Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances;
for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.
— 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18


Prayer Requests


Prayer Requests

Prayer requests can be made by calling the church office at 857-1113 or by speaking with one of the pastors.

CBM Partners in Mission

The Carters

Pray for the 300 young people who attended the Russian Youth Leader Training Conference this weekend. That the gospel will spread exponentially from the training they received and praise God that there were so many in attendance.

The Kennys

Kamp Tumaini will be held at a high school in the city of Mivumoni with 550 students in attendance starting July 1st. The focus will be on strengthening the health of the communities with a strong focus on HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention. Please pray for a great harvest for the Lord and that the community will be strengthened through the program.

Local Missions

Prayer Shawl Ministry

Pray for Christ’s healing hand on the sick who receive items from the shawl ministry.

Pregnancy and Wellness Centre of Moncton

Pray for us as we interview summer students and pray for these students as they train to work directly with clients.

New Life Mission

With the summer upon them the new programs are in place. Pray that all will settle in for a safe, fun summer. Pray for preparations for DVBS.

Prayer Requests

There is a great need for prayer in our world today. Our affiliates, partners in mission, and ministry organizations we support in our community share regular prayer requests with the congregation of First Baptist Moncton. Please remember these needs in prayer. Personal prayer requests can be made by calling the church office at 857-1113 or by speaking with one of the pastors. Personal prayer requests are handled confidentially and will not appear on this website.

Canadian Baptist Ministries

GLOBAL: Please join us in prayer for World Refugee Day today. As we remember all those who have been forced from their homes by persecution, violence and conflict, pray that they may find safety and care in the midst of their circumstances.  We ask God to lead, protect and provide for those in vulnerable situations, and for communities and people to support those who are in camps, unable to return home, or who are eventually able to return home. May God's peace, justice and righteousness reign in the face of terror and injustice. 

CANADA: June 21 is National Aboriginal Day, a day for Canadians to "recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples", according to Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Currently, Cheryl Bear, spokesperson for #SheMatters4Canada is in Bolivia with Jennifer Lau, Director of Canadian Partnerships at CBM, to meet with Indigenous women and help open difficult dialogue on issues facing Indigenous women today, such as discrimination, marginalization, and the often taboo subject of gender-based violence, that only increases with silence and denial. Continue to pray for them as they explore the needs of women in Bolivia.

SOUTH SUDAN: Join us in praying for the ongoing ministry in South Sudan. Shared by CBM Africa Team Leaders, the Kennys, they ask, please "join the people of FEBAC in their prayers for peace and healing for South Sudan. We pray for God's intervention in the lives of the leaders that must put the welfare of the people before political ambition. We pray for healing for the tens of thousands of families that are mourning the loss of loved ones and for those who are receiving medical attention for wounds of war and famine. We are thankful that right now the Canadian government is offering matching emergency relief assistance to organizations providing humanitarian aid to famine regions. We are thankful to the many churches that are raising funds to join this assistance."

Sponsorship Ministry

Please pray for the family as they continue to miss their daughter, and please pray that doors will open for the immigration process to proceed, so she can be reunited with her family here in Moncton.

Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada

Today is Father’s Day. Please pray for all Dads, but also for all men, that they will have the godly wisdom, integrity and leadership that will help shape our homes, churches and communities to be safe, healthy places where their example points to our Heavenly Father.

World Refugee Day is June 20th. Over the past two years, over 150 families have been sponsored across Canada. Many more displaced people are still living in refugee camps and are desperately seeking sponsorship to Canada in an effort to enhance their lives. Pray for them. Has your church considered refugee sponsorship? Pray that CBAC churches will be open to opportunities. Contact Paul Carline for more information.

Church to pray for:

West Lane Baptist Church, Moncton, NB (Westmorland – Kent Association, Region 3); Rev. Scott Ryder