Discover Prayer: Together

To pray means that I have a loving relationship with God and with Jesus’ community of faith.

Even if I pray in solitude, I do not pray alone. I am with God as a member of the body of Christ, and we pray as a part of this community.

  • Monthly Prayer Vigil

    The first Thursday of each month,  from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., we will have a dedicated
    time of prayer for the needs, concerns, and celebrations of our world, church, and lives. You are welcome to come to pray in the Prayer Room any time during that set aside time. Special prayer materials will be available on those days to guide our prayers.

    Also consider joining me and others who would like to pray in community at 9 a.m., 12 noon, or 3 p.m. in the Prayer Room to pray with and for one another on these Thursdays.

  • Prayer Room

    We are inviting use of the Prayer Room (202) adjacent to the sanctuary as a space for prayer, reflection, and healing.  Resources, prompts and prayer shawls are available anytime the church is open.

  • Prayer Board

    We invite you to share your prayers for our community and our world both virtually and on the bulletin board in the narthex. 

  • Prayer Requests

    Anytime you would like prayer, add your needs to the FLC prayer chain.  Request Prayer

Join in Prayer

For our First Lutheran family of Faith

Prayer Ministry is a vital part of our congregation’s life together.  If you are a member and feel called to pray for others in the First Lutheran community, we invite you to join our prayer chain. As Pray-ers, we maintain strict confidentiality in order to provide a safe and trusted place to bring our needs before God.  Only then can our congregation feel free to share the deepest joys and struggles of their lives with us.
We invite you to contact Deborah Hanson, Director of Spiritual Formation, about joining in prayer with and for our community.