During the season of Lent, Chatham will participate in Pray for the Lou Week, March 7-14. This week will include opportunities to join with other St. Louis and
surrounding area churches for regional prayer rallies, prayer walking in
area neighborhoods and a special Sunday with pastors across the region
preaching from Psalm 24.
This event follows last year's single-day Pray for the Lou on 3.14.20, when we joined area churches in praying in and for neighborhoods in St. Louis city. This year expands that vision of prayer to the broader region.
Pray for the Lou Week Schedule Highlights:
Regional Prayer Rallies, March 7-12
7 p.m.-8 p.m. nightly - All rallies will be available to view on Facebook.
March 7 - North County, hosted by North County Pastors' Group
March 8 - South County, hosted by Gateway House Of Prayer
March 9 - North City, hosted by Faith Community Bible Church
March 10 - South City, hosted by The Journey
March 11 - Jefferson County, hosted by JeffCo Christians United
March 12 - St. Charles County, hosted by Morning Star Church
Pray for the Lou Saturday, March 13
9 a.m.-10:30 a.m. - All host locations will prayer walk simultaneously throughout the St. Louis region.
This morning we will prayer walk in neighborhoods near Chatham, or you may wish to prayer walk in your own neighborhood if you live further away. This is a rain or shine event. More details coming soon.
10:45 a.m. - Virtual Closing Worship Celebration
Preach for the Lou Sunday, March 14
This morning Pastor Sergei will join with other St. Louis area pastors in preaching from Psalm 24 while continuing our emphasis on prayer during the season of Lent.
Sound the Alarm
Ahead of Pray for the Lou Week, we also encourage you to set an alarm based on your area code, such as 3:14 or 6:36 (a.m., p.m. or both!). Take one minute at that time each day to pray for the St. Louis region and your neighborhood specifically.
We are excited to join with other area churches during this week as we pray for the Lord to move in Hazelwood and the greater St. Louis region!