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Annual Day of Prayer for Victims of Human Trafficking

 

The Salvation Army is deeply committed to fighting human trafficking in all of its forms. We seek to exercise care in restoring the freedom and dignity of those affected. Jesus taught that nobody should live in physical or spiritual bondage. Every year, The Salvation Army lives out its  commitment to fighting human trafficking with a day of prayer.

Globally, on Sunday 15th September, The Salvation Army will unite to pray for victims of human trafficking. This year’s theme is ‘Speak Out, Give Hope’ and draws on four ideas – Fear, Truth, Hope and Restoration – from Genesis 20.

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Together with The Freedom Partnership, we've pulled together some resources to assist you and your faith community to participate in the Annual Day of Prayer for Victims of Human Trafficking.

Download the full resource pack here

Download the prayer stations resource here

Download a responsive prayer here