A July 2020 study titled ‘Mental Health in the Pandemic’ revealed that millions of people felt hopeless—and this was when the lockdown was eased! The conglomerate of people consisted of adults, the unemployed, young adults and those with pre-existing mental health conditions.
Fast forward to 2021, has the one-in-five figures of adults feeling hopeless increased or decreased? If the unprecedented sequence of events that have unfolded since the start of the year have anything to go by, there is still a sense of gloom in the air despite the decrease in the rate of infection.
But there is also a resilience that this too shall pass. Someone once said, “even against the greatest of odds, there is something in the human spirit… that can lift men from certain defeat to incredible victory.”
This ‘something’; this confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see; this ability to look beyond the obstacle and see a greater outcome, in its simplest form is simply called faith.
Faith has the power to bring to life the extraordinary especially when a group of people with the same belief join together in prayer.
We may be limited in what we can physically do to change the current situation, but we do have the power of prayer at our disposal. Join us in this powerful prayer purpose for the nation in light of the pandemic and its effect on people’s lives.
If you or someone you know is currently struggling with a health issue, see if you too can benefit from the prayers that will be made on your behalf on the day.
Meeting: Healing Day
Day and time: Tuesdays at 7.30pm (also at 7am, 10am and 3pm)
Location: Your local UCKG branch
More info: You can call or send us a WhatsApp message on 020 7686 6000
Please note: If you are in the higher-risk group or are self-isolating, you can still participate in the service online at libertyradio.co.uk.