Prayer is the first of St. Luke’s five Inside-Out habits and is at the foundation of everything we do.

We pray.  We study the Bible.  We make friends.  We tell our stories. We give ourselves away in generosity and service.

Daily Prayer

Father God, Draw my heart closer to you. Help me to hear your direction for my life, and help me to move faithfully with confidence knowing you are in charge – not me.  Please guide me towards patience and empathy, and help me to greet all I meet with the love you taught us through your son Jesus Christ. Amen. -Chelsea Pacey

Interactive Prayer Wall

Welcome to the interactive prayer wall. You may write a prayer request either to share, share anonymously, or to have the prayer team pray for your request privately. When you pray for others listed here, click “I prayed for this” and they will receive a notification someone prayed for their request. Do keep in touch and let others know that your prayer has been answered.

Prayer Calendar

This Daily Prayer Calendar provides a starting point each day for your conversation with the Lord. This short prayer will focus your heart on God’s promises and faithfulness while bestowing comfort that our church body is praying the same request along with you.

Service of Healing

Join us the first Wednesday of every month for a Prayer Service of Healing. Dr. Linda Christians leads a time of prayer and communion where we ask God for spiritual and physical healing for you or a loved one. The service begins at 6:00 p.m. in the Chapel.

Prayer Shawls

Did you know that there are a group of dedicated women who lovingly and prayerfully knit and crochet prayer shawls for St. Luke’s? If you have a friend or a loved one going through a hard time see Shelly Quillin in the office to get a shawl to give to them. Be a minister of comfort and live out your faith in love with this tangible symbol of God’s warm embrace. Interested in joining the Prayer Shawl Ministry? Contact Laurie Noteboom.

Prayer Team

Our dedicated prayer volunteers believe it is an honor to lift up the concerns of the people to God. These men and women come to the Prayer Room to pray over the requests gathered from worship services, submitted on the prayer wall and left on the prayer line. Most volunteers sign up to pray on campus for an hour each week or an hour each month.  Additional times are available.

Learn more about joining this amazing prayer team by contacting Laurie Noteboom.