Our regular prayer gathering is on the second Wednesday of every month at 8pm.
Each is a little different, but we pray for our world, our church and ourselves. Do join us!

See below for times of upcoming prayer meetings. Contact Sally Higginbottom if you would like to know more.

I am the bread of life

In October we had a special prayer meeting where we considered the “I am” statements of Jesus found in John’s Gospel. Each statement was attached to a prayer station located around the church. People were encouraged to spend a little time at each and move on when ready. The atmosphere was quiet and calm and several people have mentioned how moved they felt by it.

This is our station for 'I am the bread of life'. We hope it might help your prayers. bread

John 6:35

Then Jesus declared, “I am the bread of life. He who comes to me will never go hungry, and he who believes in me will never be thirsty.”
If you have some bread nearby, take and taste it. What does it mean for Jesus to be the bread of life?
What are the roles of bread?
Every time we pray the Lord’s Prayer we ask for our daily bread. What has God provided for you? Give thanks for God’s provision in your life.  

There are many without access to the basic provisions that they need.

Pray for those close to home, for those using the night shelter, for those using the food banks.
Pray for those further afield, for those caught up in the fighting in Syria and Iraq.
Pray for those working in the dire situations in West Africa currently where resources to battle Ebola are inadequate.
Pray for those confirmed at the weekend at All Saints, that they might be experiencing God’s provision in their lives this week and in the weeks to come.