Experiencing God in Prayer
We were made to experience God. Prayer is the place to encounter intimacy with the Lord. Join us in our quest for touching the Heart of God through prayer in these prayer encounters.
Monday through Friday from 7:00am to 8:00am
Come and encounter the Lord in morning prayer. The prayer chapel is beautiful when the golden rays of the dawn fill the room. This is a time of contemplative, reflective prayer that is centered around the Word. Intercession is made for personal needs as well as local, national and international concerns.
Tabernacle of David
Every Wednesday from 7:00pm to 8:00pm
This prayer service is modeled after the Tabernacle of David in the Old Testament. We gather together to minister to the Lord in spontaneous worship, which includes; joyful singing, giving thanks, kneeling, lifting up our hands, and waiting on His presence. Each service is unique without any pre-arranged agenda. We simply come to worship Him in spirit and in truth.
Quarterly all-night prayer encounter from 8:00pm to 3:00am
The purpose of the Night Watch is to reclaim the night for the Lord. Our worship time here is influenced by Kansas City’s International House of Prayer’s (ihop.org) model.
We want the night to belong to the Lord and to change the spiritual atmosphere over our cities. Night Watch is also a display of extravagant devotion, honoring the fact that Christ, the King, is in our midst. Every two hours during Night Watch a different worship team leads the congregation in different prayer themes. Some are exuberant and expressive forms of worship, while others may be meditative and reflect on deep, introspective ways in which Christ works in our hearts and lives.
Seven Days Ablaze
A New Year’s prayer encounter
In January of each year, we carve out a week to devote to the preemptive intercession of God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit in our lives. Over the week, we reflect on God’s powerful promises for family, for health, for finances, for deliverance, protection, and salvation, and for His blessed assurance that He will keep his promises. What a way to start the year!
National Day of Prayer
58th Annual Observance, Thursday, May 7, 2009
In accordance with Biblical truth, the National Day of Prayer (www.ndptf.org) seeks to:
- Foster unity within the Christian Church
- Protect America's Constitutional Freedoms to gather, worship, pray and speak freely
- Publicize and preserve America's Christian heritage
- Encourage and emphasize prayer, regardless of current issues and positions
- Respect all people, regardless of denomination or creed
- Be wise stewards of God's resources and provision
- Glorify the Lord in word and deed
Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem
The first Sunday of every October
Join us in prayer for Israel! More than 200,000 churches in 175 nations intercede for the Middle East and petition God for peace. This is the largest Israel-focused prayer event in history. This historic quest seeks to see God's purposes fulfilled in His holy city.