“After they prayed, the place where they were meeting was shaken. And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke the word of God boldly”. Acts 4:31
Welcome to the Prayer Ministry
Welcome to North Coast Calvary Chapel’s Prayer Ministry. We would like to release you to change your world through the Power of Prayer. Please contact me if I can help you in your pursuit of God and His will through prayer.
Orville Stanton, Pastor of Caring Ministry
760-929-0029 x106 Email Orville
Nancy McNerney, Administrative Assistant
760-929-0029 x158 Email Nancy
To submit a prayer request click here
The Prayer Ministry of North Coast Calvary Chapel invites you to change your world through the power of prayer. E.M. Bounds, perhaps the Father of the modern prayer movement, wrote over a century ago,
“God hears prayer, God heeds prayer, God answers prayer, and God delivers by prayer. These words cannot be spoken too often. Prayer breaks all bars, dissolves all chains, opens all prisons, and widens all straits by which God’s saints have been held.”E. M. Bounds
Monday Mornings 10:30am-1:00pm (except holidays) in the Family Center Foyer
Monday’s July 17 – August 28th in the Chapel from 1:00-3:00pm
Prayer for the Church & Nation
2nd Thursday of the month 10:00-11:00am in Room A-105
Saturday Mornings, 6:30am in Room A-105 and 7:30am in Room A-104
Intercession for NC3
Join us as we intercede in prayer for NCCC Sundays 8:00am in Room A-104
NC3 Church and Community Revival Prayer
Join a committed team for the move of God in our church and community Mondays at 6:00pm in Room A-106
Every Saturday and Sunday in front of the stage in the Family Center, after services.
Intercession for NC3 & The Community
Join us as we intercede in prayer for NCCC and our community Saturdays at 5:00pm in Room A-104
Contact Nancy at 760-929-0029 x158 or Email
Interested in hearing how you can serve in the Prayer Ministry?
“The Prayer of a Righteous Man Availeth Much” James 5:16
Thank you for visiting our prayer page. Our desire & prayer is to see you avail yourself to our many prayer opportunities both to serve and be served.