“I will spread out my hands in prayer to the LORD.” -Exodus 9:29a
Elmbrook Church is about prayer. We have a community of faithful volunteers who are available to pray for you in the comforting power of prayer. Your prayer concerns are important to us and that’s why every prayer request we receive is prayed for by name and by need. Your prayer request is kept confidential. You can make prayer requests every day of the week and there is no cost for making them.
Prayer and anointing, as described in James 5, is available by the elders of Elmbrook Church. If you wish to have elders do a healing prayer and anoint you, please contact John Matthews at email@example.com.
Join a prayer team
If you are interested in becoming part of our prayer team, incoming prayer requests can be forwarded to your phone, sent by email or you may wish to be present in our prayer room to pray. You can choose how often you’d like to receive requests; for instance, you could select two hours a week to be “on call” to receive requests. Even small commitments of time make a real difference. To become a prayer volunteer, all you need is a vital Christian experience out of which to pray for the persons you have contact with or receive their prayer requests. For further information, contact Roselyn Staples (emailor 262.796.5724) or Dave Skroch (email or 262.786.7051 x.756).
If you wish to receive general prayers for Elmbrook Church, from the Council of Elders, please sign up here. Once you’ve confirmed your email address, select “Monthly Prayer Updates from the Council of Elders” from the list of email options.
We have a prayer room directly behind the Information Center in the Lower Lobby. It is staffed during the weekend services by people who pray for the worship, and anyone who comes seeking prayer will be welcomed and prayed with. Or, it is open whenever the building is open…stop by anytime to have some time with God. You can also leave your prayer request for others to pray for. We would love for you to join our growing team of intercessors. For more information call Dave at 262.796.5756.
LESSONS ON PRAYER
In addition to periodical groups focused on prayer, Roselyn Stapes (Associate Pastor for Congregational Care) regularly posts on the topic of prayer on her blog, Silverstrands. Click here to visit Silverstrands.org.