January 16th —

February 9th, 2024

Our church has always been marked by a strong culture of prayer and blessed with powerful worship.

The heart of 24/24 is to combine those two strengths and ELEVATE us in this hour to meet the urgent need for fervent prayer.

Our traditional 21 days of corporate fasting and praying will be expanded to 24-hour prayer for 24 days in 2024.

Join us starting Tuesday, January 16th through Friday, February 9th during these two-hour prayer meetings led by our pastors and ministers.


  • 12am-2am
  • 2am-4am
  • 4am-6am
  • 6am-8am (prayer & worship)
  • 8am-10am
  • 10am-12pm
  • 12pm-2pm (prayer & worship)
  • 2pm-4pm
  • 4pm-6pm
  • 6pm-8pm (prayer & worship)
  • 8pm-10pm
  • 10pm-12am

Additional Resources

Thoughts on 24/24 Prayer

Twenty-four days of twenty-four hour prayer in the year 2024.  King’s Cathedral has been marked by a legacy of prayer since its early beginnings. Early morning prayer, or EMP, with both personal and corporate prayer times, was established by patriarch Dan Marocco then...

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What You Need to Know Before Fasting

1. Headaches, bad breath, and run down feelings are signs that the fast is working. During a time of fasting the body purifies itself, feeding off of impurities and pollutants in the body. After approximately three days the headaches begin to cease and after...

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Beginners Guide to Fasting

Everyone of importance in the Bible practiced fasting: Moses, David, Elijah, Esther, Daniel, Anna, Paul, Jesus, just to name a few. When Jesus taught on fasting, He would say “When you fast” not “If you fast”. He assumed that we would fast. We were created with...

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In the Old Testament, the Tabernacle was the dwelling place of God, built to His specifications, where He would meet His people. As they entered the Tabernacle, they passed through seven stations, following God’s instructions, to experience His presence. Today, even though we no longer need the physical Tabernacle to meet with God, these same steps can help us connect with Him. This prayer model will take us through each station of the Tabernacle and use the purpose of each station to guide our prayers.


The Lord’s Prayer is often recited in churches or at religious events, but there’s so much more to this prayer. Jesus provided this model as an outline to teach us how to pray in a way that connects us to God, aligns our priorities with His, and helps us live dependently on Him. This model takes us through each part of The Lord’s Prayer, showing us how to pray the way Jesus instructed.


Prayer is not only communion with God; it is also confrontation with the enemy. When Jesus was on the earth, He came face-to-face with the devil when He was tempted in the wilderness (see Matthew 4 and Luke 4), and every time the enemy tried to tempt Him, Jesus responded with a reference from the Bible. He used the Sword of Truth to defend Himself from the enemy’s attacks. In these exchanges, Jesus didn’t confront the devil as God. He confronted the devil as a man with the Word of God. We should do the same thing.

These spiritual warfare prayers and verses are examples we can use and adapt to our specific situations when we or someone we know is under attack from the devil.


The Prayer of Jabez is a helpful model of a prayer we can pray every day.



The Word of God is one of the most valuable tools we have to build a dynamic daily prayer life. It brings power, truth, and encouragement to our prayer time.



God desires everyone to know Him. He says in His Word that He would leave the ninety-nine to go after the one who doesn’t know Him. As followers of Christ, we are called to partner with Him in praying for those who don’t know Him to come to know Him.