Prayer Ministry

Prayer is the breath of Christian life, the heartbeat of our spirituality. The Prayer Ministry prays for the church ministries and members of the congregation. If you have a prayer request, our team would be delighted to support you in prayer and in action. Fill out a prayer request form here.


In 2020 we began meeting by phone and online every Thursday at 20:20 (8:20pm) to pray for each other and our church, that the sick would be healed, the hurting comforted and the Gospel would be shared and embraced.
In 2021 we will continue to pray at 20:21 every Thursday. We begin sharing reports of answered prayer and speak the burdens of our heart. Then we pray, first expressing our thanks and praise to our incredible God, followed by requests for His mercy and blessings on the shared and unspoken needs. We aim share a final Amen by 9pm.
Our prayer time is open to everyone.  Use this zoom link to connect by computer, tablet or smart phone. To dial in, find a local number at and enter ID: 836 9545 5843

We want to pray for you

We believe in praying for everyone. No matter how big or small the issue or idea or concern, we are willing to pray for it. Be assured that this request is making it to our prayer team and pastoral staff. Please keep us updated.

Prayer Service at OAC

Friday, April 2 OAC will be open for personal prayer with guided reflections on the ministry, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus as we focus on our Easter theme: “Hope is Alive!” We will have a few prayer stations, contemplative music and an opportunity to take the communion emblems. Hosts will be available to pray with you at your request.

To ensure our Covid19 safety plan is followed, attend only with your household or exclusive “bubble”, RSVP to arrive and leave within a 30 minute time period, wear a mask and maintain social distancing. We encourage those more vulnerable to Covid to remain home at this time.

Please note you can also contact the OAC office to arrange a prayer visit on other days and we have a weekly online prayer gathering every Thursday evening at 20:21pm (8:21pm) and following our Sabbath worship services.


Creation Sabbath

Creation Sabbath is celebrated by Seventh-day Adventist churches around the world as a special day of emphasis. Knowing and worshipping God as our Creator is vital to our spiritual identity. The Sabbath experience reminds us we were made by His grace and saved by His grace. Let’s embrace this pause to fully enjoy the wonders of creation designed to sustain and bring joy to our lives. Find your nature inspire prayer walk guide here: