public worship on the streets

WORSHIP WARFARE WEEK

After more than twenty years, Worship Warfare Week is still bringing hope and joy to the parks of NYC. WWW is a time of intercession for the city, with prophetic and spontaneous songs flowing from live public worship on the streets. It’s an action-packed and rewarding week of fun, praise, worship, dramas and powerful interactions with many tribes, tongues, and nations as we declare among the peoples that the Lord reigns (Ps 96).

Partnering with volunteers, churches and teams, we utilizes worship, drama, dance, personal testimonies, face-painting, and Prayer Stations to engage this great city with the powerful Gospel of Jesus. This missions trip is open to youth groups, families, college-age groups and individuals.

Here are the dates for August 2017!
Ministry time is from 2 pm thru 8pm!
  • Tuesday, Aug 15th:
    Tompkins Square Park, Ave A + 7 th St, NY,NY
  • Wednesday, Aug 16th:
    Moore Park, Elmhurst, NY
  • Thursday, Aug 17th:
    Maria Hernandez Park, Bushwick, NY

Want to learn more about this missions trip or interested in applying?Contact Us or send an email to: slm@streetlife.org

Also SLM provides year-round short term mission trips opportunities. If you’re interested in urban missions but these dates do not work, check out our Urban Impact Week.

Click here to get directions to the ministry sites.

Testimony

“Jose came up to us asking for prayer. At the time he was drinking and had not been home in three days. His addiction caused him to be estranged from his family. A team member shared her testimony telling how God restored her family and how He set her husband free from alcohol. This gave Jose hope to believe God for his life. He prayed to receive Jesus Christ and a Christian family took him into their home where they cared for him and discipled him. A year later, he volunteered with us during Worship Warfare Week and shared his testimony at the park where we first met him.

Worship Warfare Week New York City Mission Trips public worship on the streets