Prayer is the first of St. Luke’s five Inside-Out habits and is the foundation of everything we do. When you pray, not only are you engaging in a meaningful relationship with God. You are actively aligning your will with God’s will and getting one step closer to living and loving like Jesus.
WAYS TO PRAY
Join us the first Wednesday of every month for a Prayer Service of Healing. Rev. Thomas Harper leads a time of prayer and communion where we ask God for spiritual and physical healing for you or a loved one. The services begin at 7 p.m. in the Chapel.
Be a minister of comfort with this tangible symbol of God’s warm embrace by giving someone a prayer shawl, lovingly and prayerfully knit and crocheted by St. Luke’s women. See Rev. Thomas Harper in the church office to pick up a shawl. Join the Prayer Shawl Ministry or even learn how to knit on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays each month 1-2:30 p.m in the Chapel Parlor.
It is an honor to lift up the concerns of the people to God. Prayer Team volunteers come to the church 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. Contact Rev. Thomas Harper to learn more.