We, as Jericho Ridge, are meeting together this Lent in "Prayer Triads." Our goal is to take one hour each week to pray for each other, our church, and our community.
Why Prayer Triads?
As discussed in our Transitional Meeting on Monday, Jan 29, prayer triads are a great opportunity for us as a church community to initiate a renewed emphasis on meeting together face-to-face. Our prayer and hope for each prayer triad is that through them we will grow closer together as a church family and hear God's voice of healing, vision and mission for Jericho Ridge.
As a church in a time of transition, there have been (and will continue to be) changes within our church family. This spiritual process will help unify and anchor us as we journey forward together. We trust that it will also create an environment where we can process the spiritual, relational, and emotional impacts that the last year may have had on your own life.
God hears our prayers! During this season and beyond, we aim to be a church that continues to take a posture of prayer as our first response in all circumstances. As we gather together in triads, we truly believe that we will see the power of collective prayer shape our church family.
What Will This Look Like?
This Lent (the weeks of Feb. 11 - Mar. 24), we encourage you to form a group of three (four max) individuals that you do not share a household with, and find a time each week to get together in person to pray for approximately an hour. Upon registering, we will email you a set of questions/prompts for your triad to pray into during your time each week.
How Do I Sign Up?
Before signing up, we encourage you to connect with people from Jericho Ridge that you do not regularly connect with and form a triad of three (four max) people. Once you have your group confirmed, have only one of your group members sign up via the link below.
Alternatively, if you would like us to place you in a group, we would be happy to do so. Use the link below and let us know that you are looking for a group.
You can sign up via our SurveyMonkey link found here: www.surveymonkey.com/r/jerichoridge
Jericho Ridge, as we take an intentional collective posture of praying together, we know that God will continue to work in us as a church family. So let's press into His promise of hope for us as articulated by the Apostle Paul in Romans 15:13, "I pray that God, the source of hope, will fill you completely with joy and peace because you trust in him. Then you will overflow with confident hope through the power of the Holy Spirit."