Los Angeles Church Federation meets

The Los Angeles Church Federation meets to determine what it can do to meet the challenges being leveled at them by the burgeoning movement begun at the Azusa Street Mission and to respond to Pastor Smale. They agree to add an evening prayer meeting to their weekly services, to call their people to make commitments to pray for revival, to begin cooperative street meetings one night each week in front of different downtown churches, followed by an evangelistic service, to initiate a regular process of canvassing neighborhoods for new immigrants and sharing their names with member pastors, and to move toward a citywide evangelistic meeting in 1907.