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Join us for the 2017 Prayer Journey

Led by the MoveIn Vision Team, the global multi-site Prayer Journey event raises prayer, vision, and funds for the unreached, urban poor. We will pray for specific needs in each neighbourhood and raise up awareness of hard issues, spread the vision of MoveIn in new regions (click here to read the vision), and raise up funds for this cause.


Thank you for registering to participate in this year's Prayer Journey! There is a $15 registration fee for all Canadian locations which helps cover event and coordination costs.

As you join us in raising vision and prayer for the MoveIn vision on June 17, we encourage you to also consider fundraising for our 2017-2018 MoveIn projects which will help further our vision among the unreached, urban poor. The online tools on our website here make fundraising easy! Raise $150 to waive your $15 registration fee. Go to www.prayerjourney.global/projects for more details.

Click below to sign up to participate, log in for participants, search for a participant to sponsor, or donate generally towards a MoveIn project.

For the Scarborough Prayer Journey, we’ll be walking through several patches, all situated around Morningside Park in Scarborough.

We'll be starting in Orton Park, walking through Kingston/Galloway, then through Danzig, heading north to Mornelle, and then finishing the loop by returning to Orton Park. Altogether the route is about 10K. There will be a 5K route available for families.

These patches are key areas in Scarborough in need of teams. 60% of Kingston-Galloway is made up of visible minorities. 50% of the residents are immigrants, with the majority of the residents from Jamaica, Sri Lanka, and Guyana. The route will take us past a few mosques that we are excited to enter into prayer for.

33% of people living in the community are considered low-income. While there are many detached houses and people of means in the community, they're in stark contrast to the many government co-ops and dilapidated apartment buildings present. 30% of the homes in this neighbourhood are single-parent homes.

This community is especially important as it received national attention in 2012 when a 14 year-old girl and a 23 year-old man lost their lives when shooters started firing at the community barbecue they were attending. Three men are now in prison for this, including a 17 year-old who was just sentenced this past December.

This community is still in mourning and is still haunted by these events, but we believe God can reclaim this community for His glory, and we’re excited to pray for His will to be done in Kingston-Galloway.


   MoveIn Vision Team
   3003 Danforth Ave | PO Box 93582 | Toronto ON M4C 5R4