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PYRO Night is a night of prayer held on the third Monday of every month, from 7-8:15 pm in the main sanctuary. It is hosted by our student ministry but open to all who want to attend.

PYRO Night begins with a few worship songs, and then the entire sanctuary is open to experience God. Different stations are set up for those that wish to have a guided prayer time. The greatest desire is to carve out time and space to actually listen for the Lord and settle in his presence. It seems that we should be able to do this in our own homes, but for most of us, this is very challenging. Pyro Nite is a predictable time each month to sneak away with the Lord in a context that is very easy to stop, listen, and experience Him. Sounds boring? Come and try it out first . . .

PYRO Night gets its name from Acts when the followers of Jesus were together in once place, praying and seeking God, and the Holy Spirit fell upon them with power -- such power that it looked as if tongues of fire rested upon each head. We seek the intimate fellowship with the Lord together in such a way that at each Pyro Nite, we won't be surprised if we look up and see tongues of fire above one another.

The Student Ministry has held Pyro Night without missing a single month since June 2000. They even had 3 students show up after Hurricane Ike when the church was without power, just assuming it would take more than a hurricane to cancel Pyro Night . . .

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