The Great Southwest Prayer Center

ESTABLISHING 24/7 PRAYER WITH WORSHIP UNTIL JESUS RETURNS

It is very satisfying to be a part of something bigger than ourselves. We invite you to do something that none of us could do alone. To engage in a prayer and worship movement that is sweeping the world with believers from every denomination, background and language coming together in unity pursuing the presence of God.

Imagine non-stop prayer with worship, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year right here in our city. Together we can do it, because Jesus is worthy of it.

21 DAY CALL TO PRAYER

The Great Southwest Prayer Center has been led to continue in a 21-Day Call to Prayer.

We invite you and your congregations to set apart September 6 – 26 for 21 days of prayer.

Nehemiah heard the report of Jerusalem’s ruin. His response, in Nehemiah 1:4, was to weep, mourn, fast, and pray. The Great Southwest Prayer Center’s slice of the pie is to continue in prayer for our community and press in over these 21 days.

Our doors will be open during normal business hours for people to come and go. However, we are offering times of corporate worship and prayer each day from Noon to 2:00 PM and 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. This is a time for us to come together in prayer as a body.

WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN US

These prayer times will have specific themes of:

WORSHIP

Pure Worship – blessing the name of God.

HEALING

Praying for healing; and ministering healing prayer to people.

INTERCESSION

Strategic prayer points over our city, including revival.

It is very satisfying to be a part of something bigger than ourselves. We invite you to do something that none of us could do alone. To engage in a prayer and worship movement that is sweeping the world with believers from every denomination, background and language coming together in unity pursuing the presence of God.

Imagine non-stop prayer with worship, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year right here in our city. Together we can do it, because Jesus is worthy of it.

the GSWPC blog

Here you will find interesting articles, testimonies and insights from those serving in the Prayer Center. We hope you enjoy reading these and are encouraged, strengthened and built up in your faith.

A Call to Prayer
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The Great Southwest Prayer Center has been led to continue in a 21-Day Call to Prayer. We invite you and your congregations to set apart September 6 – 26 for 21 days of prayer. Nehemiah heard the report of Jerusalem’s ruin. His response, in Nehemiah 1:4, was to weep, mourn, fast, and pray. The Great Southwest…

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Transition, Humility and Prayer
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By Stephanie Leggett Director of Community Relations The Great Southwest Prayer Center Humility Our first President, the venerated George Washington, set an American tradition into motion when he stepped down from the presidential office on March 4, 1797.   Many stood in awe as he willingly, purposefully, yielded power to America’s second president, John Adams. History…

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Daily Bread
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I was speaking to young man yesterday whom I’d only met briefly once before, he knew Mimi and I were serving as Intercessory Missionaries and was interested in my thoughts on the difficulties of walking out the life of an Intercessory Missionary. As I considered my answer, I realized it was not something unique to…

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Are you praying about it as much as you are tweeting about it?
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I was really convicted yesterday as our church staff gathered to pray at our weekly prayer time.  The focus of the prayer meeting was racial harmony and one of the prayers we prayed from is below. Maker of All Things, we invite You now into our feelings of discomfort, confusion, anger, fear, and worry over…

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21DAYS of Prayer

photos from the 21DAYS of Prayer for those affected by Hurricane Harvey

This year over 5000 joined in prayer and worship in Katy Texas May 5th – 7th non-stop for 50 hours.

Beginning with the National Day of Prayer gathering at the Merrell Center where an estimated 4,500 gathered in prayer as the unified church and then throughout the following 2 days around the clock, at the EpiCentre, over 500 came day and night to pray and worship before our God.

All praise and glory belong to the one who is worthy, Jesus.

Enjoy the below images captured from the 2016 National Day of Prayer Ignites Fire on the Altar

About Us

our heartbeat

The Great Southwest Prayer Center is a community prayer center.

All are welcome to come, sit, pray, worship Jesus, and read their Bibles, regardless of denomination or church affiliation.

We encourage people to come, step away from their personal pursuits or even ministry for a time, and engage in the prayer & worship taking place here and encounter God in a refreshing way.

We also invite you to consider being a part of the activities in the prayer center. For more information on how you can be involved CLICK HERE and drop us a note!

prayer times

Audience of One is the name of our live prayer and worship sets in the prayer center.
All are welcome and you are free to come and go as you like.

CLICK HERE
to check out the schedule for the times, days, topics and who is leading.

The prayer room is open
Monday-Thusday 8:00am to 5:00pm
Wednesday 5:00am to 5:00pm
Friday 8:00am to Noon

it is also open for any sets that occur outside of these hours.
CLICK HERE
for a complete list of all live prayer times.

The prayer center offices are open Sunday-Thursday 8am-5pm and Friday 8am – Noon.

do you need prayer?

We have over 150 intercessors who are committed to praying for all prayer requests that come through via phone call and email.

To submit a prayer request by email
CLICK HERE

We also have intercessors available to pray with you live on the phone or walking in.

Prayer Line:
281 398-2GOD (2463)
9am to Noon – Monday thru Friday
to speak to a live person or leave your request and it will be retrieved within 24 hours

Please feel free to contact us. We are here to answer any questions you may have about the Great Southwest Prayer Center.

Erica McLemore
Audience of ONE Director
email

Stephanie Leggett
Community Relations Director
email

Son To
Assistant to Prayer Pastor
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Erica McLemore
Audience of ONE Director
Stephanie Leggett
Community Relations Director
Son To
Assistant to Prayer Pastor

you can find us at:

The Great Southwest Prayer Center
2655 South Mason Road
Katy Texas 77450
(Located on the campus of Grace Fellowship UMC)

Phone:
281 647-PRAY (7729)

Email:
info@thegreatsouthwestprayercenter.org

Erica McLemore
Audience of ONE Director
Stephanie Leggett
Community Relations Director
Son To
Assistant to Prayer Pastor

you can find us at:

The Great Southwest Prayer Center
2655 South Mason Road
Katy Texas 77450
(Located on the campus of Grace Fellowship UMC)

Phone:
281 647-PRAY (7729)

Email:
info@thegreatsouthwestprayercenter.org

On behalf of the churches of Katy, Texas, the Katy Church Elders, made up of Pastors Gbolahan (Falu) Faluade, Tim Barker, Jorge Cardenas, and Jim Leggett, serve as an Advisory Council. They serve to give order and counsel; and, to provide spiritual covering and blessing to the 24/7 prayer movement. Governance of the 24/7 prayer movement in Katy Texas is provided by the Audience of One Leadership Team, Randy Campbell, Jennifer Campbell, and Brenda Martin.

Gbolahan Faluade
Senior Pastor
River of Life Family Church

Tim Barker
Senior Pastor
Katy Community Fellowship

Jorge Cardenas
Senior Pastor
Iglesia Sobre La Roca

Jim Leggett
Senior Pastor
Grace Fellowship UMC

Brenda Martin
Prayer Pastor
Grace Fellowship UMC

Randy & Jennifer Campbell
Senior Pastors
Mosaic House of Prayer

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Hours of Prayer a Week

We are building 24/7 Prayer in Katy Texas

Our goal of having live prayer and worship for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week is a daunting task and requires strategy and insight to sustain the endeavor. We break down the 24 hours a day into twelve 2-hour “Sets”.

Our sets fall mainly into the below categories. Select a category to learn more about it.