Thursday, May 28, 2009

First Ever Live Webcast of Pentecost Prayer Service From Jerusalem

/PRNewswire/ -- As Christians around the world once again turn their eyes toward Jerusalem during this year's Pentecost celebrations, IPrayTV will offer a virtual pilgrimage to those unable to attend in person. The event begins at 9:30 am, 11:30am and 7:30 pm on Friday, May 29th with continued coverage at the same time on Saturday May 30th. IPrayTV will deliver a live streaming video feed of the special holiday services in which Christians from around the world will congregate at the Prayer Tent, by the famous Seven Arches Hotel on Jerusalem's Mount of Olives. This feed will be available from their web site,, free to all viewers.

Pentecost is celebrated by Christians annually 50 days after Easter, as Christian believers mark the decent of the Holy Spirit upon the apostles. This day is also widely regarded as the birthday of the Church itself.

"Naturally it would be ideal if we could bring each and every believer to experience the Holy Land in person, but at least we now have the technology to bring them closer," said Mike Peros, Founder and CEO of IPrayTV. "Viewers in all parts of the world have been logging in year-round to strengthen their personal connection with these sites. It has been very rewarding to see that so many people share this desire and that they have been able to turn to IPrayTV on holidays and year-round as a meaningful spiritual resource."

IPrayTV is dedicated to linking ministries to Jerusalem and the Holy sites through its simulcast technology. Through the company's new video streaming technology, Christian pastors and ministries will be able to virtually connect to these Holy Land sites and deliver their sermons and biblical teaching.

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