Prayer

Prayer@Woodmen

Can We Pray for You?

Prayer works. We’ve seen it in our lives. We believe the God of the Bible wants to hear from us, and wants us to hear from Him. He created us for relationship with Him, and Jesus died to bring us back into harmony with the Father.

We have teams of people who are committed to praying over Woodmen and the needs of others in our faith community. If there’s a need in your life, we’d love to pray for you. You can let us know about your request in one of two ways:

Click here to submit a prayer need.

If you’re requesting prayer for a friend or family member, please ensure that you have their permission before submitting a request.

Want to Pray for Others?

At Woodmen, we’re a people of prayer. Our church community interacts with more than 10,000 people each week. Think of the prayer needs represented in a community that size! Here are a few ways you can join us in praying.

Join the First Responder Prayer List

First Responders is Woodmen’s ongoing email prayer support community. First Responders provide same-day prayer for the needs of our body. This group of over 400 people is committed to interceding for the critical needs of our church and community. It’s simple: We email you an update as prayer needs arise, and you pray as God leads you.

Click Here to Become a First Responder 

Join a Prayer Group

We have four groups that meet regularly to pray over specific Woodmen ministries and people.

Thursday Mornings - Meet Thursday at 7 AM in the Rockrimmon Prayer Chapel.

Operation 328 - Participate in the Great Commission without leaving home! Encourage and pray for Woodmen mission teams. To find out more or join in, please contact Shelley Adams 

Global Partners Prayer - Join us each month to pray for Woodmen’s global mission partners. For more info, contact Dave Wayman.

A.C.T.S. Prayer Team - Pray for A.C.T.S. ministries and staff members along with the lives of those A.C.T.S. serves. Meets every other Wednesday at 6:30 PM. Email Ken Smitherman for more info or to join the team.

If you have any other questions, please touch base with Catie Pershing.

Being Hospitalized or Need Pastoral Care?

If you or a loved one is going to be hospitalized or to request a visit from a pastor, email Dee Dee Martin 

Emergencies

If you have an emergency that requires immediate assistance from a pastor, call 719-323-3067. For non-crisis situations please call our office during regular business hours at 719-388-5000.

If you’re contemplating suicide or concerned that someone you know is going to harm themselves, call 911 now. In non-life-threatening emergencies, you may want to contact the Suicide Support line at 719-573-7447

If you’re a victim of domestic violence or abuse, and are in a threatening situation, call 911 immediately. Please contact T.E.S.S.A for further support and care at 719-633-1462

If you’re facing any medical or life-threatening emergency, call Colorado Springs Emergency Care by dialing 911 immediately.

 

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