We believe that fruitful ministry is never the calculable result of correct strategies and plentiful resources, but the free and sovereign work of God. This is why we believe that all our ministries should be birthed out of, and bathed in, prayer. Even when confronted with the pressure of genuine, ministerial need that required the fullness of Spirit and wisdom (Acts 6:3), the Apostles delegated the task to others in order to “devote [themselves] to prayer and to the ministry of the word” (Acts 6:4). This account reveals the utmost priority of prayer and ministry of the word in the life of the church. As John Piper writes in his book _Brothers, We Are Not Professionals_, “Most … interruptions and most of our busyness are ministry related, not ‘worldly.’ The great threat to our prayer and our meditation on the Word of God is good ministry activity.” There are many great things that we can do as a church, but none of them are more important than prayer and ministry of the Word. So please join us as at the end of each month, as we take a break from Community Groups in order to fast and pray for three days leading up to the last Friday of the month. Please consult this Guide for Prayer and Fasting.
Weekly Prayer Meeting