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Be Part of Cal-Pac’s 24-Hour Prayer Vigil

To stay connected to one another as we seek God’s will for our denomination and to be in prayerful, centered discernment, the California-Pacific Conference will hold a 24-hour Prayer Vigil from Sunday, February 24, 2019 at 1:00PM until Monday, February 25, 2019 at 1:00PM.

How it Works

The vigil will be held virtually and will be accessible to all online or by phone.

When you connect, you’ll find yourself in a webinar hosted sequentially by Rev. Paige Eaves, Paul Park and the Young Adults of Santa Ana UMC, Rev. Sandie Richards, Rev. Emma Vega, Rev. Won-Seok Yuh, Rev. Hong Yun (Brandon) Won, and Rev. John Fanestil.

Every 15 minutes, a new voice of Cal-Pac will be invited to lead us all in prayer. If you’d like to be one of those voices, please sign up today via the link below.  The 15-minute prayer can take any form. You can offer a prayer that you have written, or you can pray extemporaneously. You can sing or draw or play your prayer. You can pray alone or with someone. We will be grateful to you for your contribution.

How to Participate

  • To volunteer for a 15-minute slot, click here and choose your timeslot.  You will receive additional directions after signing up.
  • To access and connect with the vigil during the 24 hours, use (Once you click the link, it should take you to the webinar automatically without complication for you.) Or, you can also call in at: + 1 669 900 6833 or +1 929 205 6099 (Add to your calendar now!)

Rev. Joel Hortiales, District Superintendent Mark Nakagawa, and Rev. Deborah Oh will be updating the prayer vigil from the floor of General Conference as urgent prayer needs arise.