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Prayer teams

Prayer, fellowship and resourcing for small groups of Christians

You spend the vast majority of your waking hours at work and it’s one of the primary places you live out your Christian life in front of others. Joining with other Christians in or near your workplace can provide the encouragement, fellowship and prayer needed to help you be Jesus’ ambassador at work.

An Evangelistic Prayer Team (EPT) is made up of a small group of people meeting once a week or fortnight to pray. EPTs focus on growing a passion for those who haven’t yet had the chance to hear or haven’t yet understood the great news of Jesus as Lord and Saviour.

As we travel on the path towards COVID recovery, many of our teams have returned to meeting in person, while some of our teams are meeting online. Contact your local coordinator in your city below.

Please contact our team for further information.

CBD Women's Team
Thursday
Black Stump Espresso
25 Grenfell Street, Adelaide
Northern Suburbs Team
11:30am Fridays
Church Street, Salisbury
CBD Men's Team
Fridays 7:15am
The Innovation Factory
60 Halifax Street, Adelaide
Women's & Children's Hospital
Thursday, 5pm
WCH
72 King William Road, North Adelaide

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Who to contact in your city
CITYCONTACT PERSON
AdelaideDamien Carson
BrisbaneScott Pasley
CanberraLeon Hribar
HobartWilbur Longbottom
MelbourneNatalie Lim
PerthLéni-Jo McMillan
SydneyMartin Chung
ParramattaKim Riley