We firmly believe that prayer changes things, and we are passionate about God changing people’s lives. If there is a way that we can pray for transformational change in your life, please fill out an anonymous prayer request here, and our elders and prayer team will start praying for you.
Life in the city can be pretty hectic, so we have dedicated this as a quiet space to simply BE with God. You are welcome to use the Prayer Hall any time that the building is open. The Prayer Hall is located on the second floor across from The Gallery. Members from our Prayer Team are available to pray with you after each Sunday gathering.
Soul City Church hosts a meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) on Tuesday evenings at 7p in Room 101. You do not have to sign up to attend this meeting, you can simply show up. While we are very happy and proud to host this group, it is important to note that it is not directly affiliated with our church.
Periodically, we also have dedicated recovery Small Groups. You can check out our Small Groups webpage here to find out more.
At Soul City Church, we believe in the power of counseling. If you would like to browse our list of suggested counselors, please click below. Each counselor we recommend has been screened by Soul City Church for his or her professional expertise, quality of care, and alignment with our values. However, it is important to note that these individuals do not work for or represent Soul City Church.
At Soul City Church, we want to partner with you so that you can live in economic freedom. One of the ways in which we do this is Budget Bootcamp. You can find out information about Budget Bootcamp and other financial resources on our Budgeting page.
In a season of financial struggle, we want to be a resource to individuals who are a part of the Soul City Church community in accordance with certain guidelines and parameters. To find out more information about our Benevolence program, please fill out the Care Connection Form below.
If you are having an emergency, please call 911 immediately. If you need help in an area not listed, please fill out our Care Connection form below.
The death of someone you love ushers in a cascade of complex emotions, and planning a funeral or memorial service to honor, remember, and celebrate loved ones can feel overwhelming. We want to help.
As a part of our Care Ministry, we have a team of trained, caring volunteers and pastors available to visit loved ones of our community who are in hospitals or hospice.
Please fill out our Care Connection form at the bottom of this page so that we can connect with you.