BUILDING A HOUSE AND PEOPLE OF PRAYER
The vision of the Arborlawn Prayer Ministry is for prayer to saturate and permeate every aspect of individual and corporate church life. Our goal is to have the whole congregation involved in a lifestyle of drawing near to God as we talk and listen to God, spend time in God’s presence, and move into a deeper relationship with God.
“My house will be called a House of Prayer.” – Isaiah 56:7
Prayer is an integral way of life at our church, and we invite you to explore and participate in ways that are meaningful to you.
The Prayer Labyrinth at the center of the Jud Cramer Ascension Garden is a direct replica of the thirteenth-century labyrinth at the historic Chartes Cathedral, located near Paris, France. The labyrinth is an eleven-circuit design, divided into four quadrants. Learn more about the labyrinth and how to use it here.
VINEYARD OF PRAYER ROOM
This is a holy place designated for personal worship and prayer. It is designed to remind us of Jesus praying in the Garden of Gethsemane. As we view the beautiful mural in this room, we may reflect on Christ’s words: “I am the Vine, you are the branches.” This room is located in the Lower Commons along the east hallway, across from the women’s restroom. It is open during regular office hours and evening church activities. Come when God calls you to spend time with God!
PRAYER MINISTRY LEADERS:
Dana Cook: Prayer Walks, Prayer Beads, and Prayer Event Speakers
Charlene Johnston: Congregational Care Minister for Prayer Requests
If you would like to be part of our Intercessory Prayer Team, contact Rev. Joy Dister-Dominguez at Joy@ArborlawnUMC.org
To submit a Prayer Request to the Arborlawn Prayer Team, Pastors, or Staff, please fill out a Prayer Request form below.