Let us then with confidence draw near to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need. – Hebrews 4:16 

Prayer Opportunities

  • “First Fire” Prayer – Fireside Room, Sunday 8:00am

During this time we ask God to help and lead our church family as we gather to worship Jesus Christ, learn God’s Word, love and serve one another, and welcome those visiting our church family. All are welcome! Contact: The church office. 785.776.0424 or

  • Tuesday Morning Men’s Prayer – Fireside Room, Tuesday 6:00am

Men of all ages pray together for the church’s missionaries, leadership & congregation. Contact: Josh Adrian

  • Wednesday Morning Women’s Prayer – Fireside Room, Wednesday 6:00am

Women of all ages pray together for the church’s missionaries, leadership & congregation. Contact: Holly or Sarah Elsey

  • In small groups (Bible studies, care groups, etc.)

Prayer Resources


Prayer 101 by Warren Wiersbe

Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy with God by Timothy Keller

Blog articles

9 Things You Should Know About Prayer In The Bible

7 Ways to Fight Distraction in Prayer

3 Ways to Deepen Small Group Prayer

Seven Things to Pray for Your Children

Ten Ways to Pray for Your Wife

30-Day Praying for Your Husband Challenge



Prayer Chain

“We will give ourselves continually to prayer.” Acts 6:4

 The prayer chain is the spiritual alarm system which communicates and takes prayerful action on the needs of the congregation, community and global needs. This network of Prayer Partners is committed to taking action through prayer on behalf of the congregation using Jesus’ words  “ask and you will receive, seek and you will find, knock and the door will be opened,” (Matthew 7:7).

The importance of the prayer chain is that it faithfully intercedes on behalf of the Grace body, its extended family or close friends who are in need by lifting up specific requests, concerns and emergency situations.

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“As it is the business of tailors to make clothes and of cobblers to mend shoes, so it is the business of Christians to pray.” – Martin Luther