Prayer Resources

The Discipleship Committee has put together a list of recommend books to aids in developing a consistent and varied prayer life. Check out our Prayer Resources page for details.

CCPC Prays!

We encourage believers to take part in a wide range of prayer activity, from small groups to study to retreats and prayer services.

Knit Together - Prayer Shawl Ministry   

In this COVID time, we are "knit together!"  If you like to knit or do handiwork, join us Wednesdays at 6:30 on Zoom.  Several will be focusing on making prayer shawls for our Care Ministry.  You are welcome to join us!  Contact Sandra Hurlbert  here for a zoom link!  

Prayer Partners

Prayer Partners  is a group of CCPC women who commit to pray for their assigned partner every day. On the first Saturday of each month, the group meets on Zoom at 9am during the COVID times.                                             

For more information contact Pat Markell at 972-235-3295.

Prayer List

The Open Hearts Prayer Ministry was launched in the Fall of 2012 to unify our church in opening our hearts to God in prayer,  Each week, the Open Hearts ministry distributes a current list of prayer requests to all who have committed to pray, including Deacons and members of prayer groups. This e-publication guides those who take part.

Sign Up to receive the Prayer List.

Prayer Room

You are welcome to our new prayer room any time the building is open.  It is located on the first floor near the North Entrance by the Colubarium/Chapel.  In this holy space, feel free to sit in the soothing music, and experience God's presence in any of the different opportunities and ways to pray offered, including walking the Labyrinth in the Columbarium.  

Send Us Your Prayer Request

Safe Conversations about Racism (SCARs). Check out the lineup for fall.
Connect Groups - Join a connect group to stay in faith-touch while we are apart!
Worship on the Lawn, September 27, 8:15 am
Family Retreat, November 13 - 15, 2020
For ages 8 weeks to Pre-K Fours. Enrolling now!
We hope to move to Phase 1 if COVID-19 cases in Dallas and Collin County decrease.
Deepen your prayer life with new Prayer Resources on the Prayer Ministry webpage.