The Prayer Summit experience is probably different than any meeting you have attended. We worship, but this is not a "praise and worship" service. We read Scripture, but very differently than on a typical Sunday morning. We pray, but with a unique flow; this is not your Wednesday night prayer meeting. Nor is it merely a prayer retreat, designed for you to spend personal time with the Lord. Certainly not a Prayer Conference, do not expect any sermons, workshops, or study outlines. The prayer summit utilized all-the-above but in such a unique way that it becomes wonderful to experience but difficult to describe.
Think of it as a place where all of God's diverse children can come together in humility that produces Scriptural unity. It's an environment, which welcomes the expression of every person, culture and tradition. It's a prayer meeting where all have both the freedom to be themselves and the responsibility to serve others. Our facilitator is the Holy Spirit. He is the leader. He sets the agenda. A couple of people are assigned to discern the voice of the Spirit as we journey in prayer together. Our foundation is the word of God; He's our authority.