Prayer & Care
One of the most selfless things anyone can do is pray for another human being. When we pray for someone we stand beside them in solidarity with their troubles, pain, problems and anticipation. By doing this, author John Bell says, “we make clear to God what are the priorities of our compassion” (Come All You People, 62.).
For us, prayer is a way of life. Prayer sustains us at our most difficult and trying times. The ministers and leaders of our church are willing to intercede on your behalf. If you need prayer or know of someone who is in need of prayer, please let us know by filling out the following form below. The information you submit will be held in strictest confidence. If you would prefer to speak with a minister, please contact the church office by calling – 516.627.3494