The mission of the Spirituality & Prayer Ministry is to:
Pray for Duluth First United Methodist Church and our community.
Encourage and teach others prayer and other spiritual disciplines for renewal of their spirits.
Receive and disseminate prayer requests in a timely manner.
Obtain instructional material to facilitate spiritual formation and prayer practice.
Sponsor conferences on spirituality and prayer.
Become a visible prayer presence in the community being known as a "House of Prayer".
Let the Holy Spirit guide us in all aspects of this mission.
Equip and educate ministry members to accomplish the objectives of this ministry.
Activities and areas where you can participate include:
Bible studies and Prayer workshops
Intercessory Prayer Teams
Healing Prayer Ministry
Hedge Prayer Ministry
For more information about the Spirituality & Prayer Ministry, please contact Rev. Dr. C. Kay Fuino, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 770-476-3776, ext. 117.
Special Event - Prayer Bead Workshop: June 26th
Join us on Sunday, June 26th, from 4 to 6 p.m. in Rainey Fellowship Hall, for a Prayer Bead Workshop, led by Kristen Vincent. You may remember that Kristen was our guest speaker at this year’s Ash Wednesday service. An award-winning author, speaker, and artisan whose passion is spiritual formation, including the use of prayer beads, Kristen is a graduate of Duke Divinity School and The Academy for Spiritual Formation.
All are welcome to attend this workshop and the cost is $10 per person. You will learn about the many types of aids people use to pray, and will have an opportunity to make a set of prayer beads. There will be activities for all ages. Stay afterwards for a cookout featuring hot dogs, potato chips, and a beverage.
Please register by contacting Tracy Brinker by e-mail at email@example.com or calling 770-476-3776. Walk-ins are also welcome.
Do You Need Prayers?
You can now submit your prayer requests online at www.duluthumcprayers.org. Members of the Prayer Network will pray for you, a family member or friend throughout the week. Requests can be general and made anonymously. All prayer requests remain confidential within the confines of the prayer network.