A prayer companion program

For more than a century we have received countless prayer requests from the general public and have offered prayers of praise and petition to God on their behalf. People hunger to have someone praying for them as they go through a divorce, endure a battle with cancer or some other disease, or are in the midst of a trying situation. Our Adopt A Sister program is a unique personalized response to this. It allows you to have a specific sister be in a prayerful relationship with you.

The Adopter
As the adopter, you can request to adopt a particular sister or have a sister chosen for you as your prayer companion. Adopters receive a certificate, the sister’s photo, and contact information for the sister.

The Adopted
Many of our prayer companion sisters are retired from active ministry. This program gives them a renewed sense of service and it also helps them to become aware of the pain and struggles that others are undergoing. The sisters take a special interest in her adopter’s life, and are committed to praying for his or her intentions. Some sisters have multiple prayer companions. Currently 110 sisters are participating in the program with more than 130 adopters.

Adopt

To adopt a sister, please complete this form and click submit. We will respond to your request as quickly as possible.

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Adopt A Sister

You are invited to join in this ministry. For more information, contact:

Cynthia Munschauer
cmunschauer@sosf.org
716.632.2155, ext. 687

The time spent with prayer companions brings much joy, happiness and a great sense of love.
Anyone who is interested in having such a special relationship can adopt one of our sisters.
The Adopt A Sister program has been rewarding for both our adopters and our sisters, as they build prayerful and caring relationships.