Angus Buchan calls national day of prayer on April 22 in Bloemfontein area [VIDEO]

A million praying believers wanted at ‘It Is Time’ event

Farmer evangelist Angus Buchan announced on Monday that an urgent national day of prayer for South Africa will be held on a farm in the Bloemfontein area from about 2pm on Saturday April 22.

Calling for a million South Africans from every part of the country to gather together to call on the Lord for peace, justice and hope in the country, he urged viewers of his special video announcement to cancel every other meeting on that day and make sure to be at the prayer day.

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  • The question many people are asking is: Where exactly will the prayer event take place? All that can be said at this stage is that it will be happening on a farm in the Bloemfontein area. Angus Buchan and members of his team will be looking at some 15 farms tomorrow (Friday March 3) which have been offered to him by their owners for use on the day. Buchan will announce the venue as soon as possible.
  • Listen to a special message broadcast by Angus Buchan to TBN in Africa viewers on Monday night (February 27 2017):

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“I really believe this is the last chance that we will have in South Africa to bring normality back to this beloved nation,” Buchan said in the video clip which followed another special video announcement released yesterday in which he promised to make an announcement today after the Lord had spoken to him during his run yesterday morning, saying: “It is time!”. In yesterday’s clip he also responded positively to another viral video clip released yesterday in which a farmer said South Africans were waiting for Buchan to call the nation together to pray.

George Carpenter of Shalom Ministries also notified Gateway News on Monday that a whatsapp message that has gone viral saying that Buchan is hosting a church service on DSTV Channel 343 [TBN in Africa] at 7pm on Monday night was inaccurate. In fact, TBN would be rebroadcasting the Sacred Assembly that was held at the FNB Stadium on November 19 2016. However, he said that Buchan would have something to say via telephone before the rebroadcast. [You can listen to Buchan’s special message by clicking the audio player in the LATEST DEVELOPMENTS panel to the right.]

In Monday’s special video announcement Buchan says he will provide the name and address “very soon” of the Bloemfontein area farm which will be the national prayer day venue.

“I have never been so excited in my life,” Buchan says in his announcement.

“We are tired of people taking the law into their own hands. “We are going to call upon The Lord to bring justice, peace and hope to our beloved South Africa.

“He says: ‘If my people who are called by My name’ – that is you and I, so I want to ask you to pray for us.”


  1. i don’t know how, but will be there as if it is the last thing i’ll do. God bless all the event organizers, but please if you can provide for the eldery and disabiled.

  2. Pieter van den Berg

    Good day can someone please tell me where my family and I will be able to camp, on Friday and Saturday nights, 21 – 22 April 2017. In order to attend the prayer day.


  3. Is it true that the event will not be televised or broadcast? So what about emergency personnel that can’t be there or others just not being able to go?? Are they excluded?from te event

  4. Pieter van den Berg

    Good day

    Thank for the information, but can anyone please assist me with a name of a caravan park or places name with ablution facilities for the prayer day (nights of 21-22 April)