Have A Prayer Request?

Prayer Request


Do you have a prayer or a need?

Do you know someone that needs prayer?

Is there a situation that recently happened that we can help pray for?

Well, SRBC’s Prayer Team is more than happy to receive your prayer requests and pray for you!
Your prayer requests can go quite a long way with multiple Christians praying for whatever the situation is. SRBC is appreciative of your prayer requests and we respect them as we do with prayers that are asked within our church. You should feel safe knowing that your prayers are kept private unless you state otherwise and that the prayer team will pray continuously over them.
In our prayer request form, there are fields for you to fill out that helps us become knowledgeable over any situation or need that our prayer team can prayer for. Our prayer team consists of three people, which includes our pastor. The form also aids us in seeing how far our viewers are being reached, which is why there is an area to fill out for you to state which country you are from.

Prayer Request

Fields marked with an * are required



(if the form does not show on our app, you can email us instead)
You can also email us your prayer requests:
We appreciate you dearly and we want a friendly and respectable time dealing with your prayer requests.


Prayer Request Form FAQ:

How Do I Fill In The Form???
As always, we appreciate you taking the time to view our website and if you want our prayer team to pray for you, simply
click the first field (for your name) to fill out, type in your information, move to the next field and fill that information out and click the submit button. Yep, that is it!
What Happens After It Is Submitted?
Your form submission will be sending an email to our prayer team immediately after you submit your form.
SRBC’s prayer team will be notified of your prayer request and we will begin to pray for whatever is being asked.
Again, we would like to state that your prayer request is safe with us. If you want your prayer to remain anonymous, simply place your name as “Unspoken” or you can state in the message as “unspoken prayer request” or however you may want to word it.
There is no right or wrong way to let us know about your prayer.
Feel free to write it however you may want. Just take a look at our notice for more information.
Why a prayer request?
Prayer requests are often people simply asking for prayer. It can be simple or it can be life changing. It can be asking for prayer for a job, for a family to come together, for peace, for a better job position, for healing of a loved one, or even just for clear skies or rain. Whatever your prayer request, we are hear to pray for it.
No prayer is too small nor less important. We are here and making it available for you to easily contact us about your prayer request. Even better, it is confidential unless you specify otherwise. You can even just say “I have an unspoken prayer request” and we will pray for it. You do not have the hassle of waiting to see our pastor or members to talk about your prayer request. You are able to remain hidden through your email. You can simply just enter it in the form or email us.
When you ask for a prayer request from SRBC, you have your request sent to our senior pastor (Richie Ashburn) and our prayer team. They begin to immediately start praying for the request and it can be placed into our weekly church bulletins for others to pray for. Of course, your request will not be placed within the bulletin unless you ask us to. If you want others to pray for you within our church, please let us know in the form or email.
There is power in prayer and having more people pray for your prayer request can always help. We have had people be healed, get better, receive jobs, and many more miracles have happened within our church because of prayer! The Bible constantly talks about prayer, Jesus talked about prayer, and our pastor emphasizes about how a Christian should remain strong in their prayer. A praying Christian is one step closer to Heaven.
You can also view our blog “Let’s Pray!” for more insight.
NOTICE: Your prayer requests will remain unpublicized and protected, meaning we will not share your information with anyone outside of the prayer team. We want to remain ethically honest and true and that includes maintaining your prayers in a respectable manner! You can rest assure that your prayer requests can be trusted with us. Your prayers can remain anonymous if you wish or state otherwise how you would like us to go about the request.
This is your personal prayer request and we want to be able to pray for it in the best way possible that respects your privacy and wishes.
Also, we at SRBC do ask that you will take your time with your prayer submissions and remain thoughtful as to how you may word or state your prayer request. We want to be able to thoroughly understand what you are requesting. We also ask that you refrain from any vulgar or profane words and statements.