Together, as the body of Christ...
We will lift up our voices in worship, praise and supplication to our God “who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think, according to the power at work within us" (Ephesians 3:20).
Prayer is integral and indispensable to the Christian life. As Matthew Henry said, “You may as well find a living man without breath, as a living Christian without prayer.” Prayer is essential to our spiritual life as individuals and as a church. We pray according to God’s Word and are led by His Holy Spirit.
Corporate Prayer Meeting
Wednesday Evenings at 7:30pm
We gather as many as are able to seek the Lord to meet us in our needs together, for specific needs in our body, for the Lord to grow us together as a whole, for our community, and for our missions abroad and beyond. Lord, let your kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven.
Men's Discipleship Groups
Join one of our men's discipleship groups that meet in the mornings for prayer and the study of God's Word together.
Kerdos Small Groups
Join a College & 20s Small Group for further opportunity for study of God's Word together, prayer, and accountability.
After corporate worship
Prayer partners are ready to pray with you in the Fireside Room following our corporate worship service. This is a great opportunity to pray that God would apply His Word from that day to your life.
Pray for one another...
Get the weekly prayer sheet in your inbox as a practical guide to pray for the persecuted church, the nations, our country, our community, and our church family.
Though in its beginnings prayer is so simple that the feeblest child can pray, it is at the same time the highest and holiest work to which man can rise. Prayer is fellowship with the Unseen and Most Holy One. The powers of the eternal world have been placed at prayer’s disposal. It is the very essence of true religion and the channel of all blessings. It is the secret of power and life not only for ourselves, but for others, for the church, and for the world. It is to prayer that God has given the right to take hold of Him and His strength.
-With Christ in the School of Prayer, Andrew Murray