Christians gathered in central London last night to pray for God to unite the church and change the spiritual climate of secular Britain.
It was the last prayer meeting by the organisers of the National Day of Prayer before the big event at Wembley Stadium this month.
Tens of thousands of Christians will gather at Wembley on 29 September to pray for the nation and revival in the church.
Tim Hughes, Matt Redman, Hillsong London and Graham Kendrick are among the artists leading worship on the day.
Hundreds of Christians met at the Emmanuel Centre in Westminster last night to pray for the success of the event.
Global Day of Prayer London Convener, Jonathan Oloyede, is playing a key role in the organisation of the Wembley event.
He told the crowd to pray that there would be “no empty seats” at Wembley.
He said: “A seismic shift is taking place across the British Isles and if the church unites across culture, creed, colour and class then there will be a spiritual climate change all around our nation.”
A NDOP app has been released so that people can keep up to date with the latest information while on the move.
Tickets and the app are available at ndopwembley.com