Prayer at Second

Spring Prayer Meetings: March 3, April 7 & May 5

Spring is near and with it is hope of transition toward to a new normal. Life has been difficult and so very different for the past year. As we consider how to reconnect as church family, we invite you to join us for three monthly prayer meetings, March 3, April 7, and May 5.

This guided congregational prayer time, led by our staff, will meet from 12:00-12:45pm, in our Sanctuary (masks and social distancing will be observed).

We invite you to join us as we will call upon the name of the Lord (Jeremiah 29:12) and seek His plans and guidance for our church, our city, our country, and our world. Our church’s commitment to this prayer time is in partnership with several other Memphis-area church congregations that are also seeking God’s renewal, revival, and strengthening of the global Church in a post-pandemic world.

View the April 7, 2021 Prayer Guide.

View the March 3, 2021 Prayer Guide.


Pray for our global missionaries

We support more than 60 missionaries in 7 strategic regions of the world. Please commit to faithfully praying for them and those they serve. On our Global Mission Partners page (linked below), our missionaries (or sometimes a missions committee member speaking on their behalf) personally share with you through a recorded video how you can pray for them.

In addition, you may sign up for daily or weekly missionary prayer requests to arrive via text or email.


Pray for the Neighborhoods of Memphis 

One of the greatest joys of living in Memphis is interacting with our neighbors. We see each other at work, school, local restaurants, church, and in the communities in which we live. We love our city, and we long to see it flourish. Each of us can be a part of that flourishing through prayer. 

Prayer is key for change in our city. This prayer book is a resource to help you better pray for our mission partners and to consider how to pray for your own neighborhood as well as other neighborhoods in Memphis. 


Prayer Room Available

Looking for a quiet place to pray? There’s a designated Prayer Room, open to anyone, located on the first floor of the B building.

past Day of Prayer Guides

Good Friday 2020 Prayer Guide [PDF]