A Quick Overview: What can you do?

Will you partner in prayer & evangelism to awaken and bless your local city area?

“I looked for someone among them who would build up the wall
and stand before me in the gap on behalf of the land…'” Ezekial 22:29-30

Jesus is awakening His people to pray for our local cities and share the gospel with those around us and to collaborate in social transformation. Jesus is turning our hearts to love our neighbours and each other. Our local cities will see the light when we are one and let Jesus’ love shine through us.

In this paper we use an inclusive Biblical term, “local city” to refer to each of Australia’s 546 Local Council City Areas and 7 Offshore Territories. (Listed Below.)

Will you join ongoing, united prayer for the harvest in your local city – praying for harvest workers, souls and social transformation? Will you pray for and engage with your local city council & local community, businesses & services? Will you pray for and engage with your local state and federal government members and their State and Federal values, laws, policies and services? 

Do you know local prayer leaders who can help connect the body of Christ to pray for your local city? Your local city prayer leader may be a pastor, or known by local pastors, or they may not yet be recognised. Pray you discern who God has anointed to connect His people in prayer for your local city. Many of the emerging leaders in this awakening are under 35!

Partners in Prayer & Evangelism offers a global map where you can register your local prayer groups and local prayer coordinator’s contact details – so you can connect locally. Register at and contact

Summary of Fuller Content below:

  • Why pray for your local city?
  • Why focus on local cities?
  • Why identify leaders who connect prayer in your local city?
  • Why is Partners in Prayer & Evangelism (PIPES) issuing this call?
  • Who connects others to pray for your local city?
  • List of Australia’s (546) Local Council Areas and (7) Offshore Territories

volunteer with arm raised at sunsetWhy pray for your local city?

But seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the LORD on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare.”  Jeremiah 29:7 ESV

In 1747 Jonathan Edwards summed up the First Great Awakening and stirred the Second, in his publication, “An humble attempt to promote explicit agreement and visible union of God’s people in extraordinary prayer for the revival of religion and the advancement of Christ’s Kingdom on earth, pursuant to Scripture-promises and prophecies concerning the last time.”  As his primary text, he used Zechariah’s call for the citizens of cities to pray, Thus saith the LORD of Hosts, ‘It shall yet come to pass, that there shall come People, and the Inhabitants of many Cities; and the Inhabitants of one City shall go to another, saying, Let us go speedily to pray before the LORD, and to seek the LORD of Hosts: I will go also. Yea, many People and strong Nations shall come to seek the LORD of Hosts in Jerusalem, and to pray before the LORD.’” Zechariah 8:20-22 KJV

Visualise this in our time through this Word from Brian Mills, (UK, 2017)

“I will bring a great and glorious move of My Holy Spirit. It is imminent. When your hearts break open to Me, I will break open the heavens over you! You will see with your eyes what I can do even in the darkness that seems to prevail around you. Nothing will hinder My strong arm as I penetrate darkness with My Spirit. Even as I brought the city of Nineveh to repentance and conversion, so I will blanket entire cities with My glory! Believe and you will see! The move of My Spirit means that all things are possible. Watch what I will do with media, for they will broadcast to the nations the miracles of My hand. The Son of Glory will yet be famous again for His mighty works!

Praying men and women will partner with worshippers to bring an atmosphere over the cities. One city will remain in darkness while another will burst forth with light, life, and love! Am I not more than enough to do this? Many have longed to see what your eyes will soon witness. A hunger for My presence will consume you as I blanket cities with My glory.

Ask of Me, and I will give you cities of the nations as your inheritance! Ask in faith, knowing that there is no such thing as impossibility to Me! I will bring healing. And a river of salvation will flow in the cities of your nation.” 

Why focus on local cities?

There is a reason why you live where you do. “And he made from one man every nation of mankind to live on all the face of the earth, having determined allotted periods and the boundaries of their dwelling place, that they should seek God, and perhaps feel their way toward him and find him.” Acts 17:26-27 ESV

When we pray for our local city, Jesus’ words suddenly become grounded and applied.  A local city focus gives us a simple definition of who our neighbour is. Our neighbour are real people, who are hurting and lost. The challenge to love our neighbours can help us recognise our resistance to following Jesus is real. Our knowledge of the gospel needs to get real and our use of God’s gifts need to be real so we become salt and light. “You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden.” Matthew 5:14 Our focus on local cities immediately centres us on praying for harvest workers and souls to be saved. (Matthew 18:14)

In restoring his city, Nehemiah had the people rebuild the broken walls near their houses. (Nehemiah 2) Jesus said we are to love our neighbour (Mark 12:31) and make disciples (Matthew 28:19) and specified how to pray and see His kingdom come to a local area.  (Luke 10:1-37)

Simple logic begs local churches to link with each other as one  – for the sake of our local cities. “that they may all be one, just as you, Father, are in me, and I in you, that they also may be in us, so that the world may believe that you have sent me.” John 17:21 Local cities need local churches to love one another and pray together with Christ in our midst so we become light in our world. “A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another. By this all people will know that you are my disciples if you have love for one another.” John 13:34-35

Local cities need local churches to release the people of God – to prayer walk our immediate neighbourhoods; to gather with neighbours as local houses of prayer and for local congregations to love each other and function as Jesus’ one church in our local area. There is great power when two or three local churches pray for their local city together and declare through prayer and public voice, their agreement with God’s will for their city. “Again I say to you, if two of you agree on earth about anything they ask, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.” Matthew 18:19-20

As the ‘one’ church in our local city we need local mobilisation and strategies for sharing the good news of who Jesus is and all He offers. These are examples of local disciple equipping available in Australia:,

We need to prepare, as the one church in our local city, for the imminent wave of converts who will need discipling. To relate effectively and authentically relate to and disciple new followers of Jesus, we urgently need to adapt some of the ways we do ‘church’.

5 Steps to Transformation is a related paper that describes a progressive sequence of strategies for cultivating prayer for local cities and an extensive reference list of city transformation literature. Together, as the one church in our local city we can discern and implement God’s unique strategy for transforming our local cities into alignment with His kingdom purpose for us.  Local cities experience transformation when local churches recognise they have mutual spiritual authority and responsibility to pray for their shared territory and discern their individual and collaborative parts in God’s local plan for how to serve and reach the local people with God’s love and the good news of the gospel.

We have focused this call to prayer for local cities across Australia because local council areas are easily recognisable territories, with relatively stable boundaries, intentional population distribution and distinct characteristics. [See list below] Local councils are our closest tier of government – dealing with local issues. It is easy to gain local data on municipalities (from Wikipedia, council websites, census data, National Church Life Survey, historical societies etc). A focus on local cities makes for easy access for gatherings and and to maintain local relationships through local schools, coffee houses, churches, pastor’s networks etc. Local cities gather us as local community at celebratory events (Australia Day – welcoming immigrants and commemorating citizen awards, National Day of Prayer & Fasting, ANZAC, Easter, Thanks Day, NAIDOC, Remembrance Day, Christmas carols etc)

What begins locally – impacts broadly. (Acts 1:8) “After this, the church all over Judea, Galilee, and Samaria experienced a season of peace. The congregations grew larger and larger, with the believers being empowered and encouraged by the Holy Spirit. They worshiped God in wonder and awe and walked in the fear of the Lord.” Acts 9:31 TPT

Why identify leaders who connect prayer in your local city?

“I looked for someone among them who would build up the wall and stand before me in the gap on behalf of the land, so I would not have to destroy it, but I found no one.” Ezekiel 22:30 ESV

Your recognition of your local city prayer coordinators will help you shift from a personal or local church focus  – to praying for the community  around you. Our Father’s heart is for the lost, perishing around us. (Matthew 18:14)

Local prayer coordinators serve across the body of Christ rather than within local church or denominational structures. They can help us discern and act upon Jesus’ kingdom purposes, priorities and strategies for our local area. Like the trumpeter on Nehemiah’s wall, these leaders help communicate what the watchmen are discerning.

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People who connect us in prayer are like the knots in the net. Knots bring together, connects, shapes and strengthens the separate parts – so the harvest is held and the points scored! Collaboration can move forward cohesively if a local prayer coordinator is recognised (known, chosen based on relationship, trusted) by the local churches as the person who can help people initiate or join local prayer groups. They can contribute to the  organisation of times of  local united prayer & worship. See: Tips from Andrew Scarborough on how to host this.

Local prayer coordinators can help identify needs and stimulate mutual discernment about the historic influences and God’s purposed destiny for the local community, gifts, assets and God’s strategy to see His kingdom reign there.

Local prayer coordinators can build relationship with the local Council and attend council meetings so they are aware of local issues, needs, decisions and plans, and can support the local prayer groups to pray for the Council, the local State and Federal government representatives, and the services and population in their council area. A prayer coordinator, along with united local pastors and other elders, can help the local Church become a welcome, influential presence in their community.

Why is Partners in Prayer & Evangelism (PIPES) issuing this call?

We have felt God’s call to help raise prayer in local areas across Australia but recently there is a sense of urgent momentum – evidence of local and global awakening.

As PIPES, we simply connect people to God, their Source so they can overflow His love to their neighbours. We help connect the parts so we function as the body of Christ under Jesus’ Headship, to bring glory to the Father. Together we will fulfill the greatest commandments and the great commission of Jesus!

God has given us a simple tool  – a global map and 24/7 calendar – so local churches and local prayer groups can easily connect.  Helping you appoint local city prayer coordinators is the next step in the strategy we have been given.

You can see the prayer groups in your area and register your prayer groups and local city prayer coordinators on the global map at

We invite you to recognise the people who are connecting prayer in  your local area and invite them to register. These prayer coordinators will not work for PIPES. To serve the Lord and connect His body in prayer for your local area, they need to be recognised and in relationship with local church leaders. We are not asking you to appoint ‘anyone’ to fill slots. We are inviting you to wait on the Lord and recognise what the Father is doing amongst you now. If you feel called to be a local prayer coordinator – discuss this with your pastor and local leaders and contact us: Sue Tinworth

Who connects others to pray for your local city?

There are many different kinds of local city prayer leaders. We have listed some of these to help you recognise what may be happening in your local area:

  1.  Local Watchmen teams and Intercessor groups, with people from across the body of Christ, pray for their local city/municipality/region. They are crucial faithful forerunners, who God uses to awaken the Church and prepare the way. Often they are unrecognised and are serving God’s purposes in a local city where united prayer and city gatekeepers have not yet formed.

We honour watchmen teams and intercessory groups and invite their leaders to register at So groups can be easily found on the website, identify your group with the name of the municipality and a term that describes you. e.g. “City of Whitehorse Intercessors” . Include the name and email address of your pastor.

We say, “the more prayer the better”and so hope you will see multiple prayer leaders and groups in your local city. You can look for other locals on the map or by searching on the website for your council by name. Please contact each other, learn each other’s specific focus & function, pray for each other and collaborate as God leads. If there are no prayer groups in your area – then start one! See 5 Steps to Transformation.

  1. Local congregations pray together for their local city. Sometimes the person who mobilises local congregations to pray together is a pastor of one of these local churches or someone the pastor appoints. There is great power when the body of Christ pray together for Jesus’ awakening, for harvest workers and souls to be saved in their municipality and across Australia.

“Praying together” has many forms:

  • People prayer walking assigned blocks in their neighbourhoods – in a strategy that covers the area around their church or across the local city in prayer every week.
  • Prayer & worship gatherings – e.g. quarterly or annually See: Regional Awakenings
  • Shared prayer points. These points could be generic, seasonal or specific to God’s strategy to address local city destiny.
  • Connecting night and day prayer over the area. This can be done for a specific day or become 24/7 continuous prayer– with 31 local churches or groups each hosting one day and night of prayer each month. See examples in Step 3: Community Prayer in 5 Steps to Transformation.

We invite recognised prayer leaders who are connecting local congregations from multiple churches in one area to pray together, to register at Title your group with the name of the municipality and a description e.g. “City of Whitehorse Churches Praying Together.”  Include the name and email address of your pastor/local city elder. Registering will help you find other congregations who may join you in praying for your local city.

  1. God’s local city elders are led by the Holy Spirit to implement God’s vision for their local city. These are spiritual “elders” who watch over and guard the “gates”of the local city – and pray for God’s governance and against the schemes of the enemy that may seek to infiltrate.By “gates” we mean the entry points to the city. This includes entry via roads, railway stations and airports but also includes the gates of the social spheres of government, business education etc – and the entry of legislation, ideological strongholds, town planning, business investment & employment, immigrants, new church plants, fresh moves of God.

“Elders” at the gate include apostles, prophets, shepherds, evangelists, teacher from across the body of Christ. They may be serving as pastors, intercessors and leaders of government, business, education (etc). They may not yet be formally recognised as “city elders” but you will recognise them if you look for the humble, faithful, loving spiritual fathers & mothers who are working together to build the kingdom in their local region. Local city gatekeepers recognise each other and build relationships through Spirit-led connections, local pastor’s fellowship, Christian gatherings or networks etc. Local elders are drawn together by Jesus’ love for His Church in the local city and our Father’s heart for the local people. Many young leaders (under 35 years) are being raised by God with an eldership calling over regions.  Many of these are already shepherding God’s movements among young people.

Local city elders will help connect local congregations to pray together. They may  identify a coordinating person who connects prayer in the local city and ask that person to register at If you have the support of a group of local gatekeepers – please indicate this in your title, e.g. “Maroondah Local City Elders: Prayer Coordinator.” Include the name and email address of one of these gatekeepers.

  1. Leaders coordinate prayer for all kinds of territories and people groups. We have chosen the term “local cities” as a consistent way to list areas needing prayer, but God raises prayer in smaller and larger territories. Some of you connect prayer in your nation, state, citywide or suburb, town, neighbourhood or in specific spheres (government, schools) or for specific people groups (Indigenous people, Israel). Some may do this as part of a prayer or ministry network. Sometimes there will be more than one person coordinating prayer in a local city.

We encourage all to register so you can meet each other and work in collaboration, respecting each other’s specific part. When you register at please include name, mobile, email, role, network (if relevant) and the suburb, local cities, region or sphere and the name and email address of your pastor/local elder. Examples: “Prayer Watch Coordinator, Tasmania” “Coordinator, Victorian Indigenous Prayer Network.” Registering will help you find other local groups who want to pray in unity for their local city.

Gather with others in prayer for your local city. Register your prayer times so others can join you:

List of Australia’s 546 Local Council Areas and 7 Offshore Territories


Local Council Areas







Local City Prayer Coordinators


1. ACT State Government ACT
Leaders coordinating prayer for NSW
Leaders coordinating prayer for Sydney
2.  Albury City Council NSW
3. Armidale Regional Council NSW
4. Ballina Shire Council NSW
5. Balranald Shire Council NSW
6. Bathurst Regional Council NSW
7. Bayside Council NSW
8.  Bega Valley Shire Council NSW
9.  Bellingen Shire Council NSW
10. Berrigan Shire Council NSW
11.  Blacktown City Council NSW
12. Bland Shire Council NSW
13.  Blayney Shire Council NSW
14. Blue Mountains City Council NSW
15. Bogan Shire Council NSW
16. Bourke Shire Council NSW
17. Brewarrina Shire Council NSW
18. Broken Hill City Council NSW
19.  Burwood Council NSW
20.  Byron Shire Council NSW
21.   Cabonne Council NSW
22.   Camden Council NSW
23. Campbelltown City Council NSW
24.        Canterbury-Bankstown Council NSW
25.        Carrathool Shire Council NSW
26.        Central Coast Council






27.        Central Darling Shire Council NSW
28.        Cessnock City Council NSW
29.        City of Canada Bay Council NSW
30.        City of Parramatta Council NSW
31.        City of Ryde Council NSW
32.        City of Sydney Council NSW
33.        Clarence Valley Council NSW
34.        Cobar Shire Council NSW
35.        Coffs Harbour City Council NSW
36.        Coolamon Shire Council NSW
37.        Coonamble Shire Council NSW
38.        Cootamundra-Gundagai Council NSW
39.        Cowra Council NSW
40.        Cumberland Council NSW
41.        Dubbo Regional Council NSW
42.        Dungog Shire Council NSW
43.        Edward River Council NSW
44.        Eurobodalla Shire Council NSW
45.        Fairfield City Council NSW
46.        Federation Council NSW
47.        Forbes Shire Council NSW
48.        Georges River Council NSW
49.        Gilgandra Shire Council NSW
50.        Glen Innes Severn Council NSW
51.        Goulburn Mulwaree Council NSW
52.        Greater Hume Shire Council NSW
53.        Griffith City Council NSW
54.        Gunnedah Shire Council NSW
55.        Gwydir Shire Council NSW
56.        Hawkesbury City Council NSW
57.        Hay Shire Council NSW
58.        Hilltops Council NSW
59.        Hornsby Shire Council NSW
60.        Hunter’s Hill Council NSW
61.        Inner West Council NSW
62.        Inverell Shire Council NSW
63.        Junee Shire Council NSW
64.        Kempsey Shire Council NSW
65.        Kiama Municipal Council NSW
66.        Ku-ring-gai Council NSW
67.        Kyogle Council NSW
68.        Lachlan Shire Council NSW
69.        Lake Macquarie City Council NSW
70.        Lane Cove Council NSW
71.        Leeton Shire Council NSW
72.        Lismore City Council NSW
73.        Lithgow City Council NSW
74.        Liverpool City Council NSW
75.        Liverpool Plains Shire Council NSW
76.        Lockhart Shire Council NSW
77.        Maitland City Council NSW
78.        Mid-Western Regional Council NSW
79.        MidCoast Council NSW
80.        Moree Plains Shire Council NSW
81.        Mosman Municipal Council NSW
82.        Murray River Council NSW
83.        Murrumbidgee Council NSW
84.        Muswellbrook Shire Council NSW
85.        Nambucca Shire Council NSW
86.        Narrabri Shire Council NSW
87.        Narrandera Shire Council NSW
88.        Narromine Shire Council NSW
89.        Newcastle City Council NSW
90.        North Sydney Council NSW
91.        Northern Beaches Council NSW
92.        Oberon Council NSW
93.        Orange City Council NSW
94.        Parkes Shire Council NSW
95.        Penrith City Council NSW
96.        Port Macquarie-Hastings Council NSW
97.        Port Stephens Council NSW
98.        Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council NSW
99.        Randwick City Council NSW
100.     Richmond Valley Council NSW
101.     Shellharbour City Council NSW
102.     Shoalhaven City Council NSW
103.     Singleton Council NSW
104.     Snowy Monaro Regional Council NSW
105.     Snowy Valleys Council NSW
106.     Strathfield Council NSW
107.     Sutherland Shire Council NSW
108.     Tamworth Regional Council NSW
109.     Temora Shire Council NSW
110.     Tenterfield Shire Council NSW
111.     The Hills Shire Council NSW
112.     Tweed Shire Council NSW
113.     Upper Hunter Shire Council NSW
114.     Upper Lachlan Shire Council NSW
115.     Uralla Shire Council NSW
116.     Wagga Wagga City Council NSW
117.     Walcha Council NSW
118.     Walgett Shire Council NSW
119.     Warren Shire Council NSW
120.     Warrumbungle Shire Council NSW
121.     Waverley Council NSW
122.     Weddin Shire Council NSW
123.     Wentworth Shire Council NSW
124.     Willoughby City Council NSW
125.     Wingecarribee Shire Council NSW
126.     Wollondilly Shire Council NSW
127.     Wollongong City Council NSW
128.     Woollahra Municipal Council NSW
129.     Yass Valley Council NSW
130.     Alice Springs Town Council NT
Leaders coordinating prayer for Northern Territory


131.     Alyangula NT
132.     Barkly Regional Council NT
133.     Belyuen Community Government Council NT
134.     Central Desert Regional Council NT
135.     Coomalie Community Govmt Council NT
136.     Darwin Rates Act Area (East Arm) NT
137.     Darwin, City of NT
138.     East Arnhem Regional Council NT
139.     Katherine Town Council NT
140.     Litchfield Council NT
141.     MacDonnell Regional Council NT
142.     Nhulunbuy Corporation NT
143.     Palmerston, City of NT
144.     Roper Gulf Regional Council NT
145.     Tiwi Islands Regional Council NT
146.     Unincorporated Top End Region (Finnis-Mary) NT
147.     Victoria Daly Regional Council NT
148.     Wagait Shire Council NT
149.     West Arnhem Regional Council NT
150.     West Daly Regional Council NT
151.     Yulara NT
 Leaders coordinating prayer for QLD
Leaders coordinating prayer for Brisbane
152.     Aurukun Shire Council QLD
153.     Balonne Shire Council QLD
154.     Banana Shire Council QLD
155.     Barcaldine Regional Council QLD
156.     Barcoo Shire Council QLD
157.     Blackall-Tambo Regional Council QLD
158.     Boulia Shire Council QLD
159.     Brisbane City Council QLD
160.     Bulloo Shire Council QLD
161.     Bundaberg Regional Council QLD
162.     Burdekin Shire Council QLD
163.     Burke Shire Council QLD
164.     Cairns Regional Council QLD
165.     Carpentaria Shire Council QLD
166.     Cassowary Coast Regional Council QLD
167.     Central Highlands Regional Council QLD
168.     Charters Towers Regional Council QLD
169.     Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council QLD
170.     Cloncurry Shire Council QLD
171.     Cook Shire Council QLD
172.     Croydon Shire Council QLD
173.     Diamantina Shire Council QLD
174.     Doomadgee Aboriginal Shire Council QLD
175.     Douglas Shire Council QLD
176.     Etheridge Shire Council QLD
177.     Flinders Shire Council QLD
178.     Fraser Coast Regional Council QLD
179.     Gladstone Regional Council QLD
180.     Gold Coast City Council QLD
181.     Goondiwindi Regional Council QLD
182.     Gympie Regional Council QLD
183.     Hinchinbrook Shire Council QLD
184.     Hope Vale Aboriginal Shire Council QLD
185.     Ipswich City Council QLD
186.     Isaac Regional Council QLD
187.     Kowanyama Aboriginal Shire Council QLD
188.     Livingstone Shire Council QLD
189.     Lockhart River Aboriginal Shire Council QLD
190.     Lockyer Valley Regional Council QLD
191.     Logan City Council QLD
192.     Longreach Regional Council QLD
193.     Mackay Regional Council QLD
194.     Mapoon Aboriginal Shire Council QLD
195.     Maranoa Regional Council QLD
196.     Mareeba Shire Council QLD
197.     McKinlay Shire Council QLD
198.     Moreton Bay Regional Council QLD
199.     Mornington Shire Council QLD
200.     Mount Isa City Council QLD
201.     Murweh Shire Council QLD
202.     Napranum Aboriginal Shire Council QLD
203.     Noosa Shire Council QLD
204.     North Burnett Regional Council QLD
205.     Northern Peninsula Area Regional Council QLD
206.     Palm Island Aboriginal Shire Council QLD
207.     Paroo Shire Council QLD
208.     Pormpuraaw Aboriginal Shire Council QLD
209.     Quilpie Shire Council QLD
210.     Redland City Council QLD
211.     Richmond Shire Council QLD
212.     Rockhampton Regional Council QLD
213.     Scenic Rim Regional Council QLD
214.     Somerset Regional Council QLD
215.     South Burnett Regional Council QLD
216.     Southern Downs Regional Council QLD
217.     Sunshine Coast Regional Council QLD
218.     Tablelands Regional Council QLD
219.     Toowoomba Regional Council QLD
220.     Torres Shire Council QLD
221.     Torres Strait Island Regional Council QLD
222.     Townsville City Council QLD
223.     Western Downs Regional Council QLD
224.     Whitsunday Regional Council QLD
225.     Winton Shire Council QLD
226.     Woorabinda Aboriginal Shire Council QLD
227.     Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council QLD
228.     Yarrabah Aboriginal Shire Council QLD
Leaders coordinating prayer  for South Australia

Leaders coordinating prayer for Adelaide





229.     Adelaide Hills Council SA
230.     Adelaide Plains Council SA
231.     Alexandrina Council SA
232.     Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara SA
233.     Barunga West Council SA
234.     Berri Barmera Council SA
235.     Campbelltown City Council SA
236.     City of Adelaide SA
237.     City of Burnside SA
238.     City of Charles Sturt SA
239.     City of Holdfast Bay SA
240.     City of Marion SA
241.     City of Mitcham SA
242.     City of Mount Gambier SA
243.     City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters SA
244.     City of Onkaparinga SA
245.     City of Playford SA
246.     City of Port Adelaide Enfield SA
247.     City of Port Lincoln SA
248.     City of Prospect SA
249.     City of Salisbury SA
250.     City of Tea Tree Gully SA
251.     City of Unley SA
252.     City of Victor Harbor SA
253.     City of West Torrens SA
254.     City of Whyalla SA
255.     Clare & Gilbert Valleys Council SA
256.     Coorong District Council SA
257.     Copper Coast Council SA
258.     Corporation of the Town of Walkerville SA
259.     District Council of Ceduna SA
260.     District Council of Cleve SA
261.     District Council of Coober Pedy SA
262.     District Council of Elliston SA
263.     District Council of Franklin Harbour SA
264.     District Council of Grant SA
265.     District Council of Karoonda East Murray SA
266.     District Council of Kimba SA
267.     District Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula SA
268.     District Council of Loxton Waikerie SA
269.     District Council of Mount Remarkable SA
270.     District Council of Orroroo Carrieton SA
271.     District Council of Peterborough SA
272.     District Council of Robe SA
273.     District Council of Streaky Bay SA
274.     District Council of Tumby Bay SA
275.     District Council of Yankalilla SA
276.     Kangaroo Island Council SA
277.     Kingston District Council SA
278.     Light Regional Council SA
279.     Mid Murray Council SA
280.     Mount Barker District Council SA
281.     Municipal Council of Roxby Downs SA
282.     Naracoorte Lucindale Council SA
283.     Northern Areas Council SA
284.     Port Augusta City Council SA
285.     Port Pirie Regional Council SA
286.     Regional Council of Goyder SA
287.     Renmark Paringa Council SA
288.     Southern Mallee District Council SA
289.     Tatiara District Council SA
290.     The Barossa Council SA
291.     The Flinders Ranges Council SA
292.     The Rural City of Murray Bridge SA
293.     Town of Gawler SA
294.     Wakefield Regional Council SA
295.     Wattle Range Council SA
296.     Wudinna District Council SA
297.     Yorke Peninsula Council SA
Leaders coordinating prayer for Tasmania
298.     Break O’Day TAS
299.     Brighton TAS
300.     Burnie TAS
301.     Central Coast TAS
302.     Central Highlands TAS
303.     Circular Head TAS
304.     Clarence TAS
305.     Derwent Valley TAS
306.     Devonport TAS
307.     Dorset TAS
308.     Flinders TAS
309.     George Town TAS
310.     Glamorgan-Spring Bay TAS
311.     Glenorchy TAS
312.     Hobart TAS
313.     Huon Valley TAS
314.     Kentish TAS
315.     King Island TAS
316.     Kingborough TAS
317.     Latrobe TAS
318.     Launceston TAS
319.     Meander Valley TAS
320.     Northern Midlands TAS
321.     Sorell TAS
322.     Southern Midlands TAS
323.     Tasman TAS
324.     Waratah-Wynyard TAS
325.     West Coast TAS
326.     West Tamar TAS
327.     Alpine Shire Council VIC
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328.     Ararat Rural City Council VIC
329.     Ballarat City Council VIC
330.     Banyule City Council VIC
331.     Bass Coast Shire Council VIC
332.     Baw Baw Shire Council VIC
333.     Bayside City Council VIC
334.     Benalla Rural City Council VIC
335.     Boroondara City Council VIC
336.     Borough of Queenscliffe VIC
337.     Brimbank City Council VIC
338.     Buloke Shire Council VIC
339.     Campaspe Shire Council VIC
340.     Cardinia Shire Council VIC
341.     Casey City Council VIC
342.     Central Goldfields Shire Council VIC
343.     Colac Otway Shire Council VIC
344.     Corangamite Shire Council VIC
345.     Darebin City Council VIC
346.     East Gippsland Shire Council VIC
347.     Frankston City Council VIC
348.     Gannawarra Shire Council VIC
349.     Glen Eira City Council VIC
350.     Glenelg Shire Council VIC
351.     Golden Plains Shire Council VIC
352.     Greater Bendigo City Council VIC
353.     Greater Dandenong City Council VIC
354.     Greater Geelong City Council VIC
355.     Greater Shepparton City Council VIC
356.     Hepburn Shire Council VIC
357.     Hindmarsh Shire Council VIC
358.     Hobsons Bay City Council VIC
359.     Horsham Rural City Council VIC
360.     Hume City Council VIC
361.     Indigo Shire Council VIC
362.     Kingston City Council VIC
363.     Knox City Council VIC
364.     Latrobe City Council VIC
365.     Loddon Shire Council VIC
366.     Macedon Ranges Shire Council VIC
367.     Manningham City Council VIC
368.     Mansfield Shire Council VIC
369.     Maribyrnong City Council VIC
370.     Maroondah City Council VIC
371.     Melbourne City Council VIC
372.     Melton City Council VIC
373.     Mildura Rural City Council VIC
374.     Mitchell Shire Council VIC
375.     Moira Shire Council VIC
376.     Monash City Council VIC
377.     Moonee Valley City Council VIC
378.     Moorabool Shire Council VIC
379.     Moreland City Council VIC
380.     Mornington Peninsula Shire Council VIC
381.     Mount Alexander Shire Council VIC
382.     Moyne Shire Council VIC
383.     Murrindindi Shire Council VIC
384.     Nillumbik Shire Council VIC
385.     Northern Grampians Shire Council VIC
386.     Port Phillip City Council VIC
387.     Pyrenees Shire Council VIC
388.     South Gippsland Shire Council VIC
389.     Southern Grampians Shire Council VIC
390.     Stonnington City Council VIC
391.     Strathbogie Shire Council VIC
392.     Surf Coast Shire Council VIC
393.     Swan Hill Rural City Council VIC
394.     Towong Shire Council VIC
395.     Wangaratta Rural City Council VIC
396.     Warrnambool City Council VIC
397.     Wellington Shire Council VIC
398.     West Wimmera Shire Council VIC
399.     Whitehorse City Council VIC
400.     Whittlesea City Council VIC
401.     Wodonga City Council VIC
402.     Wyndham City Council VIC
403.     Yarra City Council VIC
404.     Yarra Ranges Shire Council VIC
405.     Yarriambiack Shire Council VIC
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406.     Albany City Council WA
407.     Albany City Council WA
408.     Armadale City Council WA
409.     Ashburton Shire Council WA
410.     Augusta Margaret River Shire Council WA
411.     Bassendean Town Council WA
412.     Bayswater City Council WA
413.     Belmont City Council WA
414.     Beverley Shire Council WA
415.     Boddington Shire Council WA
416.     Boyup Brook Shire Council WA
417.     Bridgetown-Greenbushes Shire Council WA
418.     Brookton Shire Council WA
419.     Broome Shire Council WA
420.     Broomehill-Tambellup Shire Council WA
421.     Bruce Rock Shire Council WA
422.     Bunbury City Council WA
423.     Busselton City Council WA
424.     Cambridge Town Council WA
425.     Canning City Council WA
426.     Capel Shire Council WA
427.     Carnamah Shire Council WA
428.     Carnarvon Shire Council WA
429.     Chapman Valley Shire Council WA
430.     Chittering Shire Council WA
431.     Christmas Island Shire Council WA
432.     Claremont Town Council WA
433.     Cockburn City Council WA
434.     Cocos (Keeling) Islands Shire Council WA
435.     Collie Shire Council WA
436.     Coolgardie Shire Council WA
437.     Coorow Shire Council WA
438.     Corrigin Shire Council WA
439.     Cottesloe Town Council WA
440.     Cranbrook Shire Council WA
441.     Cuballing Shire Council WA
442.     Cue Shire Council WA
443.     Cunderdin Shire Council WA
444.     Dalwallinu Shire Council WA
445.     Dandaragan Shire Council WA
446.     Dardanup Shire Council WA
447.     Denmark Shire Council WA
448.     Derby-West Kimberley Shire Council WA
449.     Donnybrook-Balingup Shire Council WA
450.     Dowerin Shire Council WA
451.     Dumbleyung Shire Council WA
452.     Dundas Shire Council WA
453.     East Fremantle Town Council WA
454.     East Pilbara Shire Council WA
455.     Esperance Shire Council WA
456.     Exmouth Shire Council WA
457.     Fremantle City Council WA
458.     Gingin Shire Council WA
459.     Gnowangerup Shire Council WA
460.     Goomalling Shire Council WA
461.     Gosnells City Council WA
462.     Greater Geraldton City Council WA
463.     Halls Creek Shire Council WA
464.     Harvey Shire Council WA
465.     Irwin Shire Council WA
466.     Jerramungup Shire Council WA
467.     Joondalup City Council WA
468.     Kalamunda Shire Council WA
469.     Kalgoorlie-Boulder City Council WA
470.     Karratha City Council WA
471.     Katanning Shire Council WA
472.     Kellerberrin Shire Council WA
473.     Kent Shire Council WA
474.     Kojonup Shire Council WA
475.     Kondinin Shire Council WA
476.     Koorda Shire Council WA
477.     Kulin Shire Council WA
478.     Kwinana City Council WA
479.     Lake Grace Shire Council WA
480.     Laverton Shire Council WA
481.     Leonora Shire Council WA
482.     Mandurah City Council WA
483.     Manjimup Shire Council WA
484.     Meekatharra Shire Council WA
485.     Melville City Council WA
486.     Menzies Shire Council WA
487.     Merredin Shire Council WA
488.     Mingenew Shire Council WA
489.     Moora Shire Council WA
490.     Morawa Shire Council WA
491.     Mosman Park Town Council WA
492.     Mount Magnet Shire Council WA
493.     Mount Marshall Shire Council WA
494.     Mukinbudin Shire Council WA
495.     Mundaring Shire Council WA
496.     Murchison Shire Council WA
497.     Murray Shire Council WA
498.     Nannup Shire Council WA
499.     Narembeen Shire Council WA
500.     Narrogin Shire Council WA
501.     Narrogin Town Council WA
502.     Nedlands City Council WA
503.     Ngaanyatjarraku Shire Council WA
504.     Northam Shire Council WA
505.     Northampton Shire Council WA
506.     Nungarin Shire Council WA
507.     Peppermint Grove Shire Council WA
508.     Perenjori Shire Council WA
509.     Perth City Council WA
510.     Pingelly Shire Council WA
511.     Plantagenet Shire Council WA
512.     Port Hedland Town Council WA
513.     Quairading Shire Council WA
514.     Ravensthorpe Shire Council WA
515.     Rockingham City Council WA
516.     Sandstone Shire Council WA
517.     Serpentine-Jarrahdale Shire Council WA
518.     Shark Bay Shire Council WA
519.     South Perth City Council WA
520.     Stirling City Council WA
521.     Subiaco City Council WA
522.     Swan City Council WA
523.     Tammin Shire Council WA
524.     Three Springs Shire Council WA
525.     Toodyay Shire Council WA
526.     Trayning Shire Council WA
527.     Upper Gascoyne Shire Council WA
528.     Victoria Park Town Council WA
529.     Victoria Plains Shire Council WA
530.     Vincent City Council WA
531.     Wagin Shire Council WA
532.     Wandering Shire Council WA
533.     Wanneroo City Council WA
534.     Waroona Shire Council WA
535.     West Arthur Shire Council WA
536.     Westonia Shire Council WA
537.     Wickepin Shire Council WA
538.     Williams Shire Council WA
539.     Wiluna Shire Council WA
540.     Wongan-Ballidu Shire Council WA
541.     Woodanilling Shire Council WA
542.     Wyalkatchem Shire Council WA
543.     Wyndham-East Kimberley Shire Council WA
544.     Yalgoo Shire Council WA
545.     Yilgarn Shire Council WA
546.     York Shire Council WA
547.     Ashmore and Cartier Islands



Territory of Australia

548.     Australian Antarctic Territory.


Offshore Territory of Australia
549.     Christmas Island.


Offshore Territory of Australia
550.     Cocos (Keeling) Islands


Offshore Territory of Australia
551.     Coral Sea Islands


Offshore Territory of Australia
552.     Heard and McDonald Islands


Offshore Territory of Australia
553.     Norfolk Island


Offshore Territory of Australia


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