We’ve always desired for prayer to remain at the heart of all we do as a church, and that remains true despite this bizarre season. Many of our idolatries have been unearthed in this time and we’re reminded how desperately fragile all of us are. As this reality hits home—or even if you feel totally unaffected personally—the call is the same as it always has been: to run to Jesus, together. For this unique season, we have organized a few different contexts where we can pray together online as a church during the week; please check those out below. We love you all and we miss gathering as a church. We would love to see you join us in these prayer gatherings as we learn to pray together while physically separated. While there is a ton of new information to consume every day, let us not forget how strong Jesus is and how kind He is. Let’s run to Him together. For resources on personal daily prayer and time with Jesus, see the Spiritual Formation Page


Boiler Room Prayer

Highlands: Sundays • 8:15–8:45am • Upstairs Classroom
Downtown: Sundays • 9:15–9:45am • Upstairs Conference Room

Charles H. Spurgeon widely credited the success of his ministry to the hundreds of people who came before each service to pray for God’s blessing. He often referred to these prayer meetings as the “boiler room”—the driving source of the power of the church. Join us as we listen and cry out to God on behalf of our church and city!

Thursday Morning Prayer

Thursdays • 6:30–7:30am • Highlands Building



If you have any personal prayer requests, our staff, elders, and prayer team would love to pray with you and for you. You can post requests on the Prayer Group on CCB.

If you’d like to pray with a staff member, elder, or someone from the prayer team, email


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