Prayer and Healing Ministry

First United Methodist Church of Conroe
The Prayer and Healing Ministry, serving as a conduit of God's love, grace and healing power, is trained and committed to pray with and for those who need prayer as a result of a personal problem or loss, or who need spiritual, emotional, or physical healing.
 
Prayer ministers are available to offer prayer upon request on Sunday mornings and are identified by badges that say, "Prayer and Healing Ministry, May I pray for you?"  Prayer ministers are available to pray with you in the Susanna Room adjacent to the Sanctuary on Sundays from 8:00 a.m.-8:30 a.m. and from 12:00 p.m.-12:30 p.m., during Holy Communion and at the end of services at designated areas.  The Chapel is open for personal prayer from 8:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m. on Sundays as well as throughout the week when the building is open. 
 
You are encouraged to fill out a blue prayer card located in the sanctuary pews and either place them in the offering plate or turn them in at the church office. Prayer requests may also be submitted online at CLICK HERE
 
We know the power of prayer and want to pray with you, for you or to intercede with you for others.  Prayer requests, whether submitted on prayer cards, the web or shared with a prayer minister, are all kept confidential. 
 
For more information or to serve in this ministry, contact Joan Serrette at j.serrette@yahoo.com or call the church office at 936-756-3395. 
 
 
E-mail Prayer Chain Ministry
I thank God, whom I serve, as my forefathers did, with a clear conscience, as night and day I constantly remember you in my prayers.  When we join the United Methodist church we take a vow to uphold it with our prayers, presence, gifts and service.  Anyone who has a computer at home or work can be a part of the e-mail prayer chain ministry, and it only takes a few moments each day.  By signing up at the church office or on the church website, you will receive a brief daily message listing prayer requests and praises from church members as well as requests posted to the church website.  You will join other prayer warriors in lifting up these prayer and praise messages as a part of the body of Christ.  2 Timothy 1:3