“The Three Most Important Things You Can Do . . . pray . . . pray . . . pray” – Billy Graham

“You have said, Seek you My face...  My heart says to You, Your face (Your Presence), Lord, will I seek...” Psalm 27:8

THE CABC PRAYER ROOM

  • The Prayer Room is located on the 2nd floor near the entrance to the Sanctuary on the piano side. (Available for individual or group prayer when Church is open)
  • The Deacons answer the Prayer Line in the Prayer Room during the Sunday Morning televised Worship  service and pray with those requesting prayer.

WORSHIP INTERCESSORS

  • We have a group of people who pray once/quarter in the Library for all three worship services while they are taking place.  The groups are made up of 2-3 pray-ers each Sunday and there are guides available to use if desired.
  • Pray about and plan to join in this ministry by contacting Joyce Bargainer.

THE CABC PRAYER WALL

  • Intercession Ministry” for others as well as Your Personal Requests on the Prayer Wall” – located on 2nd floor hall near the Chapel.  Prayer Cards for Praises and Requests are in the church pews as well as on the Prayer Wall table. Make a point to stop by the Prayer Wall.
  • Pick up a "Your Pastor and Staff reminder Prayer Card" with scripture promises while there.

PRAYER GATHERING - theCENTER

  • Join Pastor Josh on the 3rd Thursday of the month at noon in the Fireside Room at theCENTER to pray for our church, city and nation.
  • Informal gathering from Noon to 1 p.m. - come even for a short time or the whole time!
  • God is calling His Church to Prayer!

ONLINE INTERCESSION MINISTRY

  • If you would like to receive an email message when this page is updated, send your name and email address to cabcprayer@gmail.com and ask for the "Prayer request Updates".

NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER

  •  CABC is a co-sponsor with 1st United Methodist Church for the Annual National Day of Prayer for our local communities.
  • The National Day of Prayer meets every year on the 1st Thursday of May!

“YOU, WHO hears prayer, let all flesh Come.” Psalm 65:2