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Prayer Ministry


Intercessory Prayer Ministry

Our Intercessory Prayer Ministry compiles the prayers into a list to be prayed over in the Wednesday Morning Chapel Service. This service is held each week from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. in Goodwin Chapel.

Our Prayer Warriors who are not able to attend the Wednesday service receive the list via e-mail or postal service and pray, along with the others, all week for our church and for the people whose prayer concerns were turned in.

We invite you to join us and/or to submit your prayer requests:

  • drop a prayer request card into the offering plate Sunday mornings
  • drop a prayer request card by the church office
  • submit a prayer request online

Please protect your privacy and that of others. Share only information you and/or they are comfortable with others knowing. Remember, God knows all the details surrounding your request.

If you need to report a church member or attendee who is in the hospital or needs a visit:

please call the church office at 727.381.2499 ext. 214 and ask for Barbara Posey in addition to putting in a prayer request.

Prayer Path

A prayer path is a tool that provides a specific place and space too…
  • Communicate with God
  • Escape the busyness of life
  • Seek peace and rest

As we walk the path, Jesus consoles us, saying, “Come to me all you who are weary and burdened and I will give you rest… for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls” Matthew 11: 28-29

Pasadena’s Prayer Path

Parts of the Path
  • The entrance is a place to release: let go, turn off life’s distractions, and open oneself to the guidance of the Holy Spirit. It is a place to seek the presence of God.
  • The center is a place to receive: focus on God, meditate and listen to the “still, small voice” within
  • The exit is a place to reflect: return to the “everyday” world with new confidence, conviction, and peace.

Walking the Path

Like all labyrinths, our Prayer Path is a circuitous path much like the journey of life and faith. There are twists and turns, but its entrance is also its exit.

There is no right or wrong way to walk the path
  • Pause ~ Move
  • Look inward ~ Look outward
  • Praise ~ confess
  • Question ~ Respond
  • Use Words ~ Use Silence
  • Feel Free ~ Be Open
  • Dance ~ Kneel ~ Sit
  • Walk alone ~ Walk with Others