Power of Prayer

John Wesley called prayer “the grand means of drawing near God.” It’s an opportunity to grow in love and relationship with God, to offer our thanks and praise, and to seek wisdom, strength, and divine intervention. If you would like a pastor to pray with you, please contact the church office or complete the prayer request below.




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Wesleyan Covenant Prayer

Lord Jesus Christ,

Let me be your servant,

under your command.

I am no longer my own,

but yours.

Put me to what you will,

rank me with whom you will;

put me to doing,

put me to suffering.

Let me be employed for you

or laid aside for you,

enabled for you

or brought low for you. 

Let me be full,

let me be empty.

Let me have all things,

let me have nothing.

I freely and heartily yield

all things to your pleasure

and disposal.

ACTS Prayer

A | Adoration

How much do you love God?

C | Confession

What keeps you apart from God?

T | Thanksgiving

What good has God done?

S | Supplication

How can God help?