Pray Together — Herndon UMC Prayer Chain
Herndon UMC is a church family, in the broadest sense of the phrase. We care deeply about each other and share our prayer concerns. We believe in the power of prayer. Prayer requests may be offered here on the form on this page, during worship experiences in the chat, over email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and on offering envelopes.
The Herndon UMC Prayer Chain notifies you when a member of our community is in need of prayer and allows you to add your personal prayers for them. E-mails come out regularly, usually once or twice a week. If you would like to receive Prayer Chain e-mails please sign up at MailChimp.
Prayers submitted here will be added to the Herndon UMC Prayer Chain.
Read. Ponder. Pray. — Weekday Devotions
To help us all make space for God each day. We invite you to spend a few minutes reading, reflecting, and praying over scripture. These devotions are usually connected to the previous Sunday sermon and are made available through Herndon UMC’s Facebook and Instagram accounts.
Herndon UMC’s 701 (Breakthrough) Prayer
This prayer was written by members of Herndon UMC as we continue to work towards a strategic plan that helps us to live the teachings of Jesus so that everyone may know God’s love and grow in Spirit-filled relationships. This prayer is designed to help center our whole community in prayer with the focus on opening us to the Holy Spirit and what God is calling our community to be, moving forward.
Pray it every day.
Everyone is invited to pray this prayer at least daily. To tie into our church address, 701 Bennett Street, you are invited to pray this prayer at 7:01 am or 7:01 pm. Small groups are also encouraged to use this prayer in opening or closing meetings.
To help you carry the prayer with you, a number of images above. Scroll through and download an image that appeals to you. Carry it with you on your phone. Make it your lock screen and see it every time you open your phone.
Put it somewhere you will see it often. You can also download an image, print it, and hang it on your refrigerator.
Feel free to share the images on your social media, and to invite others to pray with you. #701Prayer #boldinprayer