Prayer Page

“Prayer is the chief exercise of faith…. Prayer does not change things. God changes things in answer to prayer.”
– John Calvin

At The Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville, we view prayer as “the chief exercise of faith.” We pray for one another, we listen to one another, we bear one another’s burdens.

We also believe that technology can be a wonderful aid in this ministry. We’ve set up this page to be a means to communicate prayer, and to request prayer for oneself or others. There are two ways that you can do that:

  1. You are welcome to post a prayer, or prayer request, as a response on this page. Our prayer team and staff will lift up that prayer.
  2. You may also email the church with your prayer request, and it will be forwarded to the appropriate persons working with the prayer ministry.

— Jeff Vamos, and the Pastoral Staff


  1. Alison Young says:

    My older brother Mickey has experienced a discouraging relapse of metastatic lung cancer in the form of a painful abdominal tumor. Word last summer when we visited them in Oregon was that the partial lung resection was successful and they “got it all.” Prognosis is daunting, but he is entering a clinical trial designed to identify and target the specific tumor cells. Prayers for him and his wife, Norma, please.

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