The First Baptist Prayer Room
We at First Baptist Church believe in the importance and power of prayer. Because of this, we have a room dedicated for prayer and a team that is committed to pray for anyone or any event that has been submitted to them. We welcome your prayer requests. All prayer requests will be kept confidential unless permission is given to share with others in our church. Our team would also like to have an address, email, or phone number for the purpose of corresponding with those for whom the prayers are offered. Our team will keep the prayers active for 30 days unless they receive an update asking for more time or with further information. They would also love to hear about answers and praises from these prayers.
There are several ways to submit your requests for prayer:
Dedicated email the Prayer Room - Fbcprayerroom@gmail.com
We have a prayer box located in the main floor 3rd Avenue side. You will see the beautiful box and prayer request forms on a table. Fill out the form and leave the request in the box.
There are prayer request forms on the backs of the pews in the Sanctuary.
Call the Prayer Room and leave a message. This is a confidential line. Only the volunteers in the Prayer Room can access the messages.
Current Ministry Prayer Requests
For the 40 days of prayer.
For the tornado victims and relief effort in our area.
Pray for our Bible Study leaders and facilitators that they will remain open to God’s leadership as they prepare and guide their classes.
Pray for others to be open to leading a class/group as a primary or substitute facilitator.
Pray for members to be willing to open their homes for one-time or long term studies.
That our youth will grow in their faith and understanding of the Bible through Wednesday Night Live and Sunday morning Bible Study each week
That those who come to our outreach events – Prayer Breakfast, Trips, etc. – will feel the love of God and will be drawn to seek a deeper connection with God
That our youth will be the hands and feet of Christ in their daily lives – living out their faith rather than just practicing it when they come to church
3/24-3/28 – Boys Fishing Trip
That our youth boys will learn how to become men who love and serve God.
For safety in travel and on the water
That our guests might feel a special connection with our church and might want to be part of our youth group family.
5/5 – Youth Week
That our youth will understand their role in our church and their ability to lead others in the faith.
That those chosen to represent ministers on staff might find a new opportunity to which God may be leading them.
5/19 – Graduate Sunday
That our 12th graders will feel connected to our church and to God even as they transition out of the youth group
That their parents will know they are loved and supported by our church as they navigate a new relationship with their grown children.
That the new 6th graders will see the example left by our graduates and seek to follow in their footsteps