Boiler Room Prayer

“Boiler Room” prayer is a time of corporate prayer on Sunday mornings, designed specifically to pray for the ministries of the church while they are being held. This aspect of our prayer ministry is open to anyone who wishes to participate. The “Boiler Room” is named for and patterned after the ministry established by Charles Spurgeon in the latter half of the 19th century at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, London, where members gathered in the boiler room of the church, to pray for church services while they were in progress. Our Boiler Room ministry takes place each Sunday at 8:15 a.m., 9:00 a.m., and 10:30 a.m., using prayer guides that help us pray for every facet of our worship services and Sunday School. The schedule is flexible, with most of those who participate praying once a month. Please join us as we pray and eagerly anticipate God’s hand at work during the worship and Sunday School ministries at Christ Baptist Church. For more information about this unique prayer opportunity contact Joel Gray or Jerry & Rita Anderson (919-772-3975).