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Prayer doesn’t need fancy words or special circumstances, just a willingness to talk with God and to listen for His voice. Explore opportunities to pray in solitude or in community with others:

Daily Prayer Guide

FAC Prayer Nights

Acts 4:24-31 describes how believers in Jesus gathered together, raised their voices to God in prayer, and the place where they met was shaken; they were filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke God’s Word with boldness.

At the core of First Alliance Church is prayer. We have a rich history of how God moved because His people prayed and how God continues to move at FAC as we gather together in a variety of formats in prayer. Join us once a month as we pray for each other, our families, our church, our nation, and our world the 1st Monday of each month.

April 3 | May 1 | June 5
7:00 pm, Prayer Centre (upstairs near offices), Deerfoot Campus
No registration; everyone is welcome!
To request a Zoom link, please contact Anne Freeman.

“The hinge of human history is the bended knee… when God’s people intercede, God intervenes.” – Peter Grieg

Wednesday Evening Prayer

Pray in a smaller group setting for our international ministry partners, church leadership, FAC ministries, and each other. (Note: No prayer meeting when there is a 5th Wednesday in a month.) Contact info@faccalgary.com for details on how you join with us in prayer online or in person.

Ladies’ Afternoon Prayer

Join us Wednesday afternoons at the Deerfoot Campus to pray for International Workers and the church community. Please contact info@faccalgary.com for details and to get connected.

Prayer Room

Located at the FAC Deerfoot campus between the double doors of the East Entrance, this space offers a quiet and reflective environment.


  • Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-4:30 pm
  • Saturdays, 8:00 am-8:00 pm
  • Sundays, 7:45 am-2:00 pm

Please respect the needs of those around you regarding health and safety precautions while you participate in prayer groups.

“Look to the LORD and His strength; seek His face always.” (1 Chronicles 16:11)

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"If your day is hemmed in with prayer, it is less likely to come unraveled."

- Cynthia Lewis