‘Oh, come let us worship and bow down; let us kneel before the Lord, our Maker.’ Psalm 95:6

You don’t have to know any special prayers if you want to pray – in fact, words can often get in the way. Just picture Jesus, and then say what is in your heart, what you feel.

Not all prayers are answered in the way we might expect or desire, and we don’t always pray for God’s will to be done! Nevertheless, God hears every prayer.

What’s On

    • A Book of Common Prayer Communion, followed by coffee, takes place every Wednesday at 10 am.
    • Home Prayer Group meets every month for informal study of bible passages and to pray together for the world and for the local community of Coulsdon.  
  • Wholeness and Healing service is held every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 10.00am.

Prayers this Week

We pray for the Church: the we may make ready a way for the Lord in our time and place.

We pray for the grace of insight: that we may see the work of God in the events, large and small, in our lives and cooperate with the Spirit in bringing God’s love wherever it is most needed.

We pray for all who are called to speak the truth: that they may courageously witness the way of Christ when confronted by the powerful society.

We pray for a reawakening in our hearts: that we may embrace the vision that God offers for wholeness, reconciliation and new beginnings for all the human family.

We pray for all who are gathered here: that our love may grow in depth and sincerity so that our words and actions may manifest compassion towards all whom God brings into our lives.

We pray for freedom and healing: that God will fill in the valleys and make level the loves of all who struggle with depression, additions, or pride, so that they may experience freedom and wholeness.