It’s important that we continue to explore, grow, and deepen in our walk with Jesus each day. Here you will find some basic resources and invitations to help you to explore prayer and to pray for the needs in our world.
More resources on our Church Weekend 2020 pages
Pray through the week
Similar to the Prayer for the Nation (below), build a rhythm of daily prayer by focussing on specific themes for each day of the week.
A further Daily Prayer Guide resource written by Tearfund and Neighbourhood Prayer Network can be downloaded below.
Prayer for the Nation
As part of our 2020 Year of Prayer we joined with a national call to prayer for the nation at 6:00pm each evening throughout ‘Lockdown#2’ (November 5th-December 2nd 2020) with a particular focus on the current Coronavirus pandemic.
Even though those dates have passed, we encourage you to continue to pray. Below are the daily Prayers For The Nation (adapted). Each day of the week has a different focus for prayer. Why not download them or print them as a reminder to pray?
Follow with us here or CLICK HERE to set your own rhythm of prayer using the resources on the Prayer For The Nation website.
Open for Prayer
Our church building is usually open each Wednesday morning. You are welcome to pop in to pray, receive prayer, or find a quiet space in our sanctuary or garden.*
Wednesdays 10:30am to 12:30pm
*Please note that, although we have implemented Government guidance for places of worship during this time of Covid-19, we may need to cancel worship or meetings in the building at short notice in response to most Government recent advice or restrictions.
Explore some of the Prayer activities we have created together
A helpful app for daily prayer: The Ceaseless app shows you a Scripture and three people from your phone contacts to pray for each day.
Sunday to Friday Prayers
The Church of England provides a short prayer each day in ‘Today’s Prayer’ – also includes an audio version! Click Here
Thought for the Day & Thought for the Week
Our ‘Thought for the Day’ and ‘Thought for the Week’ began during the Covid-19 lockdown period of 2020. They are mostly written by people connected to our church congregation and occasionally drawn from other organisations. From September 2020 we have continued with a ‘Thought for the Week’ which you can follow on our Facebook Group or request to be added to our mailing list. Contact Nicole
- March 23rd-28th, 2020
- March 30th-April 4th, 2020
- April 5th-April 12th, 2020
- April 13th-April 18th, 2020
- April 20th-25th, 2020
- April 27th-May 2nd, 2020
- May 4th-May 9th, 2020
- May 11th-16th, 2020
- May 21st-31st, 2020 reflections from the Jesus Loves All, Daily Prayer Journal
- June 1st-6th, 2020
- June 8th-13th, 2020
- June 15th-20th, 2020
- For more recent reflections join our Facebook group or contact Nicole