The Watch | Moravian Love Feast & All-Night Prayer
In 1727, the Moravians who were known for living in missional community and their “love feasts” (communion services) started a prayer watch, two by two, hour by hour.
It was focused on the baptism of the Spirit and the ‘assurance of salvation. The prayer meeting lasted 100 years, influenced the first Great Awakening, and birthed modern-day missions.
What if we took watch again?
On the last Friday of every month, we have established an all-night watch on the CRI Base to worship and seek the Lord for awakening and outpouring of The Spirit.
The monthly meeting kicks off with a love-feast dinner (5 pm), a special time of teaching at 7 pm, followed by all-night worship and prayer 9 pm-6 am.
Come for some of The Watch or stay the whole night.
The Watch is free as is The Love Feast. If you need overnight accommodations or are staying longer and would like housing, registration is required. All meals are lovingly prepared and generously served to you FREE as our guest.
- 5:00pm - 6:00pm
- Love Feast
- Our community gathers for a special meal communion meal. (Free - All Welcome)
- 6:30pm - 8:30pm
- Encounter Meeting
- Special Speaker / Teaching / Ministry
- 9:00pm - 6:00am
- All-Night Prayer & Worship
- Join us for any portion or the whole night.
- 8:00am - 9:00am
- Stay for a free breakfast Saturday morning.