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Prayer should always be a vital part of the life of every Christ-Follower and every church. It should not be limited to a special prayer meeting, but rather should flow into every corner of our lives as we open ourselves up to the Holy Spirit’s guidance and truth. It’s not uncommon at Mosaic to see a couple people praying together in the lobby after a gathering, or a big group of people circled up and praying for someone about to have a major surgery. We believe in the power of prayer and we want to continue to develop a culture in our church where praying together is as natural as breathing in the air around you.
Missional Communities are the heartbeat of our church. These small groups of people have a strong component of prayer built into every gathering. We hope that over time, you will feel comfortable going to your Missional Community with your prayer needs.
Every Monday night at 6:30PM at our Winter Garden Campus, the Weekday Prayer Team meets to pray for specific needs that have been brought to our attention and worship as a community. All are welcome to join! Come whenever you are free. This is a great space for rest, reflection, silence, worship and prayer. (You don’t need to commit to weekly attendance.)
All over our campuses, groups of men and women gather together for prayer before stepping into their various areas of service. Whether it is the Mosaic Connect Team, Mosaic Kids & Students Teams or the Worship Team . . . know that when you arrive at a gathering, someone has already prayed for you.
We invite you to join our Weekend Gatherings Prayer Team which gathers together during the weekend gatherings. We encourage team members to attend one gathering and pray at another. Each week, at least 3 of us will meet in the back hallway next to the glass doors. (The curved hallway behind the sanctuary.)
Additionally, if you’re in need of prayer, we have prayer request cards in the sanctuary at the communion tables. As a church community, it is in an honor to bear one another’s burdens, lifting up each other’s needs and praises.
After every gathering, we want to provide you with an opportunity to be prayed for. We always have someone from our leadership team (Elder/Pastor, Elder in Process, Deacon, or Staff Member) available and you’ll hear an announcement explaining where you can meet them at each gathering.
We recommend the following books as you seek to grow in your understanding and practice of prayer: