Boiler Room Prayer
Every week on Sunday from 8:15a to 9:00a
Charles H. Spurgeon, who preached the Gospel with enormous effectiveness, never took credit for the success of his ministry. Instead, he pointed to the hundreds of people who came before each service to pray for God’s blessing.
Steam power was the norm of Spurgeon’s day, and he often referred to these prayer meetings as the “boiler room”—the driving source of the power of the church.
Join us on Sunday mornings before the 9am service to listen and cry out to God in prayer for all who might join us that day.