Prayer at First Pres
There are many opportunities for prayer at First Pres. Please check out the listings below. If you have a First Presbyterian Church prayer group of any kind that is open to new people and would like to have it listed here, please send information to .
A group of caring Christians want to pray for you and lift your requests to God.
You may submit a prayer request:
- By email to
- By telephone - call Gladys Meyer at either 303.530.3575
- By completing a Prayer Request Form available in the pews of both the chapel and sanctuary
Electronic prayer requests are monitored closely and ALL requests are handled in a confidential manner.
Please limit your request to a maximum of 3 sentences to keep the relay of information accurate.
All requests are held and prayed for over a two-week period. If it is possible for you to provide an update after that time, it is greatly appreciated.
If you are interested in becoming a prayer chain member, we have a place for you! Please contact Ann Stroman at 303.460.8859 for more information or to volunteer.
An Invitation to Healing Prayer
A time of Healing Prayer takes place every third Sunday of the month following the 9:30 and 11:00 worship services. Come forward after the service for prayer and to be anointed with oil by an Elder of the church, following the model of James 5:13-16. The Elders invite you to bring your prayers for spiritual, physical and emotional healing.
Children and Family KidTrek Prayer Calendar
The Children and Family ministry publishes a monthly prayer calendar for prayer requests for that ministry.
Prayer for Outreach, Service, and our Church in Transition
Come join us in prayer! A number of people from Men's Life, the Alpha course, Lamb's Lunch, Deacons, Children's Ministries and the Missions department are meeting from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. every Tuesday morning in the Chapel to pray for outreach and service at our church and for the church in general during this period of transition. You may come regularly or just drop in, and you may pray silently or with a small group of people. Those that make it always leave feeling blessed by this time spent in prayer. We hope to see you there!
Prayer Groups for Moms with College Kids
Got a kid off at college? There is no time more critical than right now to be lifting him or her up in prayer. Meet with other moms and be amazed at God’s provision as a result of your prayer time. Not only will you have the privilege of a group of mothers praying for your child, there’s the added bonus of hearing and sharing what other parents experience during this uncertain and sometimes unsettling time of life. New groups are forming based on various locations and meeting times.