Prayer

God became part of everyday life, and the everyday things are made holy by his presence in and with them. It is better to pray for something and risk it being inappropriate rather than not pray at all. God will forgive us, though God hopes we will learn and grow. But not to pray at all is to be thoroughly secularised, too lacking in expectation and hope.  Rob Ellis, former Tyndale minister, in his book Answering God.

Share your prayer requests with us and they will be included in a mid-week communion service.  If you want someone to contact you, then please add your name and email address or phone number.

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