2363 Germantown Road South - Germantown, TN 38138 - Call us: 901-754-5195 Summer Worship Hours are Sundays: 9:30 am Sunday School & 10:30 am Worship


Prayer Ministry


The Prayer Ministry of Germantown Presbyterian Church has the mission of telling the Good News of the power of prayer in old ways and new ways. This is done by developing and implementing various classes, guides, and ministries to help all age groups in the church and community to learn more about prayer, and by providing opportunities for people to pray. Feel free to contact any member anytime.

Building Tomorrow Today

Germantown Presbyterian 2017 Capital Campaign

Pray for the Leadership Teams

 

 

GPC Capital Campaign Phase II

Building Tomorrow Today

Leadership Teams

Administrative Leader
Patty Jackson

Advance Commitment Leader
Jim Boyd
Gray Carter
Brenda Jeter

All Church Event Leaders
Lalla Colmer
John Colmer
Melinda Russell
Phil Russell

Children’s Leader
September Eason

Communications Package Leader
Helen Norman

Information Distribution Leaders
Bonnie Algee
Teresa Owens
Beth Willingham

Invitation/Call Leaders
Jennie Fulmer
Connie Scott
Arlene Wade

Involvement Leader
Susan Jones

Major Gifts/Financial Leaders
Jerry Huff
John Seabold
Halle Walker
Robert Walker

Prayer Leaders
Judy Carmichael
Ellie Goughnour

Response Leaders
Nancy Halter
Robert Shaw

Student Leader
Doug Geyer

Visual Leaders
Richard Fast
Stewart Holmes

Program Leaders
Beth Brock
Ben Brock
JoEllyn Slott

 

 

The Apostle Paul tells us, “Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances.” (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18a) What does that mean to us in our lives today? The Prayer Ministry helps answer this and other questions on prayer.

The Prayer Ministry of Germantown Presbyterian Church has the mission of telling the Good News of the power of prayer in old ways and new ways. This is done by developing and implementing various classes, guides, and ministries to help all age groups in the church and community to learn more about prayer, and by providing opportunities for people to pray. Feel free to contact any member anytime.

There are three Components of the Prayer Ministry: Education, Link to Ministry, and Congregation.

  • Education involves exploring old and new ways of understanding prayer and praying and educating the congregation about them through classes, retreats, pamphlets, articles, etc.
  • Link to Ministry integrates prayer and transforms existing ministries, programs, and meetings throughout the church.
  • Congregation assists in focusing on prayer throughout all facets of life: families praying together; being more conscious of continual communion with God; being more aware of God’s messages.

If you are interested in becoming involved in this invaluable ministry, please email Jean Carroll or call the church office at 901-754-5195.