Mondays, 7pm via zoom
All are welcome to join this weekly prayer meeting via zoom. As much as we can, we should pray with others formally in gathered worship and informally. Substance of prayer is to continue a conversation with God, and if the purpose of it is to know God better, then this can happen best in community.
Rob Yamamoto will be coordinating the prayer meetings, which will be based on Tim Keller's Kingdom-Centered Prayer. This format isn’t what we have been doing in the past and hopefully allows us to become more spiritually renewed. This will allow us to move from “maintenance prayers” to “frontline prayers”. The focus will be on three basic traits: a request for grace to confess sins and humble ourselves, a compassion and zeal for the flourishing of the church, and a yearning to know God, to see his face, to see his glory. This will still allow us some time for new maintenance prayers that can be shared at this time.
This is to be a non-stressful gathering of God’s people. There is no pressure for you to pray out loud. Let the Holy Spirit lead you in praying verbally or in silence. With zoom, you can mute your audio and video and still be in attendance. We start at 7, but you may enter or leave the meeting at any time.