Prayer is the cornerstone of a life of discipleship, of following Jesus. The Psalms encourage us to pray as many as seven times a day, but we have many choices as to when or how to pray. Some people pray before meals, while others pray to begin and end their day. Some "pray where they are," while others benefit from a dedicated space or environment.
To submit a prayer request, click here.
To pray for our current prayer list, click here.
To listen to our prayer playlist on Spotify, click here.
To listen to our prayer playlist on YouTube, click here.
To discover our top 5 free prayer apps, click here.
To access additional prayer resources, click here.
Those in our community – family and friends – who are known to us: Kathy, Tony, Tommy, Todd, Joel, Janie, Peggy, Faith, Jack, Stacy, Ken, Debbie, Todd, Katie, Adriana, Jan, Lisa, Beth, Pete, Carol, Bill, Billy
Those who serve as healthcare professionals and first responders: Drew, Shelly, Alyssa, Laura, Chris, Jennifer
Those who are hospitalized, recovering from surgery or illness, or dealing with ongoing health issues
Those who are grieving the loss of loved ones
Please Note: We refresh our Prayer List with every new season of the church year. The names listed here will be posted and prayed for until mid-Summer 2022.
The free edition (from 1517 Media/Augsburg Fortress) contains all of the content of Luther's Small Catechism, including Luther's Morning & Evening Blessings and the Blessings at Meals. Luther's Morning and Evening Blessings are 10/10 recommended for those beginning the rhythm and discipline of daily prayer.
Taken from the book "Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals," this app includes a short prayer service for Morning, Midday, and Evening, as well as a songbook and other occasional prayers. This app is geared toward contemporary thinking, social justice, and the "new monasticism" spirituality movement.
Daily Prayer is a product of Wellspring, a community of Anglican believers based in Colorado, and includes the traditional daily prayer offices of Morning (Matins), Midday (Sext), Evening Prayer (Vespers), and Late Evening Prayer (Compline).
Recommended by the Florida-Bahamas Synod, the Centering Prayer app helps to structure your time of daily centering prayer. This practice depends on a longer prayer time of extended silence and meditation, as well as study of scripture.
Echo is a prayer app designed to record and track your prayers, remind you to pray, and share prayer requests with others. We at Zion are exploring the use of this particular app to track and share our prayer requests.