Prayer Group

We are a group of moms who are passionate about our sons and believe in the power of prayer. We meet one hour weekly and pray for our sons and all the young men who attend Trinity, along with the faculty, administrators and staff members who support them. We believe that of all the things we do for our sons, interceding for them in prayer is one of the greatest gifts we can give them.

We meet every Thursday morning from 8 to 9 a.m. in Trinity’s chapel. Our prayer time includes an opportunity for praise, confession, thanksgiving and intercession. We incorporate both silent and spoken prayers along with readings from God’s Word. Come weekly or as often as your schedule allows. You are always welcome.

Join us on Saturday, Feb. 25 for our Shamrock Moms Retreat!

Shamrock Moms Retreat ’17

 

 

Lamentations 2:19 … Pour out your heart like water before the presence of the Lord! Lift your hands to Him for the lives of your children.


For more information, or for those who cannot come on Thursdays but have an interest in praying, please contact Peggy Karman. Prayer requests may be sent to shamrockmomsprayer@gmail.com.

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