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Prayer Team Member Information:

  • Prayer Teams consist of seven individuals or couples (sometimes more) who have committed to pray for one year, specifically one day each week as well as at other times, as the Holy Spirit leads.
  • Recommitments can be renewed yearly or you can take a break from prayer team.
  • Prayer Teams are considered a Team because of the mutual prayer support provided.
  • You do not need to meet with your prayer team but some occasionally do, to pray for team members.
  • Confidentiality is stressed. What is prayed for by a Prayer Team stays with the Prayer Team.
  • An assigned “contact person” usually mails out prayers to the specific Prayer Team Members once a month.
  • The contact person will provide instructions to a new prayer member or the Prayer Ministries Coordinator will, Lynn Gilmore gilmork@msn.com 651-770-1536
  • FCC Prayer Teams:

    FCC Ministry Team and Staff —---------------- Contact: Judy Kline

    Pastor Anne —-------------------------------------- Contact: Beth Norris

    FCC Leadership Team and Officers —------- Contact: Manuela Martinez

    East Side Thrive ----------------------------------- Contact: FCC Office 651-774-0344

    Farnsworth Aerospace and Johnson HS Musical Partnerships/Summer Camps---Contact: Lynn Gilmore

    FCC Children + Family Ministry Staff and Children Mentors -----------Contact: Donovan DeGaetano

    FCC Youth + Family and Communications Ministry Staff and Youth Mentors ---------------------- Contact: Kate Makosky

    Roots Covenant Church —---------------Contact: Pastor Touger / Melissa Johnson

    Other Prayer Opportunities:

  • Prayer Partners For Youth: Each of our 7th-12th graders plus first year high school graduates are paired with an adult who commits to praying for them regularly. If you are interested in being a prayer partner, contact Lynn Gilmore gilmork@msn.com
  • Prayer Chapel Ministry: A prayer time of health and wholeness is offered in the prayer chapel following Sunday morning services. Serving on the team are 10 individuals (two each Sunday), who meet and pray with those who come for prayer. Contact: Rachel Hanks rachelhanks11@gmail.com.
  • Adopt - A – Cop: Participants are paired with Saint Paul Police Officers, and commit to praying for them daily and offering support through a note of encouragement to their officer four times a year. Contact: Jan Mollet rjmollet@gmail.com or 651-329-1221
  • Share a prayer request for yourself, family member or friend: fill out a connect card in worship bulletin, prayer card on prayer bulletin board in east hallway, request card in the Prayer Chapel, or call church office 651-774-0344.
  • Receive prayer requests so that you can join in prayer: Call prayer line (651-772-9212) Thanks to Sharla Scullen, this prayer line is updated weekly. You can also pick up a weekly prayer request flyer listing the shared prayer needs on east hallway bulletin board.
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    Pray for the Persecuted Church - October 4, 2017 -

    The Sudnese government has been bombing hospitals in the South Kordofan area since 2011 and as a result that region has almost no medical care for the Sudanese living there. Even non-governmental organizations such as the Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders and the UN have been forced to suspend their medical care because their facilities have been repeatedly bombed.

    In addition the Sudanese government has unbelievably banned all medical and humanitarian aid by revoking the licenses of those working in that region.

    So what medical help still remains? According to Voice of the Martyrs, 2 doctors and 3 medical facilities for 1.1 million people. Even if there were no daily bombings that would be woefully inadequate.

    Because these unbelievable bombings continue, we must respond by praying for the Sudanese who are enduring these atrocities and also pray for whatever medical personnel who remain in that area and are trying to alleviate the suffering of our persecuted family in Sudan.

    "We ought always to thank God for you, brothers ...we boast about your perseverance and faith in all the persecutions and trials you are enduring. ...With this in mind, we constantly pray for you, that our God may count you worthy of His calling, and that by His power He may fulfill every good purpose of yours and every act prompted by your faith." --II Thess. 1:4, 11

    There IS power in prayer and it DOES change things. May you be blessed as you pray.

    Contact: Jerry and Martha Peterson - jmpwbl@aol.com

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    Interested in joining a specific prayer team? Contact the coordinator.

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