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In a significant milestone, Day of His Power 2022 (DOHP) returns this year to in-person worship and prayer, with Singaporeans from all corners of the nation releasing National Day blessings in unity.

The annual event which, during pre-pandemic years, gathered thousands at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, took to livestream in 2020 and 2021 due to Covid-19 safe distancing measures.

This year, Day of His Power 2022 will take place in six venues in two languages, with the common purpose of:

  • Exalting One Name 
  • Serving One Lord
  • With One Mind
  • With One Heart
  • With One Joy
  • As One Family of God 

“This is an excellent opportunity for God’s people from all church streams to gather in one accord to once again express what John Stott calls ‘our conscious need of God and our humble dependence on God’,” said LoveSingapore.

“And all the more in such a time as this when the world is becoming more dangerous, society is becoming more divided, and Christians are becoming more distracted than ever before.”

Here is where you can join fellow prayer warriors for Day of His Power 2022:

🔴 IN MANDARIN  

Sunday August 7, at 7pm

Church of Our Saviour
130 Margaret Drive , S’pore 149300

🔴 IN ENGLISH 

  • Monday 8 August at 8pm
  • Decentralised in 6 Locations

1. North

Victory Family Centre
55 Sembawang Drive, S’pore 757614

2. North East

Living Sanctuary Brethren Church
2 Hougang Street 22, S’pore 538728

3. East 

Bethesda (Bedok-Tampines) Church
300 Bedok North Avenue 3, S’pore 469717

4. Central East 

Faith Community Baptist Church
3 Marine Parade Central, S’pore 449409

5. Central West 

Church of Our Saviour
130 Margaret Drive, S’pore 149300

6. West

Hope Church Singapore
5 Jurong West Street 74, S’pore 649151

To encourage in-person participation, there will be no livestreaming of DOHP events this year.

“Prayer engagement is so much more meaningful in person,” said LoveSingapore. “This is an invitation to come onsite in an inter-church, inter-generational gathering, where Christians of all walks of life come together. It will be a beautiful picture of unity.”


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