Ladies' Missionary Prayer Group

Theme: A Wide Door . . . A Spiritual Battle 


"for a wide door for effective services has opened to me, and there are many adversaries." 

(1 Corinthians 16:9; Ephesians 6:18)


An Excellent Ministry Opportunity

LMPG is a ministry opportunity for the women of  Mount Calvary Baptist Church to band together in praying for our missionaries as part of fulfilling our mission as a church to take the Word to the world, to make true disciples of Jesus Christ

To increase our understanding of and burden for missionary work, special speakers are invited to share their unique experiences and struggles. After hearing from the speaker, we divide to pray for our missionaries (young girls have their own prayer times). We then meet for refreshments and fellowship. Each month an offering is taken, and missionary biographies are available to borrow from our library. Periodically, we work on special projects that will directly benefit our missionaries. All the ladies of Mount Calvary Baptist Church are invited to attend—you do not have to be a church member. Meetings are held in the music suite once a month. Nursery facilities are available. 

Understandably, not all ladies in our church are able to participate in LMPG; however, we can all challenge ourselves to greater faithfulness in staying informed about our missionaries and remembering them in prayer on a regular basis. 

LMPG Officers 2024                               


President: Mary Diachenko

Vice-President: Karne McGary

Resource Co-ordinator: Amber Moye

Public Relations: Sarah Muller

Recording Secretary: Colleen Bundy

Correspondence Secretary: Nicole Walker 

Treasurer: Shelia Potts

Librarian: Monica Loeffler

January 12, Friday

February 9, Friday

March 8, Friday

April 12, Friday

May 10, Friday

June 7, Friday

July 5, Friday

August 9, Friday

September 6, Friday

October 4, Friday

November 8, Friday

December 6, Friday

As we meet together to hear from our missionaries and learn how to better pray for them, may we have an increased burden for their ministries that would press us to our knees in prayer on their behalf.