Season of Prayer & Hope

Please join us each day at noon for the National Anthem followed by a moment of prayer.

We may not know what the future holds but we sure do know Who holds the future. God is always with us. During these troubling times it is so important to come together and pray for one another in our community. God will give us the hope, peace and encouragement that we need. WPER wants to be a place of refuge during these troubling times.

WPER would like to invite you to join us for a Season of Prayer and Hope! Let’s come together, like we’ve always done, to pray for each other and bring hope to our community

We will make it through this. Together.

In this time of uncertainty within our country, we want to come together with our communities for a Season of Prayer and Hope.  We want to bring hope to those who are hurting; we want to show the love of Christ to our neighbors, families and friends. We want to remind ourselves of the power of prayer.  If you have a prayer request or know someone in need of prayer, please let us know.

Call 877-859-9737 to share your prayer.

We need to lift up those on the front lines, helping to keep us safe and healthy; healthcare workers, first responders, police, firefighters, and military’ service workers of any kind (grocery stores, postal workers, delivery drivers, etc).

We need to pray for our teachers, students, schools, and parents.  As well as be in prayer for area churches and pastors, small businesses and lost jobs, those recovering from Coronavirus around the world and people in high risk categories; and for our leaders and our country as a whole.

Finally, a prayer for all of us – a prayer of faith, a prayer against fear.

Call 877-859-9737 to share your prayer. You can also click on the link below to view the WPER online Prayer Wall. You can submit  your prayer request as well as pray for others. Let’s come together as a community to bring hope and healing through Christ.

Online Prayer Wall
  • Daily Prayers

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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