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24-7 Prayer Movement Unites Global Believers at the Gathering ‘23 in Vienna

The Expedithalle Vienna is abuzz with anticipation as the 24-7 Prayer Movement’s flagship event, The Gathering ’23, kicks off its 4-day spiritual journey from Thursday, October 26th at 7:00 PM to Sunday, October 29th at 1:00 PM. 

This year’s event, centered around the theme of mission and being the bearers of good news, is set to draw participants not only from the local community but also from around the world. In a unique twist, the event is being hosted both in-person at the Expedithalle Vienna and virtually, making it accessible to a global audience.

The 24-7 Prayer Movement, renowned for its transformative approach to prayer, has garnered a global following. This year’s Gathering aims to facilitate connection, mutual learning, and a collective exploration of God’s work in individuals and the world. Returning to Vienna for the third time, the Gathering has historically marked pivotal moments in the movement’s evolution, lending a sense of excitement and expectation to the proceedings.

The event draws inspiration from Romans 10:14-15 (NIV), exploring the idea that those who bring good news possess beautiful feet. With the mission as the central focus, attendees will engage in a rich tapestry of activities encompassing worship, prayer, teaching, and communal reflection. Whether seasoned participants or first-time attendees, all are welcomed to partake in the event’s spiritually enriching offerings.

The Expedithalle Vienna, a prominent venue known for hosting diverse events, provides an apt backdrop for the Gathering’s spiritual immersion. As attendees gather in person, or virtually, the event’s organizers have strived to foster an atmosphere of unity and shared purpose, mirroring the movement’s core values.

Keynote speakers from various corners of the world are slated to share their insights and experiences on missions, evangelism, and the transformative power of spreading good news. Interactive workshops, prayer sessions, and panel discussions will encourage open dialogue and exploration of how individuals and communities can embrace their roles as bearers of positive change.

The 24-7 Prayer Movement’s dedication to fostering a global community of faith and its commitment to impactful prayer experiences have contributed to the anticipation surrounding The Gathering ’23. As participants immerse themselves in the event’s teachings and communal spirit, many are hopeful for personal transformation and renewed dedication to their roles as ambassadors of good news.

With the backdrop of the historic city of Vienna and the synergy of both physical and virtual participation, The Gathering ’23 promises to be a milestone event in the ongoing journey of the 24-7 Prayer Movement, empowering attendees to explore their roles in sharing the message of hope and positive transformation.

For more information on The Gathering ’23 and the 24-7 Prayer Movement, please visit their official website.


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