The prayer room is open during office hours and during weekend worship times. You may pray, meditate, or just sit in the presence of our heavenly Father.
The room provides a certain peace and comfort for those who enter. Along with a few others, this room was a dream of Colette Anderson. The furniture including the kneeler has been purchased with the Chuck & Colette Memorial funds.
The picture on the wall to the right reads…..ask and it will be given to you, seek and you will find, knock and the door will be opened to you. This also was donated by Colette Anderson.
The brass rubbings hanging on each side of the window were done by Scherrie Goetsch. Scherrie gathered special paper, black wax crayons and a book that listed which churches would allow tourists to make brass rubbings. Practice is more limited by tourists now and only with replicas. Scherrie made the rubbings in July of 1976 in England, the county of Devon, Saint Peter’s Church in Tiverton. They are heads of John Greenway, a wool merchant, and his wife Joan dated to 1529.
The beautiful counted cross-stitch above the bookcase which reads, The Lord Bless You and Keep You…Numbers 6:24-26 was done by Rachel Leip.
The covered beams and wall studs used to build this room have prayers and bible verses, that members wrote on them as the addition was being built.
First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all people
1 Timothy 2:1