Prayer is at the heart of our church life

Prayer is a vital part of life as a Christian. We pray in church, at home, together, on our own.  We offer thanks to God, ask his forgiveness when we get things wrong, pray for people we care about and much more. Often we pray ‘on the spur of the moment’, responding to situations as we meet them. Prayer is talking to God about everything on a daily basis.

Prayer Room

We have created a ‘Prayer Room’ within our church building, where various resources are available for prayer. The prayer room is a quiet place for prayer, meditation and reflection. Please feel free to visit the prayer room at any time you are within our church building.

We meet for prayer within the prayer room every Sunday morning 09:50 – 10:05am.

All are welcome to join us at this time of prayer.

Let the peace of this place surround you as you sit or kneel quietly. Let the hurry and worry of your life fall away from you. You are God’s child. He loves you and cares for you. He is here with you now and always. Speak to Him slowly and thoughtfully give yourself time for Him to bring things to mind.  

Lord, thank you, for your presence here, for the opportunity to pray, for the promise of peace, for the beauty of the world, the kindness of people…. for all those whom I love… and who love me… for Your love towards me (and especially for…) for the Cross of Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit. Help me to show my gratitude in deeds as well as words. Amen.

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PrayerTreePrayer Tree. 

You are invited to write the names of family and friends who need prayer onto the tags and hang these onto the tree in our Hall of Fellowship. These requests will be prayed over by our Sunday morning prayer group.

Additional Prayer Resources 

Sanctuary First

Word Live

Stirling North Prayer Guide

Pastoral Care Team 

Our Pastoral Care Team visit those of our Church family, who are ill at home, in hospital, residing in care homes, the housebound, those who have been bereaved and those requiring particular support.

If you know of anyone who would value a visit from a member of our Pastoral Care Team please contact  Janette Duff .