Prayer Circles

What is a Prayer Circle?

Prayer Circles are a way to help people pray together with more focus and more faith. Prayer Circles are made up of people from all different Christian backgrounds and is a multicultural army of people who want to see Jesus’ prayer answered that God’s Will be redone on earth as it is in heaven.
When Prayer Circles gather they declare and pray the Word of God. We pray the promises not the problems. It’s about circling the promises of God in prayer that His work be done in us, among us and through us.
Prayer Circles are established based on people’s availability and willingness to gather on a consistent basis. A current list of when and where Prayer Circles meet is available here.
The iconic places of cultural decision include School Administration Building, Schools, City Hall, The Police Department, The Health Department, Hospitals, Court Buildings and Business Centers.

What is Unified and Consistent Prayer and how does it make a difference?

And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. (Ephesians 6:18)
The Bible talks about “persevering” or consistent prayer. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the Lord’s people.
Pray continually. (Thessalonians 5:17)
Yes prayer is taking place all across our region, but often in isolated groups and not often applying prayer, requests and supplication for the places of iconic decision in our communities. Praying together evokes God’s presence and goodness. There are many ways to pray and things to pray about. We believe God wants us to talk with Him and He hears our prayer. Jesus promises that when one or two are gathered, He is there in the midst.'
How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity! (Psalm 133:1)
Unity brings blessing. Unified and consistent prayer means that we:
  1. Prioritize Prayer by dedicating a time and place for prayer.
  2. Have a plan for our prayer times that include praying about the somethings and in unison.
  3. We have committed to other people to stay committed to pray together about our community.