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Our non-profit organisation is dedicated to the setting up of annual prayer conferences in each County of the United Kingdom

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Janet Crane President of YPC 01347 822531

Frank Mwiko 07463640008

Adrian Dexter 07790030899

Alex Appiah 01439879927

Oluso Ransome Kuti 07723338646

Steve Weatherhill 03030402550

Website manager Shirley Howitt 07951389403


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To mobilize believers in Christ to pray for the healing of the Nation(UK).
By establishing Prayer conferences, through " County by County" and in all the Borough's of London.
That each County or Borough in the United kingdom holds a yearly Prayer Conference. Seeking God for the healing of the Nation, according to 2Chronicles 7v14.

The United kingdom prayer movement, relies exclusively on believers who have a heart to pray for the nation; and volunteers drawn from lay and ordained ministers of the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ, from a broad cross section of Bible believing Churches.

Pastor Frank Mwiko, has been serving the Lord for 40 years, 36 years in full time ministry.
25 years in Zambia and 11years in the United kingdom.
He has served on the national leadership of the "Pentecostal Assemblies of God Zambia", as the District Superintendent, as well as the General Treasurer of the Pentecostal Assemblies of God Zambia.
He is married with five grown up children.
He also pastors a church in Crystal palace, London.

Contact email: frank.UKPrayermovement.net@gmail.com




Have your ever considered how much difference your prayers could make as you stand in the gap for the transformation of a nation.


Other ways you can help!!

  •  Attend your county's yearly  prayer conference -  
    Your presence is very welcome!!
  •  Donate (Find out how your money will be used!)
  •  Become a member


Our team relies exclusively on volunteer help and is drawn from lay and ordained people from across a broad cross section of churches. We're always happy to welcome new volunteers who have a passion to see this nation changed and who are willing to stand in the gap, as intercessors, praying for revival and transformation in the nation.