“Guard your heart with all diligence, for out of it is the wellspring of life.”
DAILY PRAYER RHYTHM
There are so many cravings and distractions vying for first place in our lives. Choosing to set apart time to pray and be with God gives us a way to anchor and align our hearts each day with the heart of God. Praying 3 times a day, morning, midday, and evening, ensures that we don’t get too far into any day without reorienting ourselves to His presence. Everything we do flows from communion with God in prayer.
You are invited to join our Daily Prayer Rhythm, comprised of three daily prayers which may be observed in as short as 30 seconds or as long as an hour. This rhythm of prayer is inspired by the way Jesus prayed, and is modeled after the practices of the early church.
This daily prayer rhythm will help keep your heart soft and enable you to walk in step with the movement of the Spirit.
Feel free to join in on these prayer rhythms, and use the helpful guides below as a jumping-off point
shared prayer rhythms
We are also committed to modeling prayer rhythms corporately. Therefore, we are joining together with churches from around the city to pray morning, midday, and evening each week for the rest of 2020 as a shared initiative to see a move of God in our city.
We have created a sign-up with hour long prayer slots for morning, midday, and evening times. Please sign-up for an hour and join us in this movement of prayer.Sign-Up to Pray
We also desire to come together and share collectively what the Lord is speaking to us personally and to our various churches. We will gather each Wednesday at 7am on zoom, and at noon on Instagram live to share, worship and pray together. We will also come together once a month for a worship and prayer nights called, “Kingdom Come” to collectively seek revival for New York City. These times are open for anyone to join and participate, please log on and invite a friend.
“As for me, I call to God, and the Lord saves me. Evening, morning and noon. I cry out in distress, and he hears my voice.”