1 Thessalonians 5:17
At Wesley UMC, prayer is a way of life
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Our email prayer chain is available for prayer requests 24/7. When requests are received, they are sent only to our prayer chain members and they remain confidential. We welcome your joys, your concerns, your praises and thanks.
We also have a Prayer team on Facebook. If you would like to be a member of the Facebook prayer team, please email Bailey and ask to join this confidential group.
Prayers can also be shared using our connection cards on Sunday. The requests on these cards are shared with our Prayer Chain and in church staff meetings.
To send a prayer or to be added to the prayer chain, please email Bailey Sharpmack at email@example.com.
The prayer wall allows you to submit a prayer request or a special praise, and view requests from others. There are also prayer/praise cards in the pew pockets in the sanctuary.
There are pre-printed prayer cards to take home with those requests submitted each week on the connections cards. Prayers and praises will remain on the wall throughout the current month.
*Prayer requests that are submitted on the Making Connections cards that are marked “private” will not be posted. If you are requesting prayer for someone else, please have their permission to do so before posting, only use their first name, and keep private details generalized.
Prayer Shawls are a great way to let people know that they are being lifted up in prayer by their Wesley church family. If you are wanting to donate a shawl, please call the church office or drop it by the office.
May the Lord bless and keep you.
May the Lord make his face to shine upon you, and be gracious to you.
May the Lord lift up his countenance upon you, and give you peace.