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Coronation Prayer Day

What an amazing experience CCN had on April 15th declaring God’s KIngdom for King Charles’ Coronation and our nation!
60 children and leaders met together in Central London for worship and training. Holy Spirit was tangibly present as children worshipped and chose stickers that reflected who they are in God: ‘I am loved’, ‘I am God’s treasure’, ‘I am rooted’ were just a few messages that the children received.
Excitedly, we made our way to Westminster Abbey. What an amazing privilege to be greeted by Aaron on the team and to have a personal tour around the Abbey. We were shown huge favour, being given access to places that the public cannot enter. We spent time praying in the Edward the Confessor royal chapel, leaving messages for KIng Charles and Queen Camilla.
Watching the surprise on the tourists’ faces when it was announced that the Children and Leaders from CCN would be praying on the Cosmati Pavement was amazing! We all removed our shoes, being reminded that we were standing on holy ground. We stood on the Cosmati Pavement and prayed, inviting God’s presence, praying for King Charles and Queen Camilla, and declaring our nation to wake up and turn to Jesus as we turned to the North, South, East and West.
A spine tingling moment and a very special time, believing that the children’s prayers and declarations impact our nation as we have seen many times before!
Following our time at the Abbey, we prayed over Parliament, along Whitehall, stopping at Downing Street to blow bubbles of God’s blessing, wisdom and power for all those that govern. The Cenotaph gave us an opportunity to think about prayers for peace in our nation and for World Leaders that will be represented at the Coronation. At Horse Guards Parade, we had a fire tunnel where every child was prayed for, then the children prayed for their leaders, forming an arch over them. An amazing moment being touched by Holy Spirit as the general public wandered around us. There was time to give out our messages to people in the crowds and to share something of God’s goodness and love for them. Walking down The Mall, following the route that King Charles will travel for the Coronation was very special. The children talked about freedom There was a sense of joy and celebration as bubbles were blown – a sign of God’s blessing. Spontaneous singing broke out by the group, ‘We want to see Jesus lifted high’, as a large banner was waved made by the children.  Some of the people passing by joined in the singing and others stopped to talk about what was happening. We finished our journey standing in front of Buckingham Palace giving 3 cheers and waving a large flag with declarations for King Charles written on it.
What a fabulous day! Children prayed powerfully and have blessed King Charles and changed the future of our nation.
Our CCN Coronation card of messages received from God by the children for the King is now on the way to the palace. Look out for it on the windowsill of Buckingham Palace!


Throughout 2021, the Children Changing Nations teams have been creating prayer packs and sharing testimonies.  We are currently editing them to make them less time and date specific but they should be very useable in their current format.

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The Children Changing Nations team have been together since 2011.  We are a team of leaders from across England, mainly in the South.  All of us work with children and train leaders.
Nick Jackson
I’m Nick from Oxford and Powerpack Ministries. I’m married to Kath and have three children. A highlight for me has been to write prophetic messages for football players in the Queen’s Park Rangers dressing room. I also loved painting people’s portraits in the National Portrait Gallery, and telling them how valued and significant they are.
Jess Jenner
I’m Jess a children’s leader in Bromley, London who has started a new venture during 2020 ‘Together At Home’. When I first discovered Operation London back in 2012 I had to be involved. It is a privilege to release heaven alongside children.
Trevor Johnson
I have recently finished as children’s pastor for King’s Church (LifeSpring) in Horsham. I am married to Janet, who has also been involved from the start.  My lasting memory of Operation London was seeing a spectacular rainbow over a deserted Horse Guards Parade right at the end of the day. It was a reminder that we have an Awesome God who keeps his promises to us.
Linds Ledger
I was the Children’s Ministry Leader at Banbury Community Church, having previously been Deputy Head in two Oxfordshire Primary Schools and Acting Headteacher in one of them. My highlight from Operation London was at St Thomas’ Hospital. when the children prayed powerfully for children and their families. Also when staff gave prophetic words to the children.

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