Prayer is an opportunity for us to worship God, express our faith and trust in Him, listen for His voice and give to Him the concerns of life. Though we encourage each person to have their own personal prayer life, we celebrate together times of corporate prayer in which we pray on behalf of others. If you have a prayer need that you would like prayer, email us at

Polson at Prayer

Polson at Prayer is an opportunity for us to come together to pray and to develop a heart's cry for God's presence and Kingdom to be more fully realized.  Each evening will begin with a brief teaching time and then we will move into a time of focused prayer together.  Please join us as we learn about intercessory and warfare prayer, praying the Scriptures, Kingdom praying, praying in the Spirit and many other things, but most of all we experience and engage in praying together.  Whether pray is something new to you or you have been praying for years, this will be an opportunity you will want to be part of. 

Contact the church office for dates and times.

Sunday Pre-service Prayer
Do we want to see God moving in power in our lives and Sunday services?
Do we want to have the Sunday messages impact and change lives?
Do we want to see children, youth, adults come into a personal relationship with Jesus?
Do we want to experience an anointing and outpouring of the Holy Spirit?
Do we want to come against the enemy and the hindrances he tries to use against us in our worship and service of God?
We need to pray! Please join us in the prayer room (off the Fellowship Hall) at 10 a.m. on Sunday mornings for pre-service prayer.

Saturday Morning Intercession
At the church office building at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday mornings a group meets for a time of intercession for our church and community. Charlotte leads this time of crying out to God for Him to move in lives and to do the work only He can do in our homes, families, church, and community. We would love to have more people join in this time of intercessory prayer.
Contact the church office for dates.