Prayer Avenues

Do you need someone to pray for you? Would you like to pray for others? Here are some avenues of prayer:

Sunday Bulletin
Contact the church office, 276-4901, to place requests to appear in the Sunday morning Bulletin.

 E-Mail Prayer Chain
Contact the church office, 276-4901, to place requests on the email prayer chain

Prayers for Anointing
James wrote: "Is any of you ill? Call for the elders of the church to pray and anoint you with oil in the name of the Lord. And the prayer offered in faith and truth will bring healing inside and out." (James 5:13-16) 

Oil was one of the best known ancient medicines. Some believe James was using this term in a medical way. Others regard the call to prayer and anointing as an outward sign of humbleness and trust in God for healing. It is not the oil or prayer that heals. But it is a reminder of our trust and hope in the Lord, the one who is the healer. We acknowledge in prayer and anointing our faith in Him and His presence to us, and seek His healing power. Teams of elders and pastoral care council members are available to come to pray for you at home or in the hospital. Call the church office, 276-4901, to request an available team.

Before Service Prayer
People gather to pray prior to the worship service with pastors/staff for the ministry of the Word and Spirit during worship and Sunday school. Meredith Drive: At the center front steps of the worship center and at  The Bridge: At the sound booth.

After Service Prayer 
Elders/pastors are available at the front of the sanctuary following the worship service. We welcome your coming for prayer and/or questions.

Tuesday Morning Prayer Time
Elder Lila Hassebrock is available in the Meredtih Drive campus sanctuary from 7:30 to 9 a.m. every Tuesday morning to pray with you or for you.

Prayer Networking
A time of prayer for congregational concerns and mission in Sunday School and small groups.

Last Published: August 2, 2016 3:19 PM