21 Days prayer and fasting

Every year at Coast Community Church, we make it a priority to seek God first through a time of prayer and fasting. We do this collectively as a church every January. Together, we faithfully seek God first, trusting in His power alone to create lasting impact in our lives, our church and our world. 


Many of you have already established times of prayer and fasting in your life and have experienced the powerful impact it has had. As a church, we have seen increased salvations, breakthroughs and miracles as we chose to put God first at the onset of the year. This year, we are uniting with several other churches to pray and fast together, aligning ourselves with the power and favor of God. Just imagine what can happen if the Body of Christ unites behind this purpose that is so close to the heart of God. What a powerful way to start off the year. If you have a desire to pray and fast, this is a great way to do it.



The fast begins Sunday, January 3rd and ends Saturday night, January 23rd.


**Below is a list of resources available to help you navigate through what Prayer and Fasting is and how to prepare for it.  

Fasting Resources

This info is for the individual participating in the 21 day season of prayer and fasting. We are so glad you’ve decided to set aside this time and start the year off seeking God in a powerful way. Our goal is to provide you with resources and links that will help you have a successful season of prayer and fasting.


The resources on this page will be updated periodically, so be sure to check back often.


We are suggesting that you consider joining us in a 21 day Daniel fast...  This a partial fast that allows you to eat things like fruits and vegetables, but not sugar, or meat or bread.  For info on what a Daniel Fast is you can click here and here Note:  There is a lot of info on fasting on this site. so take some time and really look it over.  There is also a cookbook available for downloading online. Other types of fast might be things like fasting sugar and breads, fasting television or social media, or any number of things. We like to say, just make sure you feel it.  In other words, don't fast raisins, if you are like me and you hate raisins.  

Fasting is an amazing way to take the focus off ourselves, and putting it on God. For me, when I find myself craving something, I take a second to pray and remind myself that God has first place in my life.


Matthew 6:33 (NKJV)
33 But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.