signs and wonders (Isaiah 8:18). But, signs are welcome! If you bring a sign, please refrain from any offensive language or divisive statements. The goal of today is to pray and bring unity!

Will we do anything besides walking?

The prayer walk will start with worship and end with worship. You can see the full timeline of the day on our Unified Cincy Prayer Walk Facebook event page.

Am I allowed to bring my kids to attend the walk?

This is completely up to you! Kids are able to attend the walk as long as they are accompanied by an adult. Child care will not be provided.

How can I watch online?

We want to encourage viewers to join in, share the experience with a friend or family member and walk the walk with us during Unified Cincy. Here’s how someone can watch:

 

1. Head to your specific church’s Facebook page.
2. Join the livestream experience.
3. Share the experience with a friend.

 

At 9:30a on Saturday, July 11th we will have the live feed available on this page.

 

UNIFIED CINCY PRAYER PROMPTS

 

Thank you so much for joining us for the Unified Cincy Prayer Walk. We hope this group of prayer prompts encourages and inspires you to pray for racial reconciliation in your neighborhood, Cincinnati, and across the country. Let’s pray that the Holy Spirit guides us in how to move and how to pray. Don’t feel like you have to have all the right words. Be here and experience what you’re feeling, and call out to God. He will hear you.

 

1. Thank - let’s thank Him for this time we have today. God says where two or three are gathered together, He’s with us. Let’s invite His presence to walk with us today. (Matthew 18:20)

 

2. Remember - lament those who have died due to racial injustice; lament the effect those deaths have had on our nation; lament the darkness of soul that allows injustice to continue. (Jeremiah 9:1)

 

3. Repent - repent of how you have allowed injustices to continue, have remained silent in the face of injustice, or have grown weary/hardened of facing injustice. (Acts 3:17)

 

4. Mourn - mourn over your city. Let’s pray as Jesus did, that the eyes of our city may be opened to see Him, injustice towards their brothers and sisters of color, and the resulting hurt. (Luke 19:41-42)

 

5. Pray - pray for justice. We’re commanded to seek justice, but it’s impossible to do that if we do not acknowledge oppression. Pray that we can seek justice, equality, and freedom for the oppressed. (Isaiah 1:17)

 

6. Pray - pray for civic leaders to have courageous wisdom to make changes in law, practice, or policy to uphold justice for all people and to show mercy. (Proverbs 2:6)

 

7. Pray - pray for healing of the racial divide in our nation, our city, and our communities. (2 Chronicles 7:14)

 

8. Pray - pray for the Church to preach the Gospel well, providing an answer to what the world needs most, salvation (Ephesians 2:6-10), and a demonstration of the manifold wisdom of God through reconciliation. (Ephesians 3:10-11)

 

9. Pray - pray for God to guide you and show you next steps you can take to show justice, love, and mercy in your everyday life. (Micah 6:8)

 

10. Praise - praise God for his love, grace, and true freedom. Although this fight can feel overwhelming, God is able to do so much more than we could ever imagine. When we step into spaces that require more power than we have within ourselves, God gets to show off. (Ephesians 3:20-21)

 

PARTICIPATING CHURCHES

 

Antioch Countryside, Ambassadors’ Pointe Community Church, Back2Back Ministries, Bethel Cincinnati Church, Center Pointe Christian Church, Christ’s Church Mason, Church On Fire, Citygate Church, College Hill Presbyterian Church, Compass Community Church, Corinthian Baptist Church, Crossroads, Elevate Church, Engage City Church, First Church, Gathering Place Church, Grace Chapel, Hope Church, Legacy Pointe Church, Love City Church, Mariemont Community Church, Missio Dei Church, Montgomery Assembly of God, Montgomery Community Church, New City Presbyterian Church, New Day Baptist Church, New Life Chapel, Northstar, Open Door Community Church, Passion Cincinnati, Peoples Church, Peoples Church East, Queen City Church, Red Door Church, Redeemer Cincy, Revive City Church, Rivers Crossing, SonRise Church, SOZO Loveland Church, Vessel United Church, Vineyard Cincinnati, Vineyard Covington, Vineyard Florence, Vineyard Northwest, White Oak Christian Church, Whitewater Crossing, 7 Hills Church.

If you have any questions please email info@unifiedcincy.tv

Cincy
 

OUR WORLD IS ACHING FOR UNITY. While our situation might seem hopeless, the church is uniquely prepared to offer hope. The message of reconciliation is central in the language of the Gospel. That’s why we are gathering together; people from every color, culture, and class around the Tri-State are taking our message of hope on the move.

 

When we take our faith on the move, things change. Waters are parted, walls fall down, and healing takes place. God is calling us to take a step towards justice. Join us at the Unified Cincy Prayer Walk.

 

Isaiah 45:2 “I will go before you and make the crooked places straight.”



Cincy

WHEN?

 

Saturday, July 11 | 10:00a-12:00p

 

WHERE?

 

Starting Point: Yeatman's Cove (705 E Pete Rose Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202)

 

Ending Point: Fountain Square (520 Vine St, Cincinnati, OH 45202)

 

PARKING & MAP

 

**Handicap parking will be available at Yeatman's Cove.

 
  Cincy

HOW CAN I PARTICIPATE IN THE UNIFIED CINCY PRAYER WALK?

 

RSVP & SHOW UP! To RSVP, visit the Unified Cincy Prayer Walk Facebook event page and mark yourself as going.

 

RSVP NOW

 
 

PLEASE WEAR A FACE COVERING AND ADHERE TO SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES.

 

What should I bring to the walk?

We recommend everyone to wear a face mask or some type of covering to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. We also encourage you to bring sunscreen, bottled water, snacks, and walking shoes.

What should I NOT bring to the walk?

Our hope is for our actions to serve as signs and wonders (Isaiah 8:18). But, signs are welcome! If you bring a sign, please refrain from any offensive language or divisive statements. The goal of today is to pray and bring unity!

Will we do anything besides walking?

The prayer walk will start with worship and end with worship. You can see the full timeline of the day on our Unified Cincy Prayer Walk Facebook event page.

Am I allowed to bring my kids to attend the walk?

This is completely up to you! Kids are able to attend the walk as long as they are accompanied by an adult. Child care will not be provided.

 

UNIFIED CINCY PRAYER PROMPTS

 

Thank you so much for joining us for the Unified Cincy Prayer Walk. We hope this group of prayer prompts encourages and inspires you to pray for racial reconciliation in your neighborhood, Cincinnati, and across the country. Let’s pray that the Holy Spirit guides us in how to move and how to pray. Don’t feel like you have to have all the right words. Be here and experience what you’re feeling, and call out to God. He will hear you.

 

1. Thank - let’s thank Him for this time we have today. God says where two or three are gathered together, He’s with us. Let’s invite His presence to walk with us today. (Matthew 18:20)

 

2. Remember - lament those who have died due to racial injustice; lament the effect those deaths have had on our nation; lament the darkness of soul that allows injustice to continue. (Jeremiah 9:1)

 

3. Repent - repent of how you have allowed injustices to continue, have remained silent in the face of injustice, or have grown weary/hardened of facing injustice. (Acts 3:17)

 

4. Mourn - mourn over your city. Let’s pray as Jesus did, that the eyes of our city may be opened to see Him, injustice towards their brothers and sisters of color, and the resulting hurt. (Luke 19:41-42)

 

5. Pray - pray for justice. We’re commanded to seek justice, but it’s impossible to do that if we do not acknowledge oppression. Pray that we can seek justice, equality, and freedom for the oppressed. (Isaiah 1:17)

 

6. Pray - pray for civic leaders to have courageous wisdom to make changes in law, practice, or policy to uphold justice for all people and to show mercy. (Proverbs 2:6)

 

7. Pray - pray for healing of the racial divide in our nation, our city, and our communities. (2 Chronicles 7:14)

 

8. Pray - pray for the Church to preach the Gospel well, providing an answer to what the world needs most, salvation (Ephesians 2:6-10), and a demonstration of the manifold wisdom of God through reconciliation. (Ephesians 3:10-11)

 

9. Pray - pray for God to guide you and show you next steps you can take to show justice, love, and mercy in your everyday life. (Micah 6:8)

 

10. Praise - praise God for his love, grace, and true freedom. Although this fight can feel overwhelming, God is able to do so much more than we could ever imagine. When we step into spaces that require more power than we have within ourselves, God gets to show off. (Ephesians 3:20-21)

 

If you have any questions please email info@unifiedcincy.tv

PARTICIPATING CHURCHES

 

Antioch Countryside, Ambassadors’ Pointe Community Church, Back2Back Ministries, Bethel Cincinnati Church, Center Pointe Christian Church, Christ’s Church Mason, Church On Fire, Citygate Church, College Hill Presbyterian Church, Compass Community Church, Corinthian Baptist Church, Crossroads, Elevate Church, Engage City Church, First Church, Gathering Place Church, Grace Chapel, Hope Church, Legacy Pointe Church, Love City Church, Mariemont Community Church, Missio Dei Church, Montgomery Assembly of God, Montgomery Community Church, New City Presbyterian Church, New Day Baptist Church, New Life Chapel, Northstar, Open Door Community Church, Passion Cincinnati, Peoples Church, Peoples Church East, Queen City Church, Red Door Church, Redeemer Cincy, Revive City Church, Rivers Crossing, SonRise Church, SOZO Loveland Church, Vessel United Church, Vineyard Cincinnati, Vineyard Covington, Vineyard Florence, Vineyard Northwest, White Oak Christian Church, Whitewater Crossing, 7 Hills Church.