New Mexico Baptists invite you to participate in the Baptist Convention of New Mexico’s Capitol Prayer Gathering at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday evening, February 10, 2021. Due to pandemic realities, this year’s virtual gathering is taking place online all across the state.
Hosting the program will involve 43 people from varied locations in New Mexico. Fourteen prayer leaders, 14 name readers, four other program personnel and 11 technical crew members will combine their efforts to host the event. Several churches have already indicated that they are using the prayer gathering event for their existing Wednesday evening prayer activities that night.
Registration is necessary for planning and hosting the online event.
This year’s gathering will focus specifically upon prayer for civic leaders and the state. No keynote personality will speak. Prayer leaders will read Scripture and lead in corporate prayer. While we unwaveringly practice and promote biblically founded convictions about many moral issues, in our prayer conversations with God, we ought to intercede for our leaders and state, as well.
Though the Capitol Prayer Gathering is not meeting at the facility of our traditional host, First Baptist Church, Santa Fe, the church is helping the BCNM plan and implement the event.
Register by February 5 online (button below) or by calling Joy Pittman at (505) 924-2311.
The Capitol Prayer Gathering, funded by the Cooperative Program, is planned and offered by the BCNM’s Christian Life Committee.