Prayer Ministry 2018-01-09T13:55:27+00:00

“For my house shall be called a house of prayer for all people” – Isaiah 56:7

Every relationship with God begins and grows through the discipline of prayer—worshiping, recognizing His Holiness, His Power, His great Love for us—our great love for and total dependency upon Him as our Risen Savior and Heavenly High Priest, Who continuously prays for each of us! As Intercessors, we “stand in the gap” for the needs and concerns of others joining Him as He leads.
Our church offers many different opportunities to become actively involved in the ministry of prayer:
  • Healing Service, the second Friday of each month at 7 pm in the sanctuary. This will be a time of worship, seeking God, receiving the Father’s healing touch, and fellowship with other believers who need healing or simply desire to go deeper with God.
  • Intercessory Prayer Group meets each Monday at 7 pm to pray over the needs expressed on green prayer cards written during each service in addition to other needs gathered throughout the week via phone, email, church website, etc.
  • Phone / Email Prayer Chain is available to those who don’t use email or are unable to physically be present on Monday evenings.
  • Altar Prayer Ministry by both pastors and trained Prayer Team members is available for anyone after each service requesting prayer.
  • Monthly Prayer Workshops, the first Saturday of each month, 9:30 – 11:30 am are presented to continue to promote growth and fellowship.
  • Monthly Prayer Vigils, with a new focus each month, are the second Friday to Saturday each month, 6 pm – 6pm, done in the privacy of your home. The current focus: praying for an outpouring of God’s love leading to renewal and revival all over the world.
  • Prayer Vigils at the Church, announced in advance, occur several times throughout the year. For further information please contact the church office; all are welcome!

Prayer Request Form

Prayer team only (confidential)Church prayer list (public)

Therefore confess your sins to one another, and pray for one another, so that you may be healed. The prayer of the righteous is powerful and effective. 

James 5:16