Prayer Request cards are located in the pew racks at our Hilton Head Campus on Pope Avenue and in the Bluffton Campus bulletin each week. Submit your request for confidential prayers or for names to be included at our Healing and Wholeness Service.
Prayer requests may also be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Andrew often offers a Prayer Labyrinth during Holy Week. Labyrinths have been used for centuries to facilitate prayer and meditation. Many Christians and churches are rediscovering this ancient prayer practice. A labyrinth is a geometrically designed walking path leading to and from a central point. It is not a maze; you cannot get lost. There are no dead ends. The point is not disorientation, but orientation – hopefully finding a new path to God.
As a way encourage quiet prayer, meditation, and reflection – or just a time of slowing down, you are encouraged to take a gentle walk into then out of the labyrinth, with suggested stops for personal reflection and spiritual pondering along the way.