Can We Pray With YOU?

As a church, we believe that prayer is essential and changes lives. We would love to join with you to pray over any needs you have.

 

We believe – and experience each day – that prayer really can change things.  God invites us to come to Him in prayer and allow Him to work in every circumstance. We would be honored to pray for you and whatever situation you’re facing. 

 

Here are three ways you can reach out for prayer.

1. Call us: 859.259.1512

2. Email us: office@mycpointe.com

3. Submit Online, Click the button below

Will You Pray With US?

One of the shortest verses in the Bible instructs us to “pray continually.” 

 

J. Edwin Orr once said, “No great spiritual awakening has begun anywhere in the world apart from united prayer.” The world is in desperate need of spiritual awakening. Will you partner with us to cover our city, state, and church in prayer? Will you stand in the gap for your community?

 

Here are our current opportunities to join with the people of CenterPointe in Prayer.

 

Awaken - Join us Sunday mornings at 8 AM to pray before we gather for Sunday worship. We meet in the community room for this 35-45 minuter prayer gathering. All are welcome.

 

Men of Prayer - Join with other men at 6 AM every Wednesday at CenterPointe to pray over our city, state, country, friends, and church family. All men are welcome to join us for this 45 - 60 minute prayer time.

 

24 Hours of Prayer - CenterPointe is united with other churches across our city to create a movement of unceasing prayer. We’ve adopted the third Friday of each month to be our 24-hour day of prayer. Click a month below to sign up, come to the CP church building during your hour of prayer and enjoy the prayer room as you are guided to pray for revival across our land.

 

”Our prayers may be awkward. Our attempts may be feeble. But since the power of prayer is in the one who hears it and not in the one who says it, our prayers do make a difference.” – Max Lucado

 

 

“To get nations back on their feet, we must first get down on our knees.” – Billy Graham