Our prayer ministry supports many persons in times of need and connects them with God’s love and care.
You may e-mail confidential requests to our Private Prayer Chain: email@example.com
The Prayer Chain is a group of people who are committed to praying for a specific need once they are notified of such a need. Although the pastor is on this private prayer chain, these requests are not shared with the congregation at large.
Our dedicated Prayer Room is a place to spend one-on-one quiet time with God. There are pictures, music that can be played, and scripture to meditate on. Complete with a kneeler, it is the perfect place to reconnect with God or search for answers from God.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
A Prayer Shawl is tangible evidence of prayer. As the prayer shawl is crocheted or knitted, the person who is to receive the shawl is prayed for. Even if we don’t know who will be receiving the prayer shawl, the person making it still prays for whoever might be receiving it. Our Prayer Shawl Ministry meets the 2nd Saturday of each month from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. in the Agape Room. Everyone is welcome to come learn a few basic stitches to make a Prayer Shawl for someone in need!
For more information, please contact Kathy Norrod at firstname.lastname@example.org or (972) 298-7015.
Labyrinth – A Tool for Meditation and Reflection
A labyrinth is a prayer path on which one can pray, meditate, talk to God, or just BE. It is a circular path that takes a person to the center on one path and returns them to the outside on the same path.
The word labyrinth refers to the maze-like patterns on the floor of some medieval churches, such as Chartres Cathedral in France. These labyrinths may have been intended to symbolize the Christian pilgrim’s walk with God. They may also have been used as a focus for meditation and prayer.
Today, in our fast-paced technological society, we often have difficulty finding time for prayer and meditation. That is why some churches, such as Trinity UMC, have rediscovered labyrinths. They have developed intricate pathways on floors within their church buildings, and invite people to walk these paths while reflecting on themselves as spiritual beings, created by God.
We suggest that while walking the labyrinth, people may want to reflect on where they are in their lives; quiet their minds—letting go of some of the worries of work and home; focus on a question that they have been asking; read scripture; or simply pray.
If you would like to experience the Labyrinth, please call for an appointment so we can help make your walk all that you need it to be.
For more information or to make an appointment, please contact Kathy Norrod at email@example.com or 972-298-7015.
Please notify Pastor Debbie or Pastor Josue about emergencies or any other Pastoral Care needs within our congregation.
Rev. Debbie Riggsby
Call: (972) 296-2155*
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Pastor Josue Rodriguez
Call or text: (972) 748-4752
Or you may contact the church office: (972) 296-2155, firstname.lastname@example.org.