One of the most important things we can do at a time like this is pray, whether individually or as a group. On this page we offer some resources to do both.
We have scheduled two weekly online prayer meetings:
- On Tuesdays at 9.30am we will meet via Zoom, which is video conferencing software. See below for more details.
- On Thursdays at 8pm we will be livestreaming a time of prayer, which will also be available until the following week. Scroll down this page to watch.
We may add other events/meetings as time goes on. Watch this space for more info! Don't forget that we are also broadcasting our Sunday services at 10.30am each Sunday morning. Click here for more info.
We know this is a difficult time for everyone, so if you need to talk to someone or receive prayer, please don't hesitate to contact our ministers, James & Julia, on 01395 443137 or email@example.com.
Our Tuesday prayer meeting will be held each week at 9.30am via Zoom, which is video conferencing software. This will enable everyone taking part to see and hear each other.
To join in via computer, tablet or phone, click this link. Alternatively you can phone in from a landline or mobile on 0203 051 2874. When prompted enter the meeting ID 401 852 215.
For more help and instructions on how to use Zoom, click here.
Thursday Prayer Meetings
Short online prayer meetings will be available here each Thursday at 8pm, and will remain available until the following Thursday.
The meeting will usually include Bible readings, liturgy and space for private reflection and prayer.
You can watch below (you may need to press the play button). If you want to comment and share points for prayer, you will need to watch on Youtube.
Other Prayer Resources
- There are a number of ideas and resources for contemplative prayer and daily prayers in the Prayer & Mindfulness section of our website.
- We also recommend the excellent Lectio 365 app, which offers a short daily set of Bible readings, prayers and reflections.
- The Church of England have published various prayers and other resources here.
- For Facebook users, Malcolm Duncan is leading prayers at 10.30pm every night.