Prayer Breakfast 2016

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More than 10 churches in Edmonds gather again for the National Day of Prayer on May 5.  The event will be held at Westgate Chapel beginning at 7am.  Tickets for $8 can be purchased at Westgate and all other participating churches.

As usual, we will enjoy a time of corporate worship.  We will hear a short message about prayer from a keynote speaker.  And we will have a time of prayer around our tables for our churches, Edmonds, and our surrounding area.

Join us for another great opportunity of unity among the churches of Edmonds.

Prayer Breakfast

Edmonds Churches Gather to Thank God

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Edmonds area churches are gathering together for a night of worship, prayer, and thanksgiving on Wednesday, November 25th beginning at 7 PM at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. The theme of the evening is “Our thankfulness to the Lord for all the that He has done” (Psalm 100).

The event is free and all residents of Edmonds and the surrounding communities are invited to attend.
No tickets are required.  However space is limited, and seats will not be held more than 15 minutes before the event.

Musicians and vocalists for the worship night are volunteers from each of the various sponsoring Edmonds churches.

The evening will benefit Clothes for Kids (, an Edmonds area non-profit organization. Clothes for Kids is a referral agency that provides free clothing to low income school children, grades K-12 in Snohomish County. People attending the event are invited to bring a new clothing item appropriate for children or teens. A free will offering will also be taken with all proceeds going to Clothes For Kids.

Sponsoring Churches for the night of praise and thanksgiving are:

  • Community Christian Fellowship (
  • Calvary Chapel Edmonds (
  • Edgewood Baptist Church (
  • Edmonds Open Bible Church (
  • Faith Community Church (
  • Holy Trinity Edmonds (
  • Iglesia El Camino (
  • Mosaic Community Church (
  • North Sound Church (
  • Westgate Chapel (



Prayer Breakfast 2015

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Great morning of prayer that combined Christians from more than ten churches in Edmonds!  We worshiped together!  We prayed for our city, our region, and our nation!  Kurt Campbell gave us a great charge to submit our lives to God and let him change us to love and serve our neighbors.

What a fantastic way to begin a day!

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Prayer Breakfast

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Prayer breakfast 2014
Prayer breakfast 2014

Edmonds churches are joining together again for the National Day of Prayer on May 7.  The breakfast begins at 7am at Westgate Chapel.  The cost is $8 for a substantial and yummy breakfast.

But the real reason to attend is for the prayer and worship.  About 300 people from many churches in Edmonds will gather to demonstrate our unity in Christ.  We will worship and pray together for the glory of God.

Our keynote speaker this year is Kurt Campbell who has long been a promoter of church unity and cooperation in our area.

Tickets are being sold at participating local churches.  They can also be purchased during business hours at the Westgate Chapel office.

Picnic on Saturday, June 7

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Westgate Chapel is hosting a picnic for all local churches that participated in the 40 days of prayer.  It will be held at Edmonds City Park, shelter #1 from 11-1.

There will be a time of prayer followed by a meal to celebrate the 40 days of prayer.  No RSVP.  Just come to the park.

Guided Prayer Walk on June 7

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CCF is hosting a guided prayer walk on June 7 at 7am. Meet in front of the Edmonds Firehouse.

We are scheduled to walk the city for an hour stopping at strategic locations for prayer. We will guide you in prayer for strategic groups like government, schools, local business, and our churches.

No signup – just show up for the prayer walk.  7am sharp so that we can take advantage of the full hour.

Mentioned in Edmonds Beacon

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Our group was mentioned in the Edmonds Beacon.

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