Prayer at Grace Chapel
If you would like us to pray for you, please email the prayer team. We would be happy to seek the Lord on your behalf. However you describe prayer, it is one of the most incredible privileges known to mankind. You might ask, why? Think for a moment – the Creator of the Universe desires for us to have personal interaction with Him through prayer…what a sacred invitation. God doesn’t want prayer to be something that intimidates us, but rather an invitation to a deeper relationship with Him. He invites us to commune with Him. He invites us to talk with Him, to share our hurts, joys, cares, and challenges. Prayer reminds us that God is accessible!
At Grace Chapel, prayer is woven throughout the fabric of who we are. Whether the Elders pray before and during their meetings, pray with the congregation during our celebration of Communion, or go to someone’s home to pray, prayer is important to our spiritual leaders.
Our staff prays for and with our church family frequently. A prayer team of about 80 committed adults prays weekly for folks and as prayer needs arise. We have a team of dedicated people who pray during our services.
Intercessory Prayer Team
We are a confidential prayer group. God brought us together and united us as the Body of Christ. We intercede in prayer for the people He brings.
We believe Jesus is our Lord and Savior. He guides us in prayer. We believe God’s Word is true, living, and active. His Word leads us. We believe the Holy Spirit provides wisdom, revelation, and power. We represent His hands and feet as He delivers from the bondage of evil, brings healing, redemption, and restoration.
We meet Sunday mornings during the 10:45 a.m. service in the McKibben Chapel. If you would like prayer for deliverance from emotional or spiritual hardship, please contact Dean Paauw at firstname.lastname@example.org. By appointment only!
You may add your prayer request to our prayer wall using the form below. Once your prayer request is received, we will share it ONLINE according to your instructions. Please be cautious in posting any information public that you would not want to be public. Share anonymously if you want.
An update to my previous prayer request: It has been confirmed that my kitty has feline breast cancer. The surgery to remove it comes in at $1380.03, including the pre-op house call and blood work. I have been approved for and will be using a Care Credit card which can only be used for vet/medical expenses, so at least there's no danger of increasing that balance. This whole ordeal comes at a time when I was just getting financially back on my feet, so it's discouraging. Please pray for strength as I navigate these stormy waters.