Prayer

“Pray for One Another”-Colossians 1:9-12

 

Prayer develops our relationship with God, prayer shows our dependence on God, and prayer changes things. Jesus modeled the power and importance of prayer, in every occasion and without ceasing.

 
 

Do you need prayer?

Call or email your request to Lin Norenberg
218-237-9356 / linrnbrg@unitelc.com.
 
 

Hospital & Pastor On-Call

Please contact the church office at 218-732-7284 during times of hospitalization or other health/personal crisis so that the pastoral care staff may support you with prayer and presence.
*Due to the HIPPA Privacy rule, doctors or medical attendants cannot notify your pastor without your permission or request.
 
 

Public Prayer Requests

Please contact the church office at 218-732-7284 when you have a prayer request. Requests will be listed in the bulletin for 3 weeks, or longer by request.
 
 

Ongoing Opportunities:

Prayer Team

  • Prayer Chain is an email notification when prayer is needed for specific members of situations. Those who volunteer to pray for others share their email address with the Prayer Chain contact person. Email addresses are kept private as the prayer requests are sent via the Internet. Privacy is protected and may or may not be shared from the pulpit per member’s request.

 

Stephen Ministry

  • Stephen Ministry is a one-on-one lay caring ministry that takes place in a congregation that uses the Stephen Series. Stephen Ministry congregations equip and empower lay givers, called Stephen Ministers, to provide high quality, confidential and Christ-centered care to people who are hurting.
 
 

Questions about Prayer Ministry?

Contact Lin Norenberg 218-237-9356 to join Calvary’s email prayer chain to share, receive and pray for those in need of others.
 
 

Seasonal Opportunities

Lenten Day of Prayer March 6 – April 20, 2019
World Day of Prayer March 1, 2019