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e are invited by God to approach him in prayer. We consider it a privilege and honor to pray with and for you through several prayer ministries.

Prayer Ministry Team

The Prayer Ministry team meets on a regular basis to provide support and plan enrichment activities and classes to encourage and teach the art of prayer to our congregation. These events include retreats, opportunities for fellowship, connection to a life of prayer and spiritual practices.

A Prayer Chain

A group of committed people pray for the immediate needs of those in our community. Those who serve on the prayer chain receive prayer requests one day each week usually via email. They pray the entire week for these requests.

Circle of Prayer

Join us every Saturday morning at 9am in the Chapel. The Circle of Prayer is a relaxed time of prayer with others. The hope is that, in a supportive and safe place, we may gather, pray silently or share prayers. We come to be mentored in prayer and to ground our entire community in prayer.

Meditative Prayer

Meets three times weekly in the Chapel: Wednesdays at 11:45am. Enjoy this method of silent prayer that prepares us to experience God’s presence within us, closer than breathing, closer than thinking, closer than consciousness itself. Prayer stations are also available in the Chapel during the season of Lent, along with a Good Friday Prayer Vigil.

Personal Intercessors

Our Personal Intercessors have a specific gift of praying with and for others. If you have a long-term prayer need, we assign a personal intercessor to hold you in prayer each day. Personal Intercessors also phone every week to visit and to ascertain current concerns and prayer needs.

Prayer Labyrinth and Stations of the Cross

Located just off of the 70th Street parking lot entrance, these are prayer additions to the Sheridan campus. Learn more about the Labyrinth. Learn more about the Stations of the Cross.

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