Jesus prayed every day and modelled how key this was to his disciples both in terms of His relationship with God and His ministry. Jesus taught His disciples how to pray and the early church devoted themselves to personal and corporate prayer. At times we can find prayer difficult but the truth is that we are dependent on God and 'asking' is a non-negotiable aspect of Kingdom life.
This is our weekly prayer meeting to kick start each week. We meet between 7 and 8am every Monday during term time at the King’s Centre.
Prayer & Share
This is our monthly opportunity to pray together as a whole church. We meet on a specific Tuesday evening in the month from 8pm at the King’s Centre. Following coffee and worship, we generally have an update about various aspects of church life, plus our initiatives: sharing the gospel and serving the community. And then we pray.
Weeks Of Prayer
We often devote the second week of each new academic term to prayer. Throughout the week there will be a variety of ways in which people are encouraged to pray, including themed prayer meetings, prayer booklets and prayer ministry opportunities.
Culture Of Prayer
Our vision is to have a strong and growing a culture of prayer within the church. Prayer is, therefore evident across much of our church life. For example, Life Groups spend time praying for one another when they meet and prayer ministry is regularly offered at the end of our Sunday meetings.
If there’s something you’d like us to pray about then please get in touch with your requests.
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