Every 3rd Wednesday of Each Month at 7:30 pm

Open to all wishing to receive God’s healing in a gentle, safe and loving environment.

What do we do?

We start with an opening praise song and an opening prayer, followed by introductions (if there are any people present for the first time), sharing and caring, group prayer and a discussion that helps strengthen our faith. Anyone who has an idea may bring it to the group! All stories and Christian testimonies are welcome! We have beautiful and light background music throughout the whole process.

What to share?

You can share something that happened during the last couple of weeks (or months, or even years), that you feel really touched by or that inspired you; that made you particularly happy or sad, and that either strengthens or challenges your belief that God is working in your life. You are also welcome to ask questions, or help answer others’ questions. If you can’t think of something, what has been the high and low of your life this past week, Etc…

Why is it important to pray together?

As the Rev. Oliver W. Price of Bible Prayer Fellowship says:

Every congregation and all believers everywhere need united agreement in prayer and faith. True, we can pray privately, but we must also come together with the church expecting to find one accord in prayer. The church in Acts began in one accord in prayer (Acts 1:14; 2:1). United prayer was a top priority of the apostles and the people (Acts 6:4; 4:18-33; 12:1-25; 15:1-30). United agreement in prayer is necessary because of who we are.
 
We are related to Christ and each other like the members of our natural body are. Our head coordinates the life and action of all the parts of our body (I Corinthians 12). Christ is the head over all things to the church.
 
We are one family. We pray to “OUR Father.” Andrew Murray said that it is unnatural for the children in a family to always meet with their father separately and never know a shared relationship with him.
 
Our lives together form one holy living temple for a dwelling place for God on earth (I Corinthians 3:16; Ephesians 2:16-22). We are not lone rangers. We are one army under one commander facing a common foe of great power (Matthew 16:18; Ephesians 6:10-20). United we stand. Divided we fall (Matthew 12:25).

And also as Jesus says, “Again, truly I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything they ask for, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.” (Matthew 18:19-20.)

Join us every 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm! See and experience life change through sharing and prayer!

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