In Luke 18:1-8, Jesus told his disciples,
“Men should always pray and not give up” — NIV
If you have joys and concerns you would like to share with our church staff and prayer teams, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
First United Methodist Church Prayer Team
The First United Methodist Church Prayer Team meets at various times — either in the church prayer room off the chapel or online depending upon protocols — to pray for requests from the congregation. You may make prayer requests by placing your concerns in the prayer box located by the north entrance to the sanctuary, the prayer box in the Great Hall lobby or in the main hospitality area. You may also send prayer requests and notices of joys in your family to email@example.com.
If your class or group would like to use the church’s portable labyrinth, please see Jill Hankins or Kisha Bumpers in the church office to reserve or check out.
Labyrinths have been around for centuries and are basically a circuitous path that leads to the center and back out the same path. Labyrinths can be used as a walking meditation, focusing your heart and mind on what God needs you to hear, or even as a prayer walk, offering up prayers for others as you find your way to the center and back out again. The labyrinth is but one tool of many that can lead to spiritual transformation.