Ever since the National Day of Prayer event last September 2012 in Wembley Stadium, the Joining the Dots tour have been crossing the UK, putting together nights of concerted intercession in towns and cities across the land, and trying to link together different prayer networks.

Now the team are putting on a series of evening events across London from Sept – November 2013. On 01 November there will be a prayer meeting in central London at the Emmanuel Centre, Marsham Street. Do come along to this to pray together with hundreds of people for God to move in power across London. And do also get along to the nearest local event the team will be bringing to you.

On the tour NDOP will be joined by Sublime and various other guests. These should be great nights of prayer, worship, and inspiration to pray some more! Come along to whatever dates you can, and see you on 01 November for the central London leg. Let’s get together on our knees for our nation.

Each evening begins at 7.30pm, with doors opening at 7pm. Leaders receptions will take place from 5.30pm – 6.30pm (except for the Festival of Life leg). The full list of tour dates and venues is below:


Saturday 28th September 2013
North London
Brigadier Free Church, Brigadier Hill,
Enfield, EN2 0NQ

Sunday 29th September 2013
West London and Bucks
Iver Village Hall, High Street, Iver,
Buckinghamshire, SL0 9NW

Sunday 6th October 2013
South East London
Brooklane Community Church (BLCC)
27-29 Brook Lane, Bromley, BR1 4PX

Friday 18th October 2013
East London
Part of Festival of Life
Excel Arena London

Saturday 19th October 2013
North West London
Restore Hope, Latimer Park Chesham,
Buckinghamshire, HP5 1TU

Sunday 20th October 2013
South West London
Wimbledon Methodist Church
Griffiths Road, London, SW19 1SP

Friday 1st November 2013
Emmanuel Centre, Marsham Street,
London, SW10 3DW

Friday 8th November 2013
South London
Sutton Salvation Army Church
Benhill Avenue, Sutton, SM1 4DD

Sunday 10th November 2013
North East
The Bridge, 29 Princes Road
Buckhurst Hill, Essex, IG9 5EE


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Mark Williamson also blogs regularly at One Rock International, a training organisation resourcing missionary leaders across the globe. He’s passionate about good films, good food, getting into deep conversations, and going for long walks with his wife Joanna.