The theme of this year’s Prayer Weekend is: Deepening Relationships. We will focus our prayers on deepening our relationships with God, family, friends, our church and community. The weekend includes facilitated prayer sessions, and a five station Prayer Walk. Each Prayer Station will have a Hands-On option suitable for children and adults. Prayer Guides (print & online) are available as a guide through the Prayer Walk.
Friday, January 12 // 6:00 p.m. // Church-wide Potluck!
Potluck supper, followed by a prayer concert with worship and corporate prayer and group prayer. Family surnames, A-H please bring a dessert. Family surnames, I-Z please bring a main dish.
Saturday, January 13 // 7:00 a.m.
Elder-led prayer for Grant Memorial Church, the Schaffner family, leadership, ministries, missions, partnerships.
Saturday, January 13 // 12:00 p.m.
LCS-led prayer for Rob Charach, LCS staff, students, Grant and LCS youth and challenges facing the school and youth.
Saturday, January 13 // 7:00 p.m.
Prayer Concert with worship, prayer, fellowship; personal, contemplative prayer.
Saturday, January 13 // Midnight
Worship and prayer, focus on relations with God, our city and Canada.
Sunday, January 14 // 7:00 a.m.
Elder-led prayer for morning services.
Sunday, January 14 // 9 a.m. & 11 a.m. Services focused on prayer followed by extended time of prayer with elders and prayer team: individual requests.
Sunday, January 14 // 7:00 p.m.
Worship and Elder-led prayer responding to Prayer Chapel prayer cards, and missions and individual needs.
We hope that all who call Grant Memorial their home church will participate in some or all of these opportunities. For those who cannot physically join us at the church, we invite you to participate from home with the assistance of a Prayer Guide. May this truly be a time of deepened relationships in our individual and collective journeys with our Lord, our family, our friends, our church and our community. God bless you.
Norman Brown, Bruce Day, Allan Dyck, Yuri Hooker, Paul Meisner, Richard Quiring, John Schaffner (Senior Pastor), Dick Stephens