And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the Lord’s people. -Ephesians 6:18

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Centering Prayer

Online via Zoom, every Tuesday at 4pm

Centering Prayer reads the Gospel for this coming Sunday. This practice helps one to more fully engage times of worship each week. It also invites anyone who comes to be renewed in faith. This community is part of the organization that identifies with Father Thomas Keating. 

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Bringing Prayer to You

If you or somebody you love is in need of any of the following types of prayer, please give the office a call at (530) 895-3754 and let us know.

Prayer List. If you or somebody you know is ill, has cancer, has died, is in homebound or assisted living, is a service member, or if you simply wish to give thanks for someone or something, email us at office@chicofaithlutheran.org and we will add the names to our prayer list. 

Eucharistic Ministry. Eucharistic Ministers take communion from Sunday morning worship to people who are homebound due to health concerns. 

Prayer Chain. If somebody you know is in immediate crisis, we will fire up the prayer chain. In the prayer chain, several members of our congregation are called and texted so that we can all pray.

Prayer Shawls. The Prayer shawl ministry continues by individuals who pray as they crochet shawls, which are given to students, homebound persons, and persons with special needs.

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministers serve God by providing distinctively-Christian, confidential, free, one-on-one weekly spiritual support to people going through difficult times. During the past fiscal year, four people have received Stephen Ministry care through Faith’s program. We’re excited about having more people sharing their gifts through this ministry and invite anyone who feels called to this caring ministry to contact us about becoming a Stephen Minister. 

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