Prayer

Prayer

Overview

Prayer is a vital part of a growing church. As we talk and listen to God through prayer, we grow in our relationship with him. Prayer helps us practice humility, dependence on God and submission to him. Psalm 62:8 commands us to, "Trust in him at all times, O people; pour out your hearts to him, for God is our refuge."

God will release his power on earth if we ask. Prayer is THE most powerful and effective way you can minister to your friends, family, nation and world. Friendships also deepen when we share our prayer needs, pray together and celebrate His grace, power and provision.

Matthew 11:28 says, "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest." James 5:16 also encourages us to, “…pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of the righteous is powerful and effective."  

Online Prayer Opportunities

(while church is closed due to Covid-19)

We are forming various small prayer groups to meet online. Even if you don't feel comfortable praying aloud, join us to be encouraged by the faith of others, to hear God's Word, and to become more experienced in group prayer.  Best of all, the Lord promises to meet with us, and to give his peace.  After all, he is the only true source of the power, protection, comfort and peace we crave. Let us know you are interested in participating here!


Join Us In Prayer 

(During a Normal Open Schedule)

Sunday Morning Prayer

If God has given you a burden to pray about something in particular, or if you’d just like to pray with and for others, this group is for you! We gather on Sundays before the first service. Our time together is a great encouragement, and helps us to prepare for Sunday worship. Everyone is welcome. No experience necessary. It’s OK to arrive late; just slip in and join the conversation with our Father.

Meet in S201, 9:00am–9:30am. Near the Global Ministry Wall in the Main Lobby.

Looking for other prayer groups? Check out the listing in the right margin from our event calendar. Interested in starting a prayer group? Please contact Lynn Stowe.