Prayer Ministry

Prayer Ministry Team

The prayer ministry team seeks to ignite passion for Jesus Christ so that Columbia becomes a church of constant prayer.

Columbia’s prayer ministry include:

Congregational prayer list. Twice a week, Columbia updates its congregational prayer list.  The list includes praises and prayer concerns.  If you would like to add to or update the prayer list, please email the prayer list or leave a voice mail message on the prayer line at 703-534-5740, ext. 264.

Times of corporate prayer:

Sunday morning prayer: 7:30-8:00am, Room 209. Join the pastoral team and other Columbians every Sunday morning as we begin the Lord's Day with a time of prayer. 

Receiving prayer in Worship. On the first Sunday of each month, the 9:45 Celebration and 11:15 Classic worship services have a time of extended prayer. Columbians are invited to complete and turn in a special prayer card or come forward to receive prayer.

Monthly prayer gathering.  Come prayer for an hour with fellow Columbians.  The next gathering will be late October.

Upcoming prayer training.

Entry Level-Prayer training  October 22, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm.
This training, led by The Falls Church Anglican, equips you to briefly pray for someone's personal needs.  Registration fee is $25.  Click here for more information or to register.

Lord, Teach of Us to Pray!  November 17-18.
This training, led by the College of Prayer International--Washington DC campus, provides extended times of spirit-led worship, biblically based training, break-out group discussion time.  This Thursday evening and Friday event is located at Fort Foote Baptist Church in Fort Foote, Maryland.  Click here for more information or to register.

Prayer resources. The prayer ministry team has a library of prayer resources.  Please contact Eric Reiser, x270 if you would like to browse through or borrow any of the resources.

Prayer room. 
Columbia's prayer room, room 203, is available if you are looking for a space for personal prayer.

If you have a heart for seeing God’s people in prayer, consider joining the prayer
ministry team.  Contact:  Jovan Johnson, prayer team lay leader