Buffalo Covenant is a community where people love God and each other. Our Care Ministry shares that love through times of great joy and through seasons of difficulty. We believe prayer is an important part of this ministry and devote both time and resources to prayer ministry within BCC. Monday Prayer Meetings “For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.” – Matthew 18:20 Mondays | 12:00-1:00 p.m | Room 200 The Monday noon prayer meeting is open to everyone who desires to pray and see God work on behalf of our church family, our community, our country and our world. For more information about Care and Prayer please contact us. Soup & Prayer Throughout the year, we periodically meet after the 11 am service to share in a simple meal of soup and bread. We then spend some time in prayer. Watch the bulletin and calendar for specific dates. Come and Encounter Prayer Night God doesn’t just want us to know about Him, He wants us to know Him personally! [Phil 3:3-11] March 27 | Worship Center | 5 pm In this time together, we will worship God – have an opportunity to be prayed for and to pray for others. [James 5:13-18] And we will join with the Spirit in praying for the nations. [Isa 56:7; Mark 11:17] Join us in crying out to God to experience His presence more and see our lives changed forever. [Acts 2:42-47; 1 Thess 5:16-24] Care Chain God often uses others within our church body to meet our needs. Our church family has grown and so have the needs of our people. As a result, we are looking for men, women and families who are willing to use their gifts, abilities, time and resources to serve others. A Care Chain has been created to connect those with needs to those who can help. In order for this to work, we need your participation! A survey has been created that gives you an opportunity to list your skills, abilities and knowledge that could be shared with people in our congregation. Another part of the survey provides an opportunity for those with needs to let us know how we can help. Working together we can build up the body of Christ to the glory of God! ▸ Care Chain Survey Visitation Team Being the hands and feet of Jesus is a privilege. Visiting those who need encouragement is a great way to show that you care. Visitation is rewarding to both the receiver and the volunteer. Dedicate as much time per week that you are able to offer—it will be very much appreciated.