Let us Pray: The Purpose and Power of Prayer

Let us Pray: The Purpose and Power of Prayer

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BY THE REV. LUKE JERNAGAN

Communication is essential to any relationship. Whether between parents and children, spouses, siblings, or friends, relationships thrive or wither based on the frequency and quality of our communication with one another. The same is true of our relationship with God. The only way to communicate with God is through prayer. Prayer is as essential to faith as water is to life. But prayer can be confusing. Even the disciples asked Jesus how they should pray. Prayer is also a limitless source of comfort, strength, and wisdom. This three week Lenten series will explore what prayer is, how we pray, and what we should expect from prayer. It will take place from 6-7:15pm on February 25, March 4 & 11. Dinner will be served and childcare will be provided. Please call the church office or email office@stpetersepiscopal.org to RSVP. Dinner is $5 per person / $15 per family.