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Online Community Prayer Walk

Praying for Our Community on August 20

We are called every day to pray on all occasions and to constantly pray for God’s people (Ephesians 6:18). This Spring, more than 600 people from all over responded to the call to gather and pray at the FaithTree Spring Online Prayer Walk that we participated in alongside FaithTree’s other sponsoring churches. It was an incredible, encouraging day that we know the Lord used in powerful ways and one we are eager to repeat. Let’s join together to pray in Jesus’s name once again at our second Online Prayer Walk today, August 20! We are excited to see what God will do through this time!

Pastor Tim’s Reflection Looking Back on the Prayer Walk

This Prayer Walk may have come to a conclusion, but Pastor Tim shares some closing thoughts from John 17 thinking about the future. We’re excited about the next prayer walk! In the meantime, please also join us on Monday evening for Steadfast!

What is an online prayer walk? Today from 8 am until 10 pm, we will be streaming a rotation of scenes from around the community to pray for, allowing us to “walk” around and pray. You can come in at any point during the day and spend a few minutes praying and post your own prayer requests to share with others taking part. Throughout the rotation, we’ll also have brief, 2-3 minute video devotional thoughts from Scripture shared by members of the FaithTree team, area pastors and lay leaders from our community.

Please plan to stop by this page throughout the day on that Thursday to catch different parts of “the walk” as we lift up our community and our world together!

How to Help as We Prepare

Together in Prayer

We are excited to be working with FaithTree Christian Fellowship’s other partner churches, including Bible Baptist Church and Harvester Christian Church on this event. We also are grateful for the involvement of others around the community and will be sharing more about those taking part in the prayer walk in the coming days. Please stay tuned!

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