To pray is to have a conversation with God. Believing that our loving Creator is always with us as our Heavenly Father, we trust that – like any parent - he is interested in every aspect of our lives from the most profound to the most trivial.
In prayer, we
thank and praise him for who he is and all he has given us
sort things out with him when we know we have them wrong
bring to him for his blessing those situations and people about whom we are concerned
seek his presence and blessing for ourselves
Prayer forms a central part of our life together – in our Sunday worship and on the other occasions when we meet. We regularly pray for our local community and for people known to us who are going through tough times.
Members commit to spend some time each day in personal prayer.
Prayer does not need any special sets of words or any different language than you would use with a close friend.
We can simply ask God to be in the situation that concerns us, pouring into it his love and healing.
If you would like to request prayer for yourself, for someone close to you, or for a situation, you can do this a number of ways.
We have regular prayer meetings once a month on the last Wednesday at 8pm and on the 3rd Saturday at 8am.
If you prefer you can send an email to our Secretary [ firstname.lastname@example.org ] or Minister [ email@example.com ] who will ask people at the church to pray for you or you can phone the church office on 01246 291856. If no-one replies, you can leave a message.
No-one will contact you unless you specifically ask us to.