The prayer ministries of Christ Community Church are vital to every aspect of our ministry. We believe that we will only accomplish the mission God has given us as it is bathed in prayer.
Therefore, we have several essential aspects of our prayer ministry, our prayer team, prayer room on Sunday morning, the text prayer chain, men’s Sunday morning prayer before the service, altar prayer ministry, and the Wednesday night prayer meeting.
The Prayer Team
We have a dedicated group of prayer warriors who constantly pray for the leadership and needs of the church. These are trusted people who hold confidentiality high as they take delicate requests before the Lord. They are also called upon in unique situations to pray personally and specifically for those going through very difficult circumstances.
This ministry is led by our prayer coordinator Julia Thistle
Upper Room Sunday Morning Prayer
Some of the members of the Prayer Team pray in our upper room while the service is happening on Sunday morning. Our prayer room is located in a special room above our sanctuary. They stay there and pray for the entire service.
Text Pray Chain
In this day of technology one of the fastest ways to communicate a prayer need is through texting. Our prayer texting coordinator Rachel Jones receives prayer requests which are sent out to believers who love to immediately prayer for the needs of people.
Men’s Sunday Morning Prayer
Many of our men gather at the front of the sanctuary to pray 10 minutes before the service. This began as a call to pray at one of our men’s prayer breakfast and has continued ever since. God continues to add men to this group.
Sunday Altar Prayer Ministry
At the close of our worship service on Sunday morning we have our prayer team and elders assemble at the front of the sanctuary while members come forward to share their needs and receive pray. This is a powerful time where God meets His people with love and power.
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting
Every Wednesday at 7 pm we gather in the church sanctuary to prayer together for the needs of our nation and for each other. Great conversations before and after prayer, but more than anything else we spend time asking God for His help.