God invites us to pray as a congregation and as individuals for the church, for other people, for the world, and for ourselves. When we pray we are in the presence of a loving and faithful God who listens to us. In prayer our awareness of God’s presence and God’s nature deepens. In prayer God comforts and helps us, shapes and teaches us, and empowers us for action. Prayer is a source for love.
Here, through the website, we are invited to add our intercessions for ourselves and to pray for others. This is an interactive page. After you have prayed for one of the petitions listed, you may click the link to indicate you have done so, and encourage those for whom you have prayed. Please ensure you have permission to include names or identifiers you make public for prayer.
There are other opportunities at Grace to pray in specific ways at different times during the year, for instance, prayer groups, prayer retreats, or praying while walking the Prayer Labyrinth on our property at Mount Hebron Cemetery.