National Day of Prayer, May 4th

The National Day of Prayer is observed annually on the first Thursday in May. This day observance, designated in 1981 by President Ronald Reagan, is to "give thanks to Almighty God for the blessings He has bestowed... protection, and guidance.” Read his entire proclamation here.

Every President ever since has made a proclamation, to read President Biden’s 2022 proclamation, click here.

For Christians, prayer is an integral part of our daily life. We stand in agreement with the body of Christ to pause and reflect on the many blessings we have received, pray for our leaders, and pray for one another. May this National Day of Prayer bring hope, healing, and peace to our nation and the world beyond.

To learn how NCPC will be praying, click here. 


The purpose of the prayer ministry is to unite people in prayer for the world, our country, our church and for one another.

• We want NCPC to be known as a praying church. We have the Monday Prayer group that meets to address prayer concerns that we receive from Sunday Church requests. The requests are confidential for our small Monday Group to pray unless the requestor chooses for the request to be sent to our prayer chain of more than 150 members on the online form. We also receive requests for the prayer chain email at

• In addition, we have members that pray before Sunday Services for the pastors, worship leaders and our great technology team. 

We have several opportunities for those in need of prayer:

Monday Morning Prayer Group 10 AM

Topic: Prayer Group

Join the meeting here.

Meeting ID: 873 3414 5891 Passcode: 871257

Dial by your location +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)

You can also submit prayer requests online here.

We have a Prayer Chain to handle all prayer requests. Many have answered the call to pray for these requests. To add to the prayer chain, contact the church office.