Pray continually (1 Thess. 5:17). A brief yet powerful charge for all of us to express our dependence upon God in prayer no matter how busy we are, how old or spiritually mature we are, how eloquent we pray, or how well we know the Bible. We all can and must pray! Therefore, we value the practice of prayer both individually and corporately at The Chapel and invite you to participate in the opportunities below.
Meets every Sunday, 8:00-8:30 a.m. in Room 101
This mission-focused prayer time includes some worship but mostly prayer with God’s Kingdom as the focus. We pray for the missionaries that we support and those they work among, for the unreached and persecuted around the world. Contact Cathy Grumbir (269-208-5020) for more details.
Meets every Tuesday at 12:00 pm
Come pray and seek the Lord’s heart and will as the body of Christ for our church, community, nation, world, and one another. Contact Laura Jewell at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Meets in Room 106
A great way to make an impact by volunteering to pray during a Worship Service one time each month. Small groups (2 to 4 people) meet in a designated room and lift the needs of the morning to the Lord in short sentence prayers. Openings are available during both worship hours, and if you desire a “special blessing” while taking others’ needs to God, come join us. Contact Jim or Barbara Spicer for more details (269-556-0205).
Do you worry about your children? Replace your anxiety and fear with peace and hope by praying with other moms. Contact Jan Cooper for more details at 269-313-0006, or email@example.com.
The Chapel Prayer Chain consists of those who are willing to pray for our Chapel family when needs occur. Prayer requests are distributed through e-mail and those available to pray for urgent situations pray as they can. Other requests can be prayed as our prayer team receives them. If you would like to be a part of this and would be committed to pray for these requests, please click here to sign up. A confirmation will be sent to you before you receive the first prayer request.