The North Highland Prayer Tower started as a dream in the late 1970’s by Pastor Clyde Wasdin when the property on Whittlesey Boulevard was originally purchased. Soon after, Pastor Wasdin got in touch with famous architect, Frank Wallace, who designed and developed the plans for a sanctuary – and included plans for a Prayer Tower on the main lawn. However, when Pastor Wasdin transitioned to another church, the plans for the Prayer Tower fell to the wayside.
In the late 1990’s Pastor Jim Swilley decided that it was time to build the Prayer Tower on the lawn. Using the original plans that were drawn up, the Prayer Tower was erected in 1997 and dedicated in January 1998 as the North Highland Community Prayer Tower. Since then, it has become a visual landmark for the surrounding area and a place of prayer for those in need of quiet reflection.
North Highland Community Prayer Tower
Hours: Daily 7 am - 10 pm