Online Prayer & Resources

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 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 enquiries@budleighbaptistchurch.org.uk.

There are a number of ways of praying or asking for prayer...

Tuesday Prayers

Each Tuesday morning at 9.30am we hold a more interactive prayer meeting via Zoom.

This includes spoken liturgy, Bible reading a and  time of open prayer

All are welcome to join in - please get in touch for the details.

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Prayer & Mindfulness

In an increasingly chaotic and busy world, it can feel difficult to find time to stop, pause and reflect. At the same time, more and more people are feeling stressed, anxious and over-loaded.

The Christian tradition has a wealth of resources and practices which have helped people navigate through life. Click here to read an introduction to some of these and some basic starters to get you praying.

Praying Hands

Prayer Chain

Our prayer chain is a phone based way of passing on prayer requests quickly and anonymously.

If you'd like to add a request to the chain, please phone our ministers on 01395 443137.

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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.