Will you join us in praying for our church?
In our current teaching series, "24/7/364" we're exploring generosity as an every day, all-day virtue of the Christian faith. And while generosity may manifest itself in different ways, we want to give everyone at Wheatland the opportunity to engage the vision of the church with the discipline of prayer.
Prayer aligns our hearts with God's heart - so long as we are truly seeking his Kingdom first. This is vital if we intend to deepen our commitment to the generous life. We don't want to cut God out of the picture. Generosity is truly his invention, not ours.
How do I sign up?
If you'd like to pray with us you can sign up for an available time slot. There's no limit on how many people are praying at a given time. You can pray anywhere you want, but we recommend either at home (with a friend or family member) or at our Church. We'll have prayer rooms available for you to use if a quiet 30 minutes is impossible to get elsewhere.
click here to sign up (link directs you to SignUp Genius)
Woah, did you just say 30 minutes? How do I pray for 30 minutes?
We'll be publishing a prayer guide to help you pray through things such as congregational needs, general and specific liturgical prayers and the current needs of the church and our leaders. It's not as difficult as you might think.
After I pray, then what?
On the Guided Prayer page of our website (and in journals located at each campus), we recommend you share your experience by writing it down. What did you pray for? What did you hear from God? How have you been affected? You can even include a personal prayer request if you'd like others to be praying for you as well.
If you have any questions, please contact us. We'd be glad to help you sign up, or arrange a time for you to join in prayer.