Therefore I say to you, all things for which you pray and ask, believe that you have received them

and they will be granted you. Mark 11:24


    Several Churches in Federal Way have come together to take on the challenge of covering Federal Way and the South Sound region with a blanket of prayer 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Through prayer we are trusting that God will take the brokenness of our area and turn it around to create a vibrant, healthy and united community. 

    Our prayer focus includes the following areas: 

    Northwest Church • Churches in Puget Sound • Body of Christ • Families • Missions • City & National Government Educational System • Health system • Police, Fire, EMS Media • Business • International Affairs

    To sign up for a 30 minute prayer time slot, head here


    Pre-Service Prayer takes place in the prayer room (at the south side of the sanctuary) Saturdays at 4:30pm and Sunday at 8:30am.


    After the message we open up the front area for those who would like to receive prayer. Prayer team members will be available to pray with you front of the sanctuary.


    PLEASE NOTE: the following prayer gatherings are currently closed in response to the effort to contain the spread of COVID-19. Please pray with us in spirit. 

    Prayer Ministry | Our main prayer meeting gathers in the chapel at 7:00pm each Wednesday. Following a time of worship and devotion, the prayer meeting continues as follows:

    • Intercessory Prayer members move to  a separate location to intercede in prayer for our church, community and nation.
    • Healing & Deliverance Prayer | All those needing prayer are invited to remain in the chapel  to receive personal and confidential prayer for healing and deliverance by the Healing and Deliverance teams.
    • Holy Spirit Baptism Prayer | Join the healing and deliverance prayer if you are seeking salvation and or the baptism with the Holy Spirit. 

    Emergency Requests | Call the church and leave your emergency prayer request on ext. 222.

    Non-Emergency Requests | Call the church office and ask for a pastor or let us know on the Connect Card found in your weekly bulletin and take it to the Welcome Center. You may also send us an email.


    Praise Reports | If you have received an answer to prayer and would like to share it with the prayer team, you can write it on a Connect Card (in your bulletin) or email us.


    A Prayer Triad, at its simplest, is a group of three men or three women who meet regularly to pray with and for each other. They can meet face-to- face, or voice-to-voice (by Skype or cell phone for example). They also update each other between meetings by text or e-mail, or whenever they happen to encounter one another. During meetings, Prayer Triads take turns answering a list of questions related to focusing on prayer together. 

    For more info about Prayer Triads, click the links below:


    As we focus on building community we want to invite you to share prayer needs with our church family through our Prayer Wall, accessible on the NWC app. You can add your prayer request or praise report at any time of day. Others who see your prayer need will be able to pray wherever they are, allowing you to see how many are interceding on your behalf. 

    Download the NWC app on all platforms in the App store by searching "Northwest Foursquare Church" or head here


    We are convinced that deliberate prayer from all of us will bring about fruitfulness we have not yet imagined. We will see the lost saved, people healed and set free and lives transformed as we pray together for each other, our church family, our church staff, our ministries, our cities, our nation and our world.  


    In the future, we want to keep you informed on current prayer needs, and testimonies of answered prayer too. We want to be able to say just like Isaiah said to Hezekiah, "because you prayed" lives are being changed. Sign up for the Prayer Shield or download a Prayer Shield bookmark.

They were continually devoting themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. 

Acts 2:42