COMMUNITY PRAYER SERVICE FAQ
What is Community Prayer Service?
The Community Prayer Service is a weekly community prayer opportunity to seek the Lord and to pray for the needs of LifePark, the Mount Pleasant community and beyond. Each weekly service includes a time of worship, intentional prayer and a brief teaching by one of our pastors. Our noon prayer service provides a quiet place to reflect and pray. We close our noon service with a brief devotional teaching by one of our pastors.
When are the Community Prayer Service times?
The Community Prayer Service is held weekly on Thursday at 12 p.m. and our evening prayer service is held on the First Thursday of each calendar month at 7 p.m. (doors will open at 6:30 p.m.) in the LifePark East worship center.
Where will the Prayer Service take place?
LifePark East worship center
Do I need to register in order to attend?
No. We invite you to come as you are.
Will there be childcare?
No, we regret that we are unable to offer childcare at this time.
Will I be asked to pray out loud at these prayer meetings?
We are launching a churchwide initiative to encourage LifeParkers to call on the name of the Lord in prayer. Every prayer service has opportunities to “grow as we go” and pray out loud as each feels comfortable. Of course, if you prefer to pray silently, that’s perfectly fine too.
Am I expected to attend both the Thursday Prayer Service and Sunday Worship service?
We encourage every LifeParker to attend weekly worship services in addition to attending at least one prayer meeting each month. Should you be out of town for a worship service, the Thursday evening service may offer you an equally powerful experience.
Will I be able to attend a LifeGroup and attend the weekly prayer service?
LifeGroups are encouraged to choose one week of the month to attend a weekly prayer service together instead of their regularly scheduled group meeting. Please check with your LifeGroup leader about group attendance.
Why is LifePark starting another weekly service? Aren’t the Sunday services enough?
Prayer is absolutely critical to teach us to depend on God, to draw us closer to Him and to unleash His power to reach the lost community around us. We are asking God to do abundantly more through our weekly prayer services by transforming LifePark from a church that prays into a house of prayer for the nations. As we learn to call on the name of the Lord, we will trust God to bring about spiritual breakthroughs, both personally and as a community.