If you have a prayer request, please let us know. We have a couple of avenues you can follow depending on the nature of your prayer request.

Click here to submit prayer requests.

You'll be asked how you want us to handle your prayer request. Here are the ways we pray with you:

1. General prayer. This will be disseminated to the congregation email list for prayer. This is good as long as the nature of the prayer request is not sensitive and would normally be shared publicly.

2. Intercessors only. This group is completely Issachar Community people who have been called to pray for your needs, especially if they're of a sensitive and very personal nature. These are requests you would not share publicly. All such prayers are kept in the strictest confidence and NEVER released to the general community unless by your permission.

3. Prayers for the Wall (the Kotel) in Jerusalem. It's long been a practice of praying at the Western Wall of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, especially after Israel regain Jerusalem in 1967. People pray at the wall and many place their prayer in written form in the cracks between the blocks as a remembrance before the Lord. All prayers are collected by the custodians of the wall and stored at the Mount of Olives and never destroyed. We have contacts who work for Bridges For Peace (Steve and Cheryl Hauer) who will receive an email from us, shrink it down and pray for you request, leaving your prayer in the Wall.

Solomon made the following request at the dedication of the Temple,

32 “As for the foreigner who does not belong to your people Israel but has come from a distant land because of your great name and your mighty hand and your outstretched arm—when they come and pray toward this temple, 33 then hear from heaven, your dwelling place. Do whatever the foreigner asks of you, so that all the peoples of the earth may know your name and fear you, as do your own people Israel, and may know that this house I have built bears your Name. (2 Chronicles 6:32-33)

The Lord has an open ear toward all people. Let us join you in prayer so that our Heavenly Father, Yeshua His Son, and the Holy Spirit may be glorified when they answer our call!