Prayer


During the Coronavirus situation prayer has become a vital part of our community life . The following prayer has been written to help us find a way to pray in this present and we will be updating our prayers regularly.

If you would like to join via Zoom there is a Monday morning prayer session at 8am  and/or the Tuesday morning prayer meeting please contact Rev Emma Durose  01326 722618  rev.emmalouise012@gmail.com for more information.

Both these weekly zoom meetings are set up as recurring meetings:

Monday  Prayer Meeting 8.00am – 9.00am led by Rev Emma Durose
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82250394603?pwd=d3gya3ErYXE4b2ZRcFEzWDNKN0x3UT09

Meeting ID: 822 5039 4603
Passcode: 745535

Tuesday  Service of Morning Prayer Meeting  at 9.30 am led by Penny Leach
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85908780991?pwd=d2F5akxsaHJ0cjJTb2JhR1JWVUplUT09

Meeting ID: 859 0878 0991
Passcode: 311233

When you’re struggling to know what to pray for
Lord, what can I pray for?
What should I say?
I’m frightened,
troubled,
confused,
everything in life having been turned inside out
and upside down.
And whatever words I use in prayer seem inadequate,
hollow,
even trite.
Help me,
hold me,
hear me,
and at this troubled time, encircle all –
myself,
my loved ones,
the wider world –
in the warm embrace of your love.
Amen.

Excerpt From: Nick Fawcett. “For Such a Time as This”. Apple Books.

What is Prayer?

People always do something when they come into our churches but what it is it? We believe that the moments, the candles, the requests left in our prayer books are all part of praying to, with, and from, God. The video below explains it better than we could!

Prayer Spaces

Praying with Others

Quiet Days