Unity attracts the presence of God.

This is why we are gathering on this year’s Day of His Power (DOHP), to unite in worship and prayer as one Body of Christ.

DOHP is held yearly on the eve of National Day, where believers all across Singapore are invited to come together to pray and intercede for the nation.

While the 40.Day Prayer Season hopes to cultivate greater prayerfulness, DOHP is the climax of that season where believers from all across the island seek God together in united prayer.

When the day of Pentecost came, they were all together in one place. (Acts 2:1)

The Bible tells us that when the day of Pentecost happened, the believers were all gathered together. And we know from Acts 1:14 that they were constantly joining in prayer.

If we desire to see a move of the Holy Spirit in our nation and to see a revival in our generation, are we willing to come together and unite in prayer as one Church?

In 1978, the Church in Singapore came together for the Billy Graham Crusade. About 90% of the churches in Singapore contributed in one way or the other – whether as organisers, members of the choir, translators, inviters, ushers and clean-up crew.

The churches in Singapore did whatever it took to see the campaign happen, because they were desperate for a revival in Singapore. 

The event eventually saw 337,000 attendees, of which 20,000 people accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour. That became a pivotal moment in the history of Christianity in Singapore.

Singapore’s Christians now stand at another pivotal point. The growth rate of the Christian faith has dropped from 2% in previous decades to just 0.6% from 2010-2020.

Pastor Jeff Chong, Senior Pastor of Hope Singapore and Chairman of LoveSingapore, said this: “If we do nothing, the growth rate of Christians in Singapore will likely fall further in the next decade. If we do nothing, we risk losing the youths to the world. If we do nothing, we scorn the purpose for Singapore as the Antioch of Asia.”

In light of a situation like this, prayer shouldn’t be our last resort. It should be our first resort. We cannot underestimate the power of prayer.

“When we turn to God in prayer, He is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine,” affirmed Pastor Jeff Chong.

Last year, more than 5,000 believers gathered on DOHP to pray and intercede for Singapore at six different centres. This year, we are expecting more attendees with one additional centre.

There will be seven regional centres located in different parts of Singapore, so everyone can go to the centre nearest to them.

For Chinese-speaking believers, a Mandarin DOHP is also happening on 6 August, at St Andrew’s Cathedral from 7pm-9pm.

No registration is required for DOHP. Let’s make every effort to be there and unite with the larger Body of Christ, so that we can seek God’s face and pray for our nation together!

Where to gather for DOHP 2023

In English

  • August 8, 2023 | 8pm-10pm 
  • Seven regional prayer hubs (see below)
  • No registration required


Victory Family Centre Sembawang,

55 Sembawang Drive , S’pore 757614.


Living Sanctuary Brethren Church,

2 Hougang Street 22, S’pore 5538728.


Bethesda (Bedok-Tampines) Church,

300 Bedok North Avenue 3, S’pore 469717.

Lighthouse Evangelism,

1 Tampines Street 82, S’pore 528985.


Faith Community Baptist Church,

3 Marine Parade Central, S’pore 449409.


Church Of Our Saviour,

130 Margaret Drive, S’pore 149300.


Hope Singapore @ Jurong West,

5 Jurong West Street 74, S’pore 649151.