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Prayer Opportunities

Sunday Mornings | Wednesday Evenings
Thursday Mornings | Saturday Evenings | Life Groups 
Email Prayer Chain | Thankometer

COVID-19 NOTE: During COVID-19, our prayer meetings are happening on Zoom.  Prayer times are about an hour on Tuesdays at 4:00 P.M. and Wednesdays at 7:00 P.M.  For more information and to get connected, please contact Pastor Ken Ingram.


West Highland has many prayer opportunities...

Lord, Teach Us To Pray

Prayer is an integral part of all of our ministries. It is a major part of our Life Groups gatherings, outside of which members continuously uphold each other in prayer. Urgent prayer requests within our church family are sent out to e-mail subscribers of the prayer chain by the Church Office.


Sunday Mornings

PRE-SERVICE PRAYER - Held in Room 225 30 minutes before the service begins, this time of prayer is devoted to praying for the Spirit's work during our Sunday morning worship services.


Wednesday Evenings

FRESH ENCOUNTERS - A short devotional time followed by prayer for the ministries of West Highland in Room 146 from 7:15-8:30 P.M.


Thursday Mornings

PRAYER FOR REVIVAL - Held in the Cornerstone Café from 7:00-8:00 A.M., join us in praying for revival.


Saturday Evenings

EMMAUS ROAD - (September-May) An hour of prayer focused on our Sunday morning worship services, held in the Foyer from 7:30-8:30 P.M.


Seek Week

We set the first few days in January aside for "Seek Week."  These days are for intentional prayer as we seek God's wisdom and guidance for the year ahead both personally and corporately. Details become available in December.


Special Days of Prayer

Periodically, we have special days of prayer for specific purposes where we hold what we call a Concert of Prayer. Keep informed on upcoming prayer events through our weekly bulletin.


Thankometer

Don't forget to drop your answers to prayer in our "Thankometer" each Sunday!  If you've had an answer to prayer recently, jot it down on a yellow praise paper (available in the Auditorium chair pockets) and drop it in the Thankometer -- the clear, plastic tube at the front of the Auditorium -- anytime during congregational singing.  Let us rejoice with you!