We love to encounter God, and one of the ways we do that is by communicating with Him.
We encourage you to have an individual prayer life as well as a corporate
prayer life. We facilitate the following avenues for prayer.
Personal prayer requests are welcomed and
encouraged. During the service, you can put
your request on a Connect Card, or you can
feel free to use the button above to send us
your prayer request anytime. You can also
request a personal prayer appointment.
Due to COVID-19 Altar Prayer has been temporarily suspended.
Every Sunday during the singing portion of the
service, our pastor will invite those in need of
prayer to come forward to be prayed over.
Occasionally, the pastor will also offer altar
prayer at the end of the service.
PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY
Prayer shawls and blankets are a tangible
way of showing the love of Jesus. We have
heard wonderful stories of comfort from
those who have received them. Our volunteers
pray for the recipients as they lovingly make
shawls, lap rugs and baby blankets for anyone
in need of comfort. Call the church office at
403-347-7311 for more information.
FREEDOM MINISTRY APPOINTMENTS
Are you feeling stuck? Personal Freedom Appointments are an opportunity for you to resolve personal and spiritual conflicts which are the things that hinder spiritual growth. Trained encouragers will guide you through the Steps to Freedom in Christ by Dr. Neil T. Anderson. For more information please call the church office or click here.
“STAND” – 40 DAYS of PRAYER & FASTING: May 23 to July 1st. Click here for more information and to register.
TUESDAY NIGHT PRAYER – Open to anyone, 7:00 to 8:30 PM via Zoom, until current restrictions (May 2021) are lifted. Click here to request the Zoom link.
PRAYER & FASTING: Not sure what fasting means? Click here for a Fasting Guide.
Wednesday Evening Prayer – Open to anyone, 6:30 to 7:30 PM.
Please contact the church office for more information on how you can get involved in our Prayer Ministry.
This morning was one of the most powerful messages that I have ever heard you preach… you were right, only those who have experienced stress, anxiety, sense of failure and even depression are the people who have the right to speak passionately about it… you were speaking from the heart, and a profound knowledge of such issues.