Prayer at First
Welcome to the new prayer page for First Baptist Church! If you are looking for the live stream prayer meeting, please keep scrolling down. We invite you to explore this page and discover the new tools that we have for our church family to be connected through prayer to each other and to the Lord. Here you can submit prayer requests and view requests of others. Let them know that you are praying for them by clicking the “I prayed for this” button.
We believe that prayer is the most powerful and effective thing that we can do in order to see change in our circumstances, others, and our world. Let’s lift each other up and and share our requests and praises here.
Fill out the form below. You can choose to have your request shared online with your name, shared online anonymously, or keep it private completely. After submitting your request, it will be moderated and posted after moderation. Requests posted on weekends or holidays may experience some delays in posting.
Private requests will only be shared with our prayer team and will remain confidential.
If your prayer request has been answered, or if you have updates to it, please let us know by e-mailing email@example.com with your updates.
Live Streaming at 11:30 am on Wednesdays
At this time Prayer Meeting is in-person at 11:30 am in the Sanctuary. This meeting will also be streamed LIVE on this webpage below at 11:30 am.
If you are having trouble viewing the stream on our webpage you can access the LIVE stream prayer meeting on our Facebook page. Scroll down until you find the stream. (You must have a Facebook account to view the stream on Facebook. If you don’t have one, consider making one. It’s very easy to do. All you need is an email address. Click here to make a Facebook account)
Please submit your prayer request using the prayer tool above to have your request added to the First Family Prayer Sheet or call the number below.
Please call 803-343-8562 with your prayer needs.
Did you miss a prayer meeting and want to catch up? Use the button below to view the archives.