McKinley Campus / South Creek Campus / Bayview Chapel Campus

We believe prayer is a constant part of how we live as believers.  Whether together in a church or small group setting or in the quiet moments of our individual days, prayer is front-line communication with God.

There will be times when we come together to pray as a church family or with believers in our region, nation and world.  This page is to highlight those opportunities.

The next MONTHLY PRAYER ENCOUNTER is Sunday, June 3 from 6:30pm to 8:00pm in the Quads at our McKinley Campus.  (Enter at door 2 or 3).  This is a continuation of a series of monthly prayer gatherings.  


Weekend Services: There are prayer partners available to pray with you after every weekly service at each of our campuses.  At McKinley in the prayer room outside the doors of the Worship Center, at South Creek in the rear of the worship center next to the prayer sign and at Bayview Chapel in the parlor.  

The Prayer Room at McKinley is also open for anyone: every Sunday morning at 8:30am and Thursday mornings at 6:30am.

Streams of Freedom

There is a large group of people in the body of Christ who carry deep wounds that leave them feeling troubled, hurt, and frightened.  The enemy uses these wounds and lies in believers lives to diminish their joy and effectiveness in God’s Kingdom.  Many have lost hope and some even feel tormented.

Streams of Freedom exists to help wounded, tormented and spiritually oppressed people find freedom, hope and restoration through the power of Jesus Christ.  A Streams of Freedom prayer session is a combination of inner healing, spiritual warfare and replacing the lies of the enemy with the truth of Jesus Christ.  

If interested pursuing this ministry an individual must first attend a Streams of Freedom orientation. The next orientation will be announced soon.  For more information call the Church office and ask for Gisèle at 716-649-6335. 



If you've visited our McKinley Campus, you may have noticed the wall of photos near the Prayer Room outside the Worship Center. It's a place to pray for those currently deployed as well as for their families.  We'd encourage you to pause and pray the next time you pass by this wall.