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Prayer Right Where You Are

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Prayer is the place we meet with God, partner with the Spirit and abide in Jesus. And because we believe prayer makes a difference, we want to pray with you!

The good news is: you don’t even need to be here in-person! We have private online prayer sessions available after every Sunday service.

Di, one of Woodland’s online prayer ministers, has been on the prayer team for over 20 years. When online prayer started in March 2020, it significantly altered the prayer ministry, but Di found that the change opened new doors. “It allowed us to pray with anyone listening to the livestream from anywhere around the world. We are truly happy to be with you and appreciate that we can now spend quality time one-on-one with each person seeking to connect with Jesus in prayer.”

Sally is another online prayer minister, whose participation grew out of her own life experience.  “Prayer has always been a significant part of my life, but it became a lifeline as I made my way through some very difficult years dealing with depression and anxiety. It was out of my brokenness, and the many ways that Jesus met me in prayer to bring healing, that I felt called to stand alongside others in need. It’s the 2 Corinthians 1:3-4 idea of being a conduit of all the grace that God has poured into us.”

Online prayer is a safe space for any issue, large or small, and we welcome you to bring  whatever is on your heart.

As Sally says, “Our God is always, everywhere, personally present to each one of us, and Zoom is no exception. Try it sometime, we’re waiting to pray with you!”

To join online prayer after Sunday service click here. To learn more about how to set up a prayer appointment or send in requests, more Prayer Ministry information can be found here.

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"I have found, in you, a place where the preached word profoundly resonates with my own recent journey of faith and has cemented a new way of thinking, I suppose like jigsaw pieces falling into place. I am grateful that a friend pointed me in your direction."

– Elaine, from the United Kingdom