Prayers

What is prayer?

Prayer is simply responding to God. It’s about turning our hearts towards God; bringing us to God, and God to us. It may involve talking or listening, stillness or action. There are no special words to say, and there is no required way to kneel or stand. You can pray with others or alone. You can pray in church, walking down the street or in the shower. You can whisper, you can sing or you can shout. Sometimes you don’t need words at all. Anybody can pray, anytime, anywhere. God is always listening. Anybody can pray, anytime, anywhere. God is always listening.

Prayer times

All Saints: 09.00 – 09.30 every Saturday

Home group: 10:00 fortnightly on Mondays at 1 Orchard Way, Stretton, contact Thelma Cain on 024 7654 3256

God Squad ‘Faith & Friendship’: 19:30 – 21:00 on 4th Monday, contact Karen Armbrister on 01926 632030

6 The Paddocks, Stretton: 20:00 on 2nd & 4th Tuesday

On each Tuesday morning at 9am, Reverend Ali will be holding a short service of morning prayer. The service will last approximately 30 minutes and anyone is welcome to join in. Each church in the Benefice will be visited on a rota basis. Click to see dates and locations.

If you have a particular need for prayer, or wish someone to pray with you, please contact a Churchwarden from your parish.

We run a prayer chain which is a commitment by a number of people who have agreed to pray for people in the Benefice and further afield as part of their daily prayers. Find out more

In September we pray,

Dear God,

Help us to understand when

the heart is right with you,

then the personal life is cultivated.

When the personal life is cultivated,

then the home life is regulated.

When the home life is regulated,

then the national life is orderly.

And when the national life is orderly,

then the world is at peace.

Amen.

Our Diocesan prayer

Father pour out your spirit upon us

Grant us a new vision of your glory

A new experience of your power

A new faithfulness to your word

A new consecration to your service, that

your love may grow among us

And your kingdom come:

through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Amen