Sabeel Prayer

Merciful and loving God, we give you thanks for the many blessings you have so graciously given us.
Thank you for your presence and guidance as we walk the way of peace.
Bless the work of Sabeel and its friends, local and international.
Guide its ecumenical, interfaith, and justice ministries.
Grant us all the courage to confront oppression.
Strengthen our commitment to the work of justice, peace, and reconciliation among all people and especially between Palestinians and Israelis.
Help us all to see your image in each other.
Empower us to stand up for truth and to respect the dignity of every human being.
And to you alone be glory and honor now and forever.


Sabeel’s Weekly Wave of Prayer

Each Thursday at noon in Jerusalem, Sabeel holds a Communion service that is open to the community.  It is a time to join together to discuss how the scriptures apply to our lives today, to pray for the needs of this region and our world and to share the Eucharist.

Following the 2006 Sabeel International Conference, the Friends of Sabeel coordinators met and discussed the idea of “Waves of Prayer.” The premise is that in their respective time zones, individuals and groups around the world will pray together at 12:00 on Thursdays, in solidarity with Sabeel in Jerusalem and with Friends of Sabeel worldwide.  Starting in the Pacific Islands, passing through Asia, Africa, Middle East, Europe, the Americas and on around the globe, we pray for peace with justice.

For the latest Wave of Prayer click here.


Ecumenical Prayer Vigil for Peace in the Middle East

The ACT Palestine Forum‘s Ecumenical Prayer Vigil began on 24 December 2012 and will continue across the globe, on the 24th of every month, until the Israeli occupation is dismantled, violence in the Middle East ends, and all can celebrate a just and lasting negotiated resolution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

Please join this prayer vigil for the Christian communities in Palestine and Israel, for all those who are suffering in the Holy Land, for Palestinians and Israelis, and for peace in the Middle East and the world.