Prayer is one of our greatest privileges. It is the exercise of what we requested from God in Salvation. We have the attention and heart of the Almighty. There is a special grace and glory to God when we knit our hearts together in prayer.
If you desire prayer, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests will be emailed to the congregation’s Prayer Chain.
For private prayer requests that will only be seen by our Northpoint pastors, please send prayer message to email@example.com.
For more about the Northpoint Prayer Ministry, please contact Dave Dussault.
Below you will find various prayer opportunities:
The first installment of Prayer Life, Northpoint’s devotional prayer guide to help you read and pray through the Bible in 3 years, is available below, or at the Information Center in the Foyer on Sunday, where you can also find a 1 year Bible reading plan.
You can also view and download the weekly Prayer Focus by clicking the appropriate date below:
You can also sign up at the Information Center to receive Prayer Focus each month via email.
Weekly Prayer Meeting
In his well-known prayer—the Lord’s Prayer—Jesus taught his disciples to call God “Our Heavenly Father,” introducing a whole new level of closeness with God. Calling God “Father,” brings to mind images of family life, intimacy, love, warm confidence, and deep respect. As God’s people, we are part of his family. When we come before him to pray together, it is with confidence and reverence, knowing that he loves us and listens to our prayers. As children of God, the ground of our familiar bond is the blood of Christ.
One of the things I love about corporate prayer is that it brings people of all ages together to pray for each other. When we come together before our Heavenly Father, we intercede for our brothers and sisters in Christ, for our church leaders, ministries, and family. One place we do this is at our Weekly Prayer Meeting held on Mondays from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. This meeting is for men and women of all ages. We encourage everyone to come and pray with us—whether you pray out loud or would prefer to remain silent—God hears all prayers.
As we continue our personal prayer for spiritual transformation in our lives, let us also come together for our Weekly Prayer Meetings and intercede for each other, that we would be used more and more by God to advance his kingdom and to glorify him.
– Tamene Menna, Pastoral Assistant