National Weekend of Prayer for Faith, Hope, & Life - May 14-16

The National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention’s National Weekend of Prayer for Faith, Hope, & Life is an annual event during which faith communities all across the country pledge to join in prayer for those who have been touched by suicide, those who are dealing with mental health concerns or feelings of hopelessness, and those who love and care for them.


With the lingering impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic being felt by communities throughout the country, faith leaders and faith communities have an especially important role to play in supporting those who may be struggling. The National Weekend of Prayer offers resources to help communities wherever they pray—at home, online, alone, or with others. Join the movement to empower faith communities nationwide to support those who are struggling and to promote hope, resiliency, and recovery.

  • Pledge. Pledge today to join the National Weekend of Prayer, and encourage others to pledge too.

  • Plan. Plan how you will incorporate the National Weekend of Prayer into your online services, groups, classes, outreach, and other efforts. Check out the sample prayer tools and other resources for ideas on how to address the topic in sensitive and caring ways.

  • Promote. Share information early and often with your members about your organization's participation in National Weekend of Prayer. Post your community's prayers for Faith, Hope & Life to social media using the hashtag #PrayFHL.

To learn more about National Weekend of Prayer for Faith, Hope, & Life, visit https://theactionalliance.org/faith-hope-life/national-weekend-of-prayer.


What is the Faith.Hope.Life. campaign?

The National Weekend of Prayer for Faith, Hope, & Life is one component of the Action Alliance's Faith.Hope.Life. campaign, which engages faith leaders and faith communities as partners in suicide prevention; equips them with tools and resources to join the movement; and strengthens their roles as counselors, promoters, and givers of hope, help, and healing.

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