A Culture of Prayer
Here at Wellspring, our desire is to grow a culture where everything we do is by prayer.
"The Lord is near. Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus."
Current Prayer Ministry Opportunities
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We have a prayer ministry team who is confidential, trained, and spiritually prepared to lift up individuals and families with a need. An important aspect of our prayer ministry is praying for people's hearts to be filled and refreshed in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Have a Prayer Ministry team member pray for you after our Sunday service in a space that adheres to covid-19 safety protocols.
Read below to learn about 3 ways we encourage prayer at Wellspring:
MID-WEEK INTERCESSORY PRAYER
WEDNESDAY'S 7PM on Zoom
Join us every Wednesday evening from 7-8pm on Zoom to intercede in prayer for our church family, community, and global ministry partners.
SUNDAY MORNING PRAYER MINISTRY
Every Sunday morning during the worship time, there is an invitation for anyone and everyone to receive prayer from our prayer ministry team. We have a prayer ministry team who is confidential, trained, and spiritually prepared to lift up individuals and families with a need. An important aspect of our prayer ministry is praying for people's hearts to be filled and refreshed in the power of the Holy Spirit.
MONTHLY AFTER SERVICE LISTENING PRAYER
After Service Prayer see you is held monthly after the morning service in the Upper Room. It is an extended time of prayer ministry for individuals or families who have a specific need or who simply want to seek more of God's presence and ministry in their lives. An important aspect of this time of ministry is to make time to listen to God's heart and direction for people in a safe and encouraging environment.
The heart of listening prayer, or prophetic ministry, is anchored in 1 Corinthians 14:3 – “But the one who prophesies speaks to people for their strengthening, encouraging and comfort.” Listening for God's heart and direction, or the gift of prophecy, as the apostle Paul called it, is an important way we minister to one another in Jesus's name.
If you would like to receive specific prayer, please sign up here.