Transforming our city by UNITING our churches!

Chattanooga is a beautiful city typically listed towards the top of every “Best places to live” list, but it is also in deep need of transformation. Churches are in decline and divided. Pastors are discouraged and disconnected. The vibrant Bride of Christ seems to be in disarray, but we believe this is not God’s way.

Over the past 2 years, pastors and non-profit leaders with a burden to see the church come together and thrive have been quietly meeting and praying for God to move among us…and we believe He is.

There are 3 primary areas we believe will spark transformation in our city with your help.

1. City wide intentional prayer.
2. Unity between churches beginning with visionary friendships between pastors and non-profit leaders.
3. Combined service in and for our city as congregations work together to meet the needs of those in their communities.

Incredibly, we continue to find churches and pastors hungry for these opportunities as well. If you would like to learn more or get involved, we encourage you to join us for one of our monthly lunch gatherings. They are held at ChattHOP (Chattanooga House of Prayer) in Red Bank on the 2nd Wednesday of each month.

Join us as we seek to transform our city by uniting His church!

Upcoming Events

Caring for our city during the Coronavirus

Pray Chattanooga is a network of churches in the Chattanooga metro area that are gathering and working together to do 3 primary things; 1) PRAY for our churches, non-profits, leaders and our communities, 2) build UNITY between leaders and partnerships between ministries and 3) promote SERVICE from these groups for our city and local communities.

During the COVID-19 crisis, we recognize the beautiful opportunity to BE THE CHURCH and combine our efforts to serve those who are in need to the best of our abilities.  If you have any questions or have a need that we might be able to help with, please do not hesitate to contact us!

Ministry Leader Resources

We know that this is a difficult time to navigate the complexities of ministry with reduced financial resources and an inability to meet in person. We have resumed in person (bring your own) lunch gatherings on the 2nd Wednesdays of each month and are planning some special events for pastors to be encouraged and to share some ideas for moving forward post COVID (whenever that may be). Don’t toil in obscurity, let others share the burden of ministry during this difficult time. You can also get connected with other ministry leaders in Chattanooga on our private Facebook group. Click the button to jump in, now.