There are many opportunities to engage in prayer at Grace Church and also receive prayer for any needs you might have. We have teams that specialize in physical healing, emotional healing and praying for any crisis or circumstance that you need a miracle.

Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.  (Phil 4:6)

God hears our prayers and is near to those who call upon Him (Psalm 145:18-19).  


To send us a prayer request click below.


To make an appointment to receive personal prayer from our Healing Prayer Team click below.



  • Sundays 8:30am Pre Service Prayer in the Auditorium. Every Sunday.
  • Wednesdays 9am Prayer Room. Weekly except holiday periods.  Email Leader for details. Leader Linda Hawker
  • Wednesdays 6pm Rm 6. Weekly except holiday periods Email Leader for details. Leader Martin Hoekstra


Each Sunday we respond to the prayer needs of people after each service.  By the east wall of the auditorium, a team of people are waiting to pray for anyone who would like prayer.  

If you would like to be a member of the Prayer Team, fill out a serving form.


Each week we send out an email with prayer requests to a team of people who pray over each request.  If you would like to be on this team that intercedes for these requests, email us at

One Day Prayer

Grace Church has committed to pray one day each month for Clark County. Churches all over Clark County are teaming up to pray that our communities would be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord and that all would be blessed.  

Grace Church has selected the second Sunday of each month. You are encouraged to pray where you feel most comfortable; the church building will not be available. Clark County Prayer Connect is a network of followers of Christ encouraging churches in Clark County to connect more deeply, through prayer, with Jesus Christ, His Church and those who do not yet know Him. For more information, to sign up, or any questions, please contact Steve Zimmerman.