Prayer Ministries

We have an active prayer ministry where men and women can support each other and be encouraged in their daily lives. The men’s group and women’s group each meet weekly.

Tuesday Morning Men’s Hour of Power

Every Tuesday from 5am to 6am, men meet for a devotional, mutual fellowship and prayer over an early morning cup of coffee. This men’s meeting is held in the small fellowship hall next to the kitchen in the lower level of WMC. Men of all ages and walks of life are welcome and invited to attend.

Overcomers Prayer

Confidential   Supportive    Caring

A weekly women’s prayer group, meeting Wednesdays mornings from 9-11 in the conference room (behind the pulpit, across from the secretaries office) for a time of sharing, praying and mutual care.  Our focus is praying for the needs of the church, the nation, those serving in missions, and beyond.

Currently we are a group of six ladies who have enjoyed rich fellowship and have seen many answers to prayer.  We are not perfect, starchy, saints, but real people who have each been on a journey of “Overcoming” at various times in our lives.  We welcome you to join us.

Personal requests are kept confidential and may be placed by phone, texting, email or the prayer request box located by the women’s restroom in the main foyer.  If you’re going through a difficult time and want to stop in just to receive personal prayer during the 9-11 time frame we welcome that as well…no need to stay.  You’re curious but not sure, feel free to visit a couple times to see if this ministry is a good fit for you. No one is expected to pray audibly.

Our Format

  • The first 10 minutes are spent walking through the auditorium and foyer praying silently as the Lord leads us individually
  • We then move to the comfortable chairs in the conference room and spend 20-30 minutes praying over WMC’s current prayer page, and praying for the church, nation, those serving in missions and beyond
  • In the remaining time each lady who desires to, has opportunity to share personal concerns, and prayer and encouragement is offered on her behalf.