Williamsport, PA Campus Module
Join the College of Prayer in Williamsport, September 27-28. Churches from around the area will gather together for high worship, biblical teaching, God-encountering prayer, Christ-exalting fellowship, and a life-changing two days.
Why should you attend?
- Prayer and Worship – We will encounter God.
- Instruction – We will receive life-giving biblical teaching on prayer.
- Interaction – We will discuss truth and pray with each other while fostering lasting relationships.
Schedule and Topic
Lord, as Churches, Teach Us to Pray!
Friday, September 27 & Saturday, September 28
3:00 PM ~ Check-in/Registration Opens
3:30 PM ~ Flame Holders- Dan Blust
5:15 PM ~ Dinner with GAP groups (dinner provided)
7:00 PM ~ Teaching Children to Pray- Lauri Rintelman
8:30 AM ~ Light refreshments
9:00 AM ~ Holy Spirit-Filled Churches – Robert Parish
10:30 AM ~ Every Meeting a Prayer Meeting- Dale Rintelman
12:00 PM ~ Lunch with *GAP Groups (lunch provided)
1:30 PM ~ Communion and Impartation
3:00 PM ~ Dismiss
*GAP stands for “Growth, Accountability and Prayer.” When you register you will placed in one of these groups according to gender. Each group will have a leader who helps facilitate the discussion and prayer time. This will be a special time of personal ministry.
Presenters & Facilitators
Servant Leadership Team (SLT): Dan Blust, Lauri Rintelman, Robert Parish, and Dale Rintelman.
485 E 3rd Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
For more information, please contact Kathy Stopper using the email below or call Pastor Dale.
Call: (570) 567-4364 (Pastor Dale Rintelman)
Campus Leadership Team
Our servant leadership team is first and foremost a team of men and women who love the Lord Jesus Christ, each other, and who are actively ministering in the Williamsport area. We are committed to leading out of encounters with the manifest presence of Christ! We are all thrilled to be a part of this exciting ministry of “mentoring, training, and training leaders to reach a lost world through a revived church.”
A Word from Pastor Dale:
I was introduced to the manifest presence of God in the story of Moses and the burning bush but I never thought that God could manifest His presence today. I have learned He not only can but He desires to be actively present with us. As I have sought God I have experienced personal brokenness that has brought the work of the Holy Spirit into my relationships with my wife, my children, my family, my friends, my church, my neighborhood, and of course with the Lord Himself.
This College of Prayer campus is a work of God and endeavors to free the body of Christ in Williamsport in a way that supports each individual and every representative church. My passion is to see the healing ministry of Christ’s kingdom authority to Williamsport. Make us one O Lord! Will you join me in this journey?
For Him and His Kingdom,
Pastor Dale Rintelman