The Prayer Ministry of Alpharetta Methodist exists to:

  • Glorify God

  • Promote personal, local church and community prayer

There are numerous ways in which we pray for our church family and friends. There are also many opportunities for serving in our Prayer Ministry.

  • Church Staff Prayer
    If you’d like a person on the church staff to pray for or with you, please call the church office, 770-475-5576, Monday-Thursday (9 a.m.-5 p.m.) or Friday (9 a.m.-4 p.m.).
  • Email Prayer Team
    This prayer team receives prayer requests through email and lifts them up to the Lord. Submit a prayer request.
  • Flamebearers
    This group meets in room T333 and the Prayer Chapel (room T355) on the fourth Thursday of each month to pray for the ministries, missions and leadership of the church. To join us, contact: Karen Barber770-740-0419
  • Healing Ministry
    All healing is of God. The Healing Ministry offers an opportunity to seek healing and wholeness of body, mind and spirit through prayer. When requested, healing prayer is available for you at the church, in your home, in hospital rooms, etc. Contact Rev. Brad Greene.
Prayer Chapel
We have a new space at the church that's designed to help you honor the words from Psalm 46 -- "Be still and know that I am God." Our Prayer Committee has carefully guided the design of our new Prayer Chapel, located on the 3rd floor (room 302), and you're invited to make use of it! The Prayer Chapel is focused on a rough-hewn cross made from reclaimed lumber from our own church property. Kneelers invite you to lower your position as you approach the cross. There are several comfortable seats to pause, spend time, reflect and pray. Gentle music sets a peaceful tone in which to seek -- and encounter -- God's presence. The Prayer Chapel is always open and available for your use. Come and enjoy the setting as you learn to "be still, and know that I am God."

The Prayer Committee of Alpharetta Methodist exists to remind church members that prayer is the most fundamental act of Christians. The committee encourages and provides opportunities for the people to be more effective in their corporate and individual prayer life. Education about and leadership in prayer are the committee’s main task.

Prayer Committee an administrative group comprised of five church members. The committee’s work includes communicating prayer requests to three prayer groups, Prayer  Supporters, the Prayer Chain and ministers.

When you submit a prayer request, you may designate the Prayer Chain, Prayer Supporters or ministers  or all three groups — to receive your prayer request.  The Prayer Committee will distribute your request to the group(s) you have designated.

  • Ministers: David Walters, Brad Greene and Terri Henkel; administrative support by Cindy Burkett.
  • Prayer Supporters:  A group of nine church members.
  • Prayer Chain: 208 church members (Any member of the church can become a member of the Prayer Chain. The Prayer Chain’s sole purpose is  to pray for the prayer requests.