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Praying Band

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  1. The ministry of the Singing and Praying Bands takes place in host churches, often at a camp meeting after an evening preaching service is over. Members line out a hymn, pray a prayer, and end with a spiritual in which the group forms a circle, marching counterclockwise out onto the church grounds.
  2. The Singing & Praying Bands of Maryland and Delaware practice a form of religious worship that encompasses one of the oldest, most historic African American performance traditions still active today. With origins in West African religion, Christianity, and African American ring shout traditions, singing and praying bands emerged throughout the Mid-Atlantic during slavery.
  3. The Prayer Boat are an Irish folk/indie band formed in in Blessington, Co. Wicklow. Their name is derived from a Hindu religious festival which takes place every year on the banks of the river Ganges where thousands of people burn incense and candles on small reed boats and float them down the river at night, the boats carrying their wishes and prayers.
  4. The Prayer Band is a group of people dedicated to the ministry of prayer and intercession. Our mission is to serve the Body of Christ locally and around the world by praying for their needs and requests.
  5. Praying Mantis (3) Praying Mantis are an English rock band. Although a part of the new wave of British heavy metal scene, they pursued a musical direction more .
  6. The movement was formed in London in DJ Neal Kay provided the platform for bands such as Praying Mantis, Iron Maiden, Samson and Angel Witch to air their music at The Bandwagon, a .
  7. Aug 23,  · - The Singing and Praying Bands of Delaware and Maryland (Eastern and Western Shore) belong to an African American devotional/musical tradition that is unique to the Delmarva region, probably the oldest living African American musical tradition in Delaware and Maryland.
  8. The Singing and Praying Bands of Maryland and Delaware are keeping alive one of the oldest surviving forms of African American worship, one that melds European and West African traditions. This form, which predates gospel, blues and jazz, is believed to have begun in the early nineteenth century with secret outdoor meetings of enslaved people.
  9. Mar 18,  · In the days leading up to her speaking engagement I kept her in my prayers. The night before she was to speak, I began my prayer by asking God to show me what to pray for. As I continued my prayer, I found myself praying that she would wake up on time. It was not what I planned on praying.

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