During our time of prayer you will notice that there are times of worship, and times where our prayer leader will pray corporately and invite others to do the same. This is because our prayer format is based on the picture that we see in Revelation 5, which speaks of the harp and the bowl—worship and prayer. While in the prayer room, feel free to join in with the corporate worship and prayer, read your Bible, write in your journal, or engage in private prayer. You may sit, stand, or pace up and down the aisles. Whatever you do, we ask that you do it in a manner that honors and serves the other people in the room.
We are in the midst of a global worship movement, focused on prayer and intimacy with God. It is vital that prayer becomes enjoyable for every believer; it releases a spirit of devotion and fills the heart with worship. In the Prayer Room, we are operating under a paradigm of a God who is beautiful, fascinating, and full of delightful pleasures. These qualities are inexhaustible on this side of eternity and are a worthy and wise pursuit for the human heart.
If you don’t know what to pray, paring from the Bible is a great place to start! Click here for a PDF of Biblical Prayers, or find them in the entryway of the Prayer Room.