Prayer Ministry

“Is anyone among you suffering? Let him pray. Is anyone cheerful? Let him sing psalms.” ~ James 5:13

Christians are encouraged to pray without ceasing, in sorrow and in joy.

The Prayer Ministry is a group of devoted brothers and sisters who lift up the church staff, church members, and any other known prayer or concern. Requests can be made in person or by filling our a card available during worship services. They keep all requests confidential unless asked to share in the church newsletter, “The Visitor,” or with ministry staff or elders.

The Prayer Ministry group meets after the first service in the front of the sanctuary by the baptistry for a few minutes for prayer. They also pray throughout the week, wherever they are.

If you are interested in joining this ministry, please contact the staff of Allisonville. They will forward your request to one of the Prayer Ministry leaders.

Submit a Prayer Request

Camps & Conferences

Are you looking for something for your children to do or somewhere to go this summer? Church camps offer a Spirit-filled and fun experience in a safe environment.  Camp Barbee and Camp Bedford both promise a great experience with memories that will last forever, and also provide a great schedule with plenty of activities and, of course, an experience of learning about God  that they will never forget. Allisonville Christian Church offers some financial assistance for camp tuition to ACC members. Please contact the church staff for more details.


Our labyrinth is outdoors, made of grass, measures 40 feet, and contains 7 circuits. It was created in 2007 by Allisonville member Georgia Kuss and is maintained through the year by Warren Lynn. The public is welcomed to  use this labyrinth as a prayer/meditative tool any time. It’s located on the east side of the property, behind the church building, along with parking for your convenience. There are guides to walking the labyrinth at theWelcomeCenterin the Narthex. The labyrinth is listed nationally on several labyrinth locators on the web.

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