DISCOVERY ONLINE! 

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At Discovery we believe that prayer is the heartbeat of our lives as God's people both individually and especially corporately. We believe that prayer is our first priority and not our last resort. One of the ways we live this out is during a special time of community prayer after our opening worship time during our Sunday gatherings. Also every Tuesday evening from 7-9 in our boardroom we gather to pray for each other and our community at large. On this page you will find some of the prayers we are currently holding up as a community of faith before our Lord. 

If you have a prayer request or need please feel free to head to our NEW "Prayer Request" page and leave us a comment or request there.


In this section of our Prayer Ministries page we will from time to time be posting prayer requests that we have received... either from our service times or through our community of faith!

Here are a few prayer requests that we are currently praying for...

"Please pray for our worship team as God leads new worship people to our community of faith... for the connection and integration of those God has placed here at DC!"

"Please pray for the many families dealing with health issues for their aging parents. Pray for wisdom, patience, and peace. "

"Please pray for the church community as we engage the "REFOCUSING 2018" efforts in seeking God's leading and guidance for the future of our church and its ministry in the Ridge Meadows area and beyond!"

"Please pray for Pastor Trevor who has suffered a severe concussion that has caused him to be off of work since September 3! Pray that God will heal, that the Spirit would lead him to the help he needs to fully recover."

Thanks for your continued prayers in support of these requests and for joining with saints everywhere in praying for our friends, families, and our world!


"Our prayers may be awkward. Our attempts may be feeble. But since the power of prayer is in the one who hears it and not in the one who says it, our prayers do make a difference." 

                                                                                                                                                    -Max Lucado