The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.
Welcome to the community of Shiloh's prayer groups. The prayer groups consists of both men and woman, young and older, who commit to prayer at a moment's notice. Our prayer partners have a heart to intercede for others through prayer before the Almighty. You can request prayer through any of the methods below, or you can submit your prayer request by submitting the form below. Shiloh will submit your prayer to one of our prayer methods.
If you would like to be a part of one of our prayer groups, please contact the church office.
Bridges of Love
Bridges of Love is a Shiloh prayer and support ministry.
If you need immediate prayer
or encouraging support,
Bridges of Love will contact
its members who will then go before God in prayer as soon as they're notified, or begin seeking support help. Learn more about the ministry by clicking the button below.
Hello, my name is Teela Wentz, and I'm the Tuesday night prayer leader. Please consider joining us. We need you! Scripture tells us to call upon Him and He will answer. (Jeremiah 33:3)
Scripture also says that our requests, prayers, intercession, and thanksgiving are to be made on behalf of all people.
(1 Timothy 2)
We need any and all who are willing to come before God in prayer-agreement to join us on Zoom every Tuesday night at 7 p.m. See you then.
The Hebrew word for "pray" is Palal. It is spelled with two letters, pey (P) and lamed (L). The lamed is used twice. The root of Palal is PL and one of its meanings is to "speak to authority." From the parent root pal we get the meaning “fall." So, when we Palal we are falling before the presence, and pleading our cause before one in authority. The One of Authority we fall before is God. Shiloh's "Palal request" is done through email. If you would like to request prayer through Shiloh's Palal, please use the email below. Your email prayer request will be sent to all Palal members.