There has been a movement of awakening prayer in Chapel Hill, Durham, and Raleigh. Jesus is on the move. The goal of Triangle Prayer is to provide space (whether virtually or physically) for people to connect and share in God's vision and action. Honestly, we don't know what this will look like -- but we trust that God will speak to His people. Find out more ways to connect below, and let us know how we can be a resource!


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During this time of uncertainty and in all times, prayer provides a way for us bring ourselves in alignment with God's will and seek His peace, justice, and mercy for the world. Share a prayer request below, or notify someone that you are praying for their request by clicking the heart or responding with a comment. If you feel moved to action or have encouragement or a word of the Lord to share, please do so.

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  • Whomever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.” Psalm 91:1-2

    Lord, let us dwell in your saving grace through these times of uncertainty. Be our refuge and our strength. Lead us to seek your protection over our own anxieties and fears. Be our stabling force in a shaky world. We cannot get through this without you. When our finances are unstable, our health is in question, and when our normalcy is shaken be our rock and fortress in which we stand on.

  • I sense the Holy Spirit is saying that in this “dark” hour, NOW is a time, as in this season in Acts, where the power of God will be revealed! Let’s go for it . . .

    ‘He met a man there named Aeneas who had been paralyzed and bedridden for eight years. Peter said to him, “Aeneas, Jesus the Anointed One instantly and divinely heals you. Now, get up and make your bed.” All at once he stood to his feet. And when all the people of Lydda and Sharon saw him, they became believers in the Lord. Peter made them all leave the room. Then he knelt down and prayed. Turning to the dead body, he said, “Tabitha, rise up!” At once she opened her eyes, and seeing Peter, she sat up. ‘

    Acts 9:33-35,40 TPT

  • Sharing this prayer from St. Patrick on St. Patrick’s Day. It’s timely for layered reasons. Praying thus over our community:

    I arise today
    Through God’s strength to pilot me;
    God’s might to uphold me,
    God’s wisdom to guide me,
    God’s eye to look before me,
    God’s ear to hear me,
    God’s word to speak for me,
    God’s hand to guard me,
    God’s way to lie before me,
    God’s shield to protect me,
    God’s hosts to save me
    Afar and anear,
    Alone or in a multitude.

  • I pray that during this time of uncertainty that we draw closer to the lord and place our trust in him, and him alone. I pray that as we take this unplanned shift in our lives we will reflect in the blessings around us and share our hearts through the actions of God’s love allowing us to be a beckon of light to our family, co-workers, neighbors, and strangers. Help us lord to speak with encouragement, kindness and allow your wisdom to come through not just our words and thoughts but also in our intentional actions. We must lean on your strength and trust your guidance. Help us to meditate in your word instead of the world of the media. Lord please help us through this trying time of illness, uncertainty, financial difficulty, and lack of basic resources. Please help guide our government, medical professionals and volunteers doing what they can to help us on the ground get through this difficult time. Lord we give it to you! We love you and are so very thankful for your unwavering love. In God we trust. Amen

  • Please pray for those most vulnerable to this virus. Praying for protection and peace of mind during this time. “For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline,” 2 Timothy 1:7

    • Lord Jesus. You are concerned about the children. The little ones are close to your heart. You care about their standing and not stumbling. Please turn hearts and powers that be to remember the children most at risk. The ones who especially get their daily bread thru the schools. In Jesus name.


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