Worship Service

SUNDAY / 11:00 A.M.

Sunday School


Prayer Gathering


Weekly Prayer Gathering

Wednesdays 6:30pm on Zoom

Though scattered, we are gathered in prayer in the name of the one from whose love and belonging nothing can separate us from Christ our Lord.
Wednesdays from 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. we will have a time to gather by Zoom to pray for one another and the world.

To connect by phone (audio only): Call (346) 248-7799, and when prompted enter the Meeting ID: 130 214 408

Prayer Requests

We want to be able to pray for you and the concerns that are on your heart. Use the form below to share your prayer requests with the pastors and prayer team.

Prayer Request

Use to submit prayer requests to Laurel Heights

Weekly Meditation on the Psalms

Each Thursday we post a short meditation on the psalm of the week. The Psalms are a rich storehouse of prayers that give us words when we have none. They help us to speak our hearts to God. We invite you to take a few minutes to connect with the psalm and offer it as a prayer of your own.

The Psalms in Ordinary Time: Psalm 19

"Didn’t you hear the heaven sending forth a voice by the sight, while the well-ordered harmony of all things spoke out more clearly than a trumpet? Didn’t you see the hours of night and day abiding unmoved continually, the goodly order of winter, spring, and the other seasons remaining sure and unmoved, the regularity of the sea amid all its turbulence and waves? All things abiding in order—and by their beauty and their grandeur, loudly preaching the Creator!" – St. John ChrysostomDo we perceive God's nature in God's creation? Do we find God's teachings in it? How is it today with your spirit? May these words from the psalms and time spent with God revive your soul.Music: Geoffrey Waite

Posted by Laurel Heights United Methodist Church on Thursday, October 1, 2020

More Prayer Resources

Find inspiration for your spiritual journey with these resources from the United Methodist Church.

“All that a Christian does, even in eating and sleeping, is prayer, when it is done in simplicity, according to the order of God.”

John wesley