Prayer Project

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We are grateful to our members and friends who have been praying daily for our church congregation this summer.  The spiritual exercise of prayer is as much about your spiritual transformation as about those you pray for.

And a reminder to everyone in the congregation- if you have a prayer request you would like shared with your Prayer Partner, please contact Deacon Nancy Millette or Pastor Lisa and we will let you know who is praying for you and you can pass on your request. (millettenancy@hotmail.com or lschrott@fpchhi.org)

Devotional booklet
Click the link below to download the devotional booklet, “A Practical Guide to Prayer.”
 Copies are available at the Welcome Center, Fellowship Hall and church office.
A Practical Guide to Prayer

Prayer is the gift of divine care that you can offer wherever you happen to be and whenever you have an opportunity.

The Prayer Project is a project of the Board of Deacons’ Prayer Ministry that launched at First Presbyterian Church in 2013.  The goal of this ministry is that every person who attends our church will be prayed for every day over the summer months by fellow Christians who have made this commitment.  The prayer lists will be assembled randomly from the church directory. 

You probably won’t know all of the people you will be praying for, but that’s OK.  God knows every detail of the lives of those you are praying for; simply trust God.  All you need to do is lift up their names before God and ask for God’s blessing on their lives.  It’s simple, yet powerful and life-changing.  The spiritual exercise of prayer is as much about your spiritual transformation as about those you pray for.