A community prayer drop box is ready to accept prayers at Edgecomb Community Church. The wooden box painted gray is located to the left of the front entrance of Edgecomb Community Church, at 15 Cross Point Road, Edgecomb. Recently installed, the prayer drop box is available for anyone who would like to leave a request for a prayer, either for themselves or others. When requesting a prayer, one may remain anonymous or sign one’s name or initials.
The locked box, built by Joe Nana, was an idea realized by the church’s Vitality Ministry. The Vitality Ministry is hoping to rea
ch out beyond the church to people who may have the need to have a prayer answered and who may not belong to a church. The church hopes it becomes a place where people in the community can feel comfortable bringing their prayers, trusting that the congregation will be praying for their needs.