First Baptist Church of Augusta is deeply committed to the ministry of prayer and praise. Prayer is to faith what breathing is to life. We believe prayer to be the key component of a growing and effective church.
The Prayer Council invites you to enrich your Advent Season by prayerfully reading our daily devotional, Birth of a Savior. The devotional is available around the church campus or by clicking and downloading the file below.
We have many in our church who are active duty military. Some are currently deployed and some are home. Please remember to include them in your prayers.
Do you have a prayer request or a praise that you would like to share? If so, please contact the church receptionist at 706-733-2236.
Be assured that people throughout the church will be both praying with you in your concerns and rejoicing with you in your thanksgiving.
Our Community of Prayer
Our prayer ministry offers many ways to serve through praying. From our Intercessory Prayer Team and Prayer Groups meeting throughout the week to our times of worship and prayer on Sunday and Wednesday evenings, First Baptist Church is a community of prayer. Come, serve and grow through prayer!
We invite you to become actively engaged in the spiritual adventure of prayer.
Click on links below for further information.
3. Prayer Groups
- Praying For Our Church in the Adult Building, A-107 every Sunday morning at 9 am.
- Men’s Prayer Breakfast – meets every Wednesday, 7:00 am., Activity Center Grill
- Missions Prayer Group – meets every Thursday, 1:00-2:00 pm., Administration Building, Second Floor
- Men’s Conversational Prayer Group – meets the fourth Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm. in the Cason Bruker Prayer Room. For more information, call Bobby Anderson at 706-738-3432.
Below you will find a list of helpful and inspiring resources on prayer.
- Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire by Jim Cymbala
- Break Through Prayer By Jim Cymbala
- The Meaning of Prayer by Harry Emerson Fosdick
- Prayer: Finding the Heart’s True Home by Richard J. Foster
- All Things Are Possible Through Prayer By Charles Allen
- The Golden Key of Prayer By Charles Spurgeon