Devotionals

A man walks on a prayer labyrinth during General Conference 2016 in Portland, Oregon.  Photo by Kathleen Barry, United Methodist Communications.

As we seek to grow in our faith, it is important to take time to be alone with God for prayer and study. A regular practice strengthens us in the difficulties of life and helps us focus on our blessings.

If you are not sure how to begin, or are looking for some wonderful ways of enhancing your practice, you have come to the right place. Here you will find sources for daily prayers and meditations to feed your faith.  

Daily prayer and meditation feed our faith.

Prayer involves action; namely being attentive to God's voice in your life. Photo by Ronny Perry, UMNS.

Prayer involves action; namely being attentive to God's voice in your life. Photo by Ronny Perry, United Methodist Communications.

There are a variety of resources available to help guide your times of prayer, scripture reading, private worship, and other ways you choose to draw close to God.

  • Find devotionals from the Upper Room here.
  • If you would like to submit a prayer request, the Upper Room offers the Living Prayer Center.
  • Daily prayers for morning and evening can be found from United Methodist Discipleship Ministries here.
  • And prayers for healing services are offered here.

Do you know of others? Let us know.