Prayer at Carmel

At Carmel, we desire to be a house of prayer for all nations (Isaiah 56:7). 

We learn to pray by praying and praying together with brothers and sisters in Christ! What a powerful way to build strong bonds with the Lord and with one another.

At Carmel, there are a number of different prayer resources:

The Prayer Room

There is something about coming to a designated place of prayer that invites people to draw apart from the world in order to meet with God.

The Carmel Prayer Room is a place where individuals, families, small groups or prayer teams can gather to learn how to seek His face and where God is welcome to breathe into the lives of those who desire His presence. It is a space where we can learn how to intercede for more than personal needs and issues and be stretched towards God’s kingdom purposes through prayer. The prayer room is open during church hours. 

Tuesday Morning Prayer Gathering

From 7:00 - 8:00am, in the Worship Center, on the second Tuesday of each month, join with Pastor Alex for a few minutes or the hour for prayer and self-reflection.

Sunday Prayer Gatherings

The first Sunday of each month, the Elders and their wives are available in the Prayer Room between services to pray with and for you.  

On Sunday evenings at 5:00pm, a group led by Charles Cranford gathers in the Prayer Room (all are welcome).

Daughters of the King Prayer Gatherings 

All women of Carmel are invited to join together for regular, informal prayer gatherings. We provide a weekly morning gathering and a twice monthly evening gather. Click here for more details. 

Additional Resources

Pray for the Carmel Family: Click here for more information on how you can pray with, and for, the Carmel Family.   

Pray for Neighbors: To view or download the 2018 North Carolina Baptist Who is My Neighbor prayer guide, click here.


For additional prayer resources and opportunities, ask your Discipleship Community Leader or email Pastor David Bass.  

Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.  And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” 

Philippians 4:6-7