For Jesus promises that, "Furthermore, I tell all of you with certainty that if two of you agree on earth about anything you request, it will be done for you by my Father in heaven, because where two or three have come together in my name, I am there among them" Matthew Ch. 18 v. 19-20

Prayer serves many purposes in the life of a Christian. Not only is it an integral part of our relationship with God, but it is also a means of supporting those close to us and in the wider world we live in. Answer to prayer can bring relief to suffering, strengthen us to meet life's challenges, provide comfort in times of trouble and most importantly, bring us closer the Lord.

There are many opportunities for prayer at St George's - daily, within dedicated prayer groups, within home groups, or at our Sunday church services: -

  • After every Sunday morning service there is an opportunity for prayer with members of our ministry team and congregation in the church. The team are always there to help and join you in your prayer.
  • Apart from Sunday, there is regular prayer at the church on the following days of the week: Tuesday at 9.30 am, Wednesday 8.45 am, and Saturday at 10.00 am. Everyone who wishes to pray is very warmly welcome to join us on these occasions.
  • Prayer Circle - many of our congregation are members of St George's Prayer Circle. The idea behind the circle is to offer prayers by its members to requests received from anyone who asks for prayer. For example, if someone you know is ill or has another problem please ask the circle to pray for them. Perhaps you would like to join the Prayer Circle? You are very welcome. 

Should you need someone to pray with you, or require prayer for yourself, a loved one, or friend, then please contact us and we will arrange for a member of the ministry team to contact you.