Prayer at the Heart of Wisconsin

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Prayer at the Heart of Wisconsin

We’re calling the lovers of Jesus from all 72 counties of Wisconsin to come before God with humble, unified prayer. Our desire is to worship the Lord, sit at His feet, and ask Him to pour out His Spirit on Wisconsin. As Jesus is the center of each one of our hearts, we will lift up His name and enthrone Him with one voice and one heart cry from the center of Wisconsin. As we come together, with no agenda but to seek His face through worship and prayer, we will release a sound that brings revival and awakening, moving us FORWARD into this next season. We will have worship, coupled with prayer and intercession, led by teams we have gathered from around the state.

Vision for Prayer at the Heart of Wisconsin

Through a series of God encounters, we were led to hold our gathering in Dorchester, WI, which happens to be near one of the four corners of the world. We are calling believers of all generations, ethnic backgrounds, and denominations from all 72 counties of Wisconsin to join in this historic moment for our state. We are going before the Lord with humble, unified prayer, asking Him to forgive our sins, heal our land, and bring revival and awakening to our hearts. (2 Chronicles 7:14)

What to expect

Teams assembled from around the state will lead us in worship. We will have leaders facilitating times of prayer, decrees, and declarations. There will also be a time of “rapid fire” prayer, where people release a 15-30 second prayer over Wisconsin. We will have a time where we all take communion together, remembering what Jesus has done for us.

How can I help?

First and foremost is prayer. We believe that prayer is central to every detail that goes into this gathering. Pray for the leaders, that we would have wisdom on what the day should look like and how to best prepare. Pray that every logistical and financial need is taken care of. Pray for good weather on September 30th and October 1st. Pray that everyone who is supposed to come would hear the call of the Lord.

Get the word out. Tell your friends, family, and churches about this powerful and timely gathering.


The registration form and email list signup has an option to let us know you’d like to volunteer. Some areas of need include: parking, greeting, setup/teardown, cleanup, etc.


We are looking to raise $5,000 for the Prayer at the Heart of Wisconsin gathering. Visit for details on ways to give.

Date: October 1, 2022Time: @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm America/ChicagoVenue: at Dorchester ParkLocation: in 133 Park Drive, Dorchester, 54425, United States, Venue Google Map Link: + Google MapOrganizer: by Jason & Hannah FarringtonOrganizer Email: pathwisconsin@gmail.comPrice: Free

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“Whenever God determines to do a great work, He first sets His people to pray” (C. Spurgeon). This reliable principle begs the question: “How does God mobilize his people to heartfelt prayer?” Most importantly, how does God move Christian leaders who shepherd His church to unite in fervent, persistent, biblically focused prayer for the fulfillment of His purposes? By two things mainly: 1) distress over the degradation of the church and the surrounding culture and 2) hope that God will pour out His Spirit on his church and fill it with His fulness until it overflows with transformative impact on society. Many believers are distressed at the current state of things. At the same time, there is much reason to hope for God’s divine intervention in response to passionate, biblically guided prayer.

Believers across America now mourn the debility of the church; its vitality is faltering, its impact fading, its mission neglected, and its devotion to God being undercut by love for this world. Right now we are enduring the largest and fastest religious shift in American history. Its scope is greater than every previous spiritual awakening in our history combined, only in the opposite direction. Christians are being confronted by “spiritual forces of evil” (Eph. 6:12) operating from the heavenly realms that boldly infiltrate every aspect of society, even the church. These dark powers aim to 1) frustrate God’s purpose to bless all peoples on earth through Christ with countless benefits, including righteousness, peace, joy, and justice, and 2)
inflict endless varieties of misery on everyone. When spiritual decline and cultural decay prevail, God’s people rise up to seek the Lord in prayer as the fountain of every blessing, asking him to fill the earth with his glory, pour out His Holy Spirit, inspire his church, and deliver people and cultures from innumerable troubles. Now is the time to pray with desperation for spiritual and cultural renewal, for divine intervention, for the fulfillment of God’s purposes for his church and his creation in Northeast Ohio.

Christian leaders, especially pastors, have a heightened responsibility to press into God with prayer for the church. Biblical precedent shows that gathering church leaders together to engage in heartfelt prayer for the welfare of their community often initiates widespread spiritual and social renewal both in church and society (2 Chron. 7:13-14; 15:8-10; 34:29-32). New Testament accounts show that when Christian leaders unite in prayer, often in response to social and/or spiritual crises, spiritual awakening and gospel advance follow (Acts 1:13-14; 2:1-4; 4:23-31; 13:1-3).

Jesus himself instills expectation of an outpouring of God’s Spirit in response to prayer with this promise: “If you then, though you are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father in heaven give the Holy Spirit to those who ask him!” (Luke 11:13). Our Father in heaven is especially ready to pour out upon us the blessing we most need and long for, the very Spirit of God who imparts divine life, wisdom, and virtue.

With all this in mind, now is the time for Christian leaders across Northeast Ohio to come together to seek the Lord with biblically grounded, Christ-directed, wholehearted prayer for a God-given spiritual awakening. The trumpet of God is blaring! He is calling us to pray! Join Christian leaders from across our region to humble ourselves, seek the Lord’s face, and be willing to respond through His intervening grace to any changes He calls us to make! (Psalm 110:3)

The Gathering is an extension of the nationwide PATH (Prayer at the Heart) initiative piloted recently in Northeast Ohio. Put The Gathering on your calendar: Sunday, September 24, 6 pm, Calvary Chapel of Cleveland, 709 Brook Park Road, Brooklyn Heights, OH.