Registered for Virtual Upper Room

You have registered!

By arriving here it means you’ve received the email saying you have successfully registered for a Virtual Upper Room.

Make sure you keep that email – a reminder will not be sent (Zoom doesn’t have that ability yet).

Your Next Steps

  1. Be sure to read the eBook, Baptism with the Holy Spirit. That will give you some of the head knowledge you’ll want.
  2. Study and pray as part of your preparation.
  3. Join us on the date you chose.

Check out this welcome video from Rev. Dr. Brad Long and Rev. Cindy Strickler

What you can expect

In your virtual upper room, you can expect a group of up to 50 people joining in a smaller room to help make it feel comfortable.

The time will be led by a Dunamis-trained teacher, who will be joined by a few intercessors.

Dunamis teachers have been affirmed by the Dunamis Institute and teach at our locations around the world. They bring with them their experience in leading people into an experience of the Baptism of the Holy Spirit.

After a brief time of discussion about the contents of the ebook on the Baptism of the Holy Spirit, you’ll move into a time of corporate prayer, led by the Dunamis teacher.

On the date of your call…

We will open a waiting room for the call approximately 30 minutes before the start time. You can sign in at any time once the waiting room opens.

This can give you space for testing your setup, configuring your microphone, calling in on your phone, locating your mute button, changing your screen name, etc.

Approximately 15 minutes before the start of the call, we will open the meeting room to everyone for some interaction and any last minute trouble shooting.

If this is your first video call like this, take advantage of this pre-opening time to arrange your computer and sound configuration. If you are a pro at video conferencing now, feel free to arrive any time before we start.

Pray about a donation for the Virtual Upper Room

You will be invited to make a donation to Dunamis to help others experience the baptism of the Holy Spirit so that they, too, can do their ministry empowered by the Holy Spirit.