The Wave of Prayer is coming


We’re looking forward to Momentum coming to you in 2021 starting on Pentecost Sunday 23 May.

Here are some further details the year’s ‘Momentum- Wave of Prayer’ and how you can be involved.

  1. Video:  Please watch and share this with your congregation, why not share with people on Sunday?
  2. Church Guide: Some useful information how everyone including children can get involved in the ‘wave’
  3. Prayer Hubs:  Find out where you can join with others in prayer in your area.
  4. Follow the Wave:  Keep up with the wave of prayer as it moves around Wales and join the prayers.


Here is a three videos that takes us to our starting point where the first Baptist Church in Wales began.
Join us in Ilston as we explain a bit more about catching this prayer wave in 2021.

Explanation Video

Launch Video for Worship on 23rd May

Shorter Launch Video for use in Worship on 23 May


A special guide for churches has been put together and you can download a copy of this here.

Church Guide 2021

Prayer Hubs

The Wave of prayer has been finalised. Have a look to see when the wave breaks over your area.
  • Swansea – Pantygwydr – 25th May
  • Haverfordwest – Bethesda – 28th May
  • Newbridge on Wye – Pentref – 3rd June
  • Brecon – Kensington – 6th June
  • Bangor – Penrallt – 9th June
  • Risca – Moriah – 10th June
  • Griffithstown – Ebenezer – 16th June
  • Newport – Lliswerry – 19th June
  • Pontypridd – Temple – 22nd June
  • Whitchurch – Bethel – 24th June
  • Bryncethin – Nazareth – 26th June

Prayer Hubs will most likely take place via Zoom unless it is possible to gather in person.
All church contacts have been emailed further information on how to join their local Hub

If you would like more information please contact Karen Kaneen by email at  or Mobile: 0792752996

Follow the Wave

If you are on Facebook please like and share the special page below in order to receive regular updates, photos and prayers from around Wales. Watch the launch video on 23 May 2021 as we start the wave of prayer from Ilston in the Gower.

Daily Verse