Many people would describe prayer as having a conversation with God, but it is much more than that. It is participation with God in His activity in the world today. Learn more about why we should pray and how prayer is depicted in the Bible from the examples of James and Elijah.
Asking God to meet our daily, physical, and spiritual needs is essential. Our daily prayer email gives us an opportunity to pray for all the requests we have in our church and our community.
The 24/7 initiative is a monthly opportunity to digitally sign up to pray over key ministries & events happening in our church. You can do this at a slotted time that works for your schedule, on the 7th day of every month.
In addition to praying corporately, we pray together in small groups throughout the week as a way to seek God for specific causes.
At strategic times in the calendar year, our church gathers to go before the Lord and adore Him for His character, to confess and repent of sin, to show gratitude for what He’s done, and to attune our hearts with His will for our church.
Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.
1 Thessalonians 5:16–18
This guide will help you grow closer to Jesus and experience His great love. You’ll find this great resource is filled with scripture and commentary to help direct your daily prayer life.
Prayer for Ukraine
Please continue to join us in prayer for those who are currently suffering in Ukraine. Use this prayer guide as a resource to pray specifically over our ministry partners who are involved.
According to scripture, fasting is doing without food—or something else that brings pleasure—to humble ourselves before God and focus on Him. It is a time of willingly putting aside an earthly enjoyment to experience more of God. We developed this guide to help you navigate what fasting could look like for you.
The Prayer Room is a safe and quiet place where we can cry out to the Lord with our requests individually or as a group. This space is designed to provide a variety of ways to pray and includes an assortment of books and prayer maps as resources for you to use.
It is located on the first floor of the A Building adjacent to room A140.