The Power of Prayer
Have you struggled with prayer? Have you ever felt you don't know how to pray? Prayer is simply communicating with God… listening and talking with Him.
"Whether you kneel in church or even just take a mindful walk outdoors, praying brings much more comfort and hope - it can actually heal your body and mind" a quote by Lori Erickson in Woman’s Day Magazine.
If you feel you don't know how to pray, the Holy Spirit will help you in prayer. There are resources in our church available for all. Prayer requests can be made known to the church office, Pastor, the elders, the deacons, the congregational officers, and/or the ministry staff. The prayer partners and prayer chain will pray with and for your requests and concerns.
The second Friday of each month from 6-7 P.M., there is the Sweet Hour of Prayer in the sanctuary. You may pray by yourself or with a prayer partner.
With each Christmas card you have received, save them and take one a week or day to remember the sender in a prayer. There is power in prayer.
During the 8 A.M. service, every Sunday after communion, there is a prayer team available in the Narthex, to pray with or for you. We invite you to come and pray. Members of the Prayer Team are:
Steve Adams 439-8683, Diane Bollman-Buyer 439-1715, Mary Scott 439-6061, Susan Vail 237-7366 and David Vail 783-6326.
If you are interested in joining the Prayer Team, contact the church office at 439-4328.
"Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus." (Philippians 4:6-7)