I hope this booklet will encourage us to pray individually and together as a church. As we all seek to grow together in prayer we will find that we are united more with one another through this ‘Rhythm of Prayer’. We don’t need to be monks or part-time nuns in order to experience the presence and power of God through prayer. We hope that as we pray ‘together’ we will know that we are not praying alone but alongside one another, morning, noon and night. - Barney
As part of our response Covid-19 lockdown, we are now holding our Morning Prayer online. If you’d like to join the Staff Team at 9.10am each weekday morning, you are very welcome to do so. We follow Common Worship with Psalm & New Testament ‘Bible In One Year’ readings.
Prayer Rhythms Booklet
To join in with these prayer rhythms, take a look through our booklet:
Prayer for the nation
Archbishops Invite Us to Pause, Pray and Remember 100,000 people
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have called on the nation to remember the 100,000 people across the UK who have died after contracting Covid-19 and all those mourning them. In an open letter, Archbishops Justin Welby and Stephen Cottrell invite everyone across England – whether they have faith or not – to pause, reflect on the “enormity of this pandemic” and to pray. You can read their letter to the nation here.
Starting on 1 February we are invited to set aside time every evening to pray, particularly at 6pm each day.
More than ever, this is a time when we need to love each other.
Prayer is an expression of love.
Daily and Weekly Prayer Themes, and resources to support us in praying for the nation throughout this month, can be found on the
Church of England website: click here