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Day of Prayer for Victims of Human Trafficking and Freedom Sunday resources 

This year's Day of Prayer for Victims of Human Trafficking will be held on Sunday 25 September - please visit our International Headquarters anti-trafficking page here for Day of Prayer posters and resources. 

Freedom Sunday is a global day of worship, prayer and action on human trafficking. In 2016 it will be held on Sunday 16 October and Sunday 23 October. Please download our ecumenical resource pack for Freedom Sunday and a letter from Commissioner Marianne Adams.  

To download the Freedom Prayer in other languages, click below: 

Arabic Prayer

Dutch Prayer

French Prayer

German Prayer

Hindi Prayer

Indonesian Prayer

Italian Prayer

Korean Prayer

Liturgical Services of Worship

Portuguese Prayer

Prayer Resources

Prayer Stations Set 1

Prayer Stations Set 2

Punjabi Prayer

Simple Chinese Prayer

Slovak Prayer

Traditional Chinese Prayer

The last Sunday in September is set aside every year as The Salvation Army's Annual Day of Prayer for Victims of Human Trafficking, providing an important focal point for prayer to support people caught up in trafficking and those working among the victims. Every Salvation Army corps (church) and centre around the world is asked to make time on Sunday 25 September 2016 to offer focused prayer for The Salvation Army's ministry to trafficked people and to call on God to uplift the victims and change the hearts of those who gain financially from this modern-day slavery.

[We Will Not Be Silent] To support this day of prayer, materials are available here. Posters, sermons, and prayers and other helpful educational information – brought together in conjunction with the International Social Justice Commission and Women's Ministries – can be found on the site to help with preparation and publicity.      

Striking posters, designed by Berni Georges from International HQ Communications, feature the key verse that is being used for this year's day of prayer: 'We will not be silent' (Isaiah 42:22). Some viewers see the people in the posters as representing the victims of trafficking, to others the images are a challenge to 'unlock' their own mouths to speak out on behalf of those who have no voice.

All four posters are available in French, Spanish and Portuguese, or without text to allow for adaptation into other languages. As many copies as are needed can be downloaded from the website.