Prayer at Carmel

At Carmel, there are a number of different ways to get involved in prayer ministry.  

Call to Prayer - 7 Weeks of Prayer

Join us on a path of self-examination to seek HOW and WHERE God is calling you to grow. Pastor Alex will kick off this Call to Prayer on Sunday, March 19 during all 3 worship services.  

Carmel Family Prayer List

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

Church Prayer Gatherings

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 monthly evening gather. Click here for more details.

Wednesday Night Prayer Gatherings

Gather with others in the Prayer Room for a time of corporate prayer. Or gather with this participating in Adult Bible Study for prayer. Once a month, Pastor Alex will lead a time of corporate prayer in the Worship Center. 

Sunday Prayer Gatherings

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

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.  

Prayer Walks

The Carmel Mile is a one-mile trail around the perimeter of our campus designed to guide an individual or group in specific prayer for our Neighbors. Follow the trail and markers designated by the green path below to each sign. Each sign features suggested prayer points and actions plans for our current prayer focus.

The Carmel Mile connects to the shorter Carmel Prayer Path, designated by the orange line on the map, and has six prayer posts that guide the walker to pray for Carmel’s mission and ministries. 


For additional prayer resources and opportunities, ask your Discipleship Community Leader or email Gina Meinders.

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

"Pray continually..." I Thessalonians 5:17