Prayer is the breath of the soul. It is the secret of spiritual power. Our Prayer Ministries exist to constantly offer the petitions and praises of the church and its community to our God who answers prayers. We believe in the transformative power of prayer, both in our own lives and to effect changes in our church, community and world. We continually motivate everyone to have an active prayer life, spend time in intimacy with God and allow Him to develop the fruit and gifts of the Holy Spirit in them. We care, we love and we stand in the gap for everyone, everywhere in need of prayer.
Is to prayerfully reinstate the church into God’s House of Prayer for all people as promised in Isaiah 56:7 and reiterated by our Lord Jesus in Mark 11:17. We inculcate a culture of prayer into our services and welcome people from different walks of life and faith to fellowship with us in prayer hence building a great network of praying people. We submit to Jesus Christ as our Lord and Saviour and we strive to obey His command that His church should be called a House of Prayer. We humbly render ourselves as vessels to be transformed by the Holy Spirit and for loving service to a hurting and broken world. With the advent of modern technology, our vision broadens and we are able to touch the world through prayer.
Reaching out through prayer is our mission. We are firstly an internal prayer movement spreading our wings to embrace the needs of our members and community. We are also a global prayer group daily seeking the salvation, healing, deliverance, and spiritual revival of souls around the world. The Prayer Ministries seek to help connect people to Christ through prayer.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting: 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Sabbath Morning Prayer Meeting: 9:00 am – 9:15 am
Meditation and Prayer every Sabbath: 30 minutes after the worship service
10 minute Ministerial spot in the Sabbath worship service
Prayer Home Visits
10 Days of Prayer
Half Night of Prayer
Prayer and Fasting Days
Youth Week of Prayer
Week of Prayer
Prayer is the link that connects us to God so men ought to pray without ceasing (1 Thessalonians 5:17). We are aware of the fact that the challenges of life can choke your prayer life, leaving almost no room for constant communion with God so if you do need someone to mentor and pray with you, or you would like some more information on how to get involved, do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit the following websites for resources on prayer and to connect with praying church members.
1. Devotional Guide for the School of Prayer: http://www.revivalandreformation.org/prayer