Be Joyful In Hope, Patient In Affliction, Faithful In Prayer
Prayer is an important part of Christian living as it helps us to build our relationship with God; however, it is not always easy to pray, and sometimes God may answer our prayers in unexpected ways.
Prayer was at the heart of all our deliberations as we considered forming our new circuit; and it continues to be so as we move forward in faith. We are grateful to Roy Lorrain-Smith for developing a Circuit prayer network and for providing our monthly prayer column with a short reflection and weekly prayers for the month.
How Do I Pray?
We all pray in different ways, in different places and at different times. Christianity.org gives suggestions for how to get started.
Circuit Online Prayer Group
You are very welcome to join us on Zoom between 2 and 3 pm each Wednesday – use the prayer request below to ask for the link.
We return from summer break on 8 September 2021.
If you missed the prayer course led by Rhona, you can follow it on your own from https://prayercourse.org/.
- Prayer column.
- Praying for your locality (pdf).
- Prayer walk (pdf).
- 30 Minute Serenity Prayer Labyrinth – online version – print version.
Methodist Church Prayer Resources
we pray for the unity of our circuit,
may a spirit of co-operation grow and flourish
between all the churches.
may there be a bond of love between the churches,
that everyone will feel a concern for each other,
no matter to which church they belong.
may your Holy Spirit enable and direct all that we do,
so that in all things your mission might be ours.
Grant us a wider vision
so that we may be more effective channels of your love in our communities.
In the name of Christ,
If you would like us to pray for you or those you know, to join the Prayer Network / Zoom prayer group, or to have the prayer column emailed to you each month, you can either email email@example.com or complete this prayer request form: