Posted by Mark Perry

The Bible is full of commands to pray, like 2 Corinthians 1:11, “You also must help us by prayer, so that many will give thanks on our behalf for the blessing granted us through the prayers of many.” The Bible is also full of examples of prayer, such as Jesus, who prayed all night long (Luke 6:12). We all desire to pray, but often we make the excuse that we simply don’t have time. Join us on Sunday afternoon, June 30, 2013 for an afternoon of prayer. Take time to pray together with brothers and sisters. Our time will be spent completely in prayer: silent prayer, prayer with others, and corporate prayer. Just as the early church, take time to devote yourself to prayer.

“And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship,
to the breaking of bread and the prayers”

(Acts 2:43).

Following the regular morning service, we will enjoy a fellowship lunch together. The church will provide hot dogs and buns, beverages, dessert, and table service. Please bring a side dish to share. Our afternoon prayer service will take the place of our regular evening service. Our monthly missionary offering will be collected in the morning service.