Redeemer Presbyterian Church:

Renewing the city socially, spiritually and culturally


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Pray for Redeemer West Side


Please humbly and boldly ask God to reveal his vision for Redeemer and its ministries, to give us wisdom and creativity to develop a culture of prayer at Redeemer so that prayer is woven into every part of every ministry, and to give every congregant a gospel-centered, prayerful heart.


Join the West Side Prayer Team

Do you love to pray? We are looking for people who enjoy behind-the-scenes ministry and want to partner with those on the front line through prayer. Learn more about the West Side Prayer Team.



West Side Weekly Prayer for Sunday Services

Sundays (Sept–June, except holiday weekends), 10:50–11:20 am, Room 406
Join us for a half hour to intercede for the four Sunday services and its staff and attendees. Bring your bulletin and a friend!


West Side Monthly Prayer & Praise Evenings

2nd Saturdays (Oct–June), 5–6:15 pm, Room 406
Come and be renewed as we pray for God's people and his city together.


Each evening will explore one of Redeemer's nine core values:

October 10th: Gospel Centrality

November 14th: Changed Lives

December 12th: Gospel Community

January 9th: City Vision

February 13th: Mercy & Justice

March 12th: Cultural Renewal

April 9th: Outward Face

May 14th: Gospel Movement

June 11th: Church Planting


Optional: Fasting

Jesus answered, “It is written: ‘Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God.’” – Matthew 4:4

Fasting is a beautiful and essential spiritual discipline that draws us closer in intimacy with God.


On the day of each Monthly Prayer & Praise Evening, we invite you to fast prior to the event by abstaining* from both breakfast and lunch (or just lunch), and break fast afterwards. Consider fasting and breaking fast together with your community group, friends, and family! More info on fasting here.

*If you can't or shouldn't abstain from food (e.g. medical restrictions, eating disorders), know that the Lord knows and the Lord sees. He understands and is with you in your struggles, and so the challenge for you might be to fast from something else besides food, or to be courageous and eat.




Quiet Time Basics: Meditative Prayer

What is a quiet time? Learn how to meditate on and pray through Scripture with this easy-to-use guide. You can use it with just one verse or a long passage. Includes additional resources to help you develop a habit of spending time with God each day.  



Quiet Time: Using the Sunday Bulletin Download
So often, we go to church on Sundays, and then we've forgotten what we've heard by Monday morning. Use this guide as part of your daily quiet time to extend your Sunday into the rest of the week. It'll help you respond to the sermon, as well as prepare you for the next one.  



Group Meditation & Prayer Download
Want to deepen your group's prayer time together? Find out how to lead meditation and prayer with this simple guide. It can be used for your group's worship or prayer time, or as a prelude to the study. Also great for families!  




Start a Small Prayer/Accountability Group 

Grab a friend or two and use this guide to help you create a group that meets regularly to encourage and sharpen one another.  




Conversational Prayer: A Simple Way to Pray Together

Experience how the style of conversational prayer can transform your group prayer time by helping you listen actively to one another and the Spirit.  


In need of prayer?


If you are in need of prayer, please see care and assistance.


Featured prayer links


Prayer resources | Pray with and for us 


West Side Healing Prayer Request

If you have a physical ailment and would like to be prayed for by elders from our congregation, please fill out the form below. A West Side staff member will follow up with you shortly.

"Is anyone among you sick? Let them call the elders of the church to pray over them and anoint them with oil in the name of the Lord." (James 5:14)


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