Every meeting is a prayer meeting
Jesus showed by His example the importance and power of prayer. Throughout the Bible, we read about strong men and women of prayer, and we see the vital part prayer played in the early church. Prayer must be intentionally a priority in everything we do because prayer provides guidance for our decisions and power for service.
No special talent is required — simply a sincere, willing heart turned toward the Lord. Great moves of God and spiritual awakenings are preceded by individuals and groups who are committed to the spiritual habit of prayer.
You can write out a prayer request on your Connection Card any weekend, send a request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org any time (it will be shared with the Prayer Corps), or go to the front of the auditorium after the service and someone will be there to pray with you.
You can have a daily time alone with God, using a notebook to keep track of needs and answers. Subscribe to the weekly Prayereport email to pray for personal requests.
Men and women gather in their respective groups to spend concentrated time in prayer and raise up requests. No one is imposed upon to pray out loud. Click here to see the next meeting time.
Enlist in the Prayer Force
Every member of Southpoint is encouraged to enlist at two points in the year (January and July) in one or more of our prayer teams:
Those committed to praying daily for the outreach and ministries of Southpoint based on the weekly Prayereport sent via email.
Ministers’ Prayer Partners
Those committed to praying for our Lead Minister Brett and Campus Minister Mark at least once per week, and being prayed for in return.
Those committed to praying before or during one of our worship services in a Prayer Room behind the stage at Trenton, or backstage at Allen Park. Walk through the church building before worship, covering the auditorium and classrooms with prayer for the speakers, teachers, singers, and those who will attend.