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After an extraordinary 2021 with many highs and lows — Declaration is back!
Presented by The Well, in partnership with Tearfund, we’ll spend time in inspired worship, anointed prayer, and insightful teaching. We’ll also start off the year with powerful prayer, with topics including global poverty, injustice, inequality, and faith in action.
We’ll be led in worship by fantastic worship leaders across the UK including The Voice UK winner 2021, Blessing Annatoria who joined us in ‘the pink studio’ to play some behind the scenes games.
There’ll be episodes dedicated to wellbeing, The Church, the community and climate, youth, justice, women, and men – you don’t want to miss these nights of declaring God’s sovereignty over these important areas.
American minister and daughter of Martin Luther King Jr, Dr Bernice King, will be joining Declaration to share her thoughts on community in the face of social discourse. She said: “The first week of the year is an opportunity to bring church communities together and unite on issues affecting our brothers and sisters….
My father had a vision of a beloved community, where non-violence, with love and trust, triumphs over fear and hatred. Prayer is a part of that and we come expectant.”
Host of the show, and head of African and Caribbean engagement at Tearfund, Seth Pinnock, encourages us: “Declaration is a fantastic way to give your new year a head start!
Following the launch of The Well in October, my hope is that this week of events will gather people together and they’ll experience the power of prayer, as we believe prayer
The Well is a powerful new initiative created in partnership with Tearfund, with black Christians and black majority churches to help fight extreme poverty and injustice. This year together with TBN UK, they bring to you Declaration.
For more information and a full list of events for the week, including prayer gatherings, workshops, Bible studies, and more, visit: tearfund.org/declaration22
You can watch Declaration 2022 each night at 8pm during the first week of January or catch up on demand.