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The First Sunday of each month

9.00-9.15am

 

As part of our time of prayer for healing,
there is a box on the table by the church door -
if you cannot come in person on the first Sunday of each month at 9.00am or know someone who would like to be included, please your/their name on a slip of paper and place it in the box.  If you feel able to give an example of the problem that is helpful.  For example - “Fred in pain from his back”

 

The service will take place up by the altar

 

If you would like to come but are a bit unsure about it, please be reassured that it is a very peaceful service, with a simple liturgy.  We pray by name for those for whom prayer has been requested and there is an opportunity for the laying on of hands - which simply means that one of the people leading the service will place a hand on your shoulder and pray for you using the prayers set for the service.

Time of Prayer for Healing
Pastoral Care

Would you or anyone you know like a visit from a member of our Pastoral Team?  We have a team of trained people who would be very happy to visit anyone who is in need of some company and a chat.  Please see/email any of the contacts if you or someone you know would welcome a visit.

There is a board in church for prayer requests - you don't need to give a name unless you want to - your requests will be included in our intercessions, and passed on to our Prayer Group. Alternatively, you can send your prayer requests via e-mail, confidentially, to our Rector: Rev Peter Hopkins and they will be included in our prayers.  (The name on the email will be removed if you wish - just ask in the message)

Prayer Requests

For the Church of England Prayer Pages.  Follow this link by clicking here with your mouse.

Pastoral Care and Prayer