The great German pastor and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote, “It is in fact the most normal thing in the common Christian life to pray together.” Some of us can relate to this statement; when we come together with other Christians to share our lives, it is natural for us to invite God into the conversation, to seek God’s best for one another and to pray for the world. For other Christians, praying with others is uncomfortable, intimidating and foreign. In this series we will tackle the importance of praying together and see the transformation that shared prayer can bring to our lives, our faith and our circumstances. As a part of the sermon series you are invited to find a prayer partner and pray together between now and Easter.
Worship Service | 10:00am