The value of consistent prayer is not that He will hear us, but that we will hear Him.
Prayer Walking Portland
In groups of 2 or 3, we plan to walk, bike, or drive a few streets each week to pray for the people of our community, home by home. Starting on the outskirts of town and working our way towards downtown the next few months, we will stop before each house. We are praying for divine intervention in the life of each person living in each home or place of business, for blessings, for victories, and to know God's love.
Join Us for Prayer Before Worship on Sabbath*:
Prayer Ministry is inviting you to pray before worship each Sabbath, and is open to anyone who feels a need to call on God. If you have a special need that you want prayer for, or want to prayer for our pastor, leaders, or members, join us at 9:00 am before the worship service, Oasis wants to be available to you for prayer. We are His servants in prayer, called to pray with you and for you.
*In the front study room on the piano side.
Oasis Sabbath Prayer
"Father, Jesus Christ, and Holy Spirit,
Thank You for creating the Seventh day
Because each week it reminds us that:
We were created by You,
Our blessings comes from You,
Our rest is found in You,
Our holiness comes from You,
Thank you for Your heart of love
And Your amazing grace that saves us.
Prayer requests can be made online, or a handwritten request can be dropped in the locked prayer box at either entrance. The utmost care will be given to your request. If dropping in prayer box, please mark requests as follows:
You are invited to experience our Creator and Savior through the life altering experience of dynamic prayer.
Prayer is conversation, and conversing with God is central to the life of following Jesus. Prayer is often portrayed in Scripture as a communal act.
We pray together in many ways at Oasis. Sometimes there is a prayer space offered.
Sometimes we provide moments of silence for personal prayer. Sometimes we enter a posture that reflects our prayer.
We believe God is present and God is listening; and in prayer, we can hear Him. So, we pray.