Prayer

“We must pray for more prayer, for it is the world’s mightiest healing force.”

– Frank Laubach

Why Prayer Matters

Seeking God’s will and the ability to walk in it is foundational to the Christian faith. We learn his will in Scripture, through prayer, and in community.

Here at Truro Anglican Church, we have a team of prayer ministers who are trained to listen and pray with people from all walks of life in a safe, welcoming environment. We hold all of these times of ministry as a sacred trust and maintain strict confidence.

Sunday Morning Prayer

Praying after the 9:00 and 11:15 a.m. services.

Intercessory Prayer

Praying for others.

Healing Prayer

Helping others come in the presence of Jesus and receive emotional healing. People sometimes also receive physical healing.

Lay Counseling

Listening to the concerns of another and helping them determine how God is calling them to change.

Spiritual Direction

Helping others deepen and grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ through prayer and spiritual practices and disciplines.

Sunday Morning Prayer

Prayer after the 9:00 or 11:15 a.m. services.

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Praying for others needs and concerns.

Inner Healing Prayer

Helping others come in the presence of Jesus and receive emotional healing. People sometimes also receive physical healing.

Lay Counseling

Listening to the concerns of another and helping them determine how God is calling them to change.

Spiritual Direction

Helping others deepen and grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ through prayer and spiritual practices and disciplines.