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Prayer

We are passionate about the power of prayer. Prayer underpins everything that happens at Church in the Marketplace, and there are opportunities for us to come together to pray in small groups. Some of us struggle with the discipline and practice of prayer and find being with others helpful. Whether we are praying with others, or on our own, prayer helps us to be immersed in the world as God sees it.

Prayer requests

If you need prayer for something specific, then ask someone to pray with you. A prayer request card is also available in the chapel on the ground floor of the Church in the Marketplace or from the front desk.

Below are some of the opportunities for you to join with others in prayer.:

Sunday prayer

Meet us at 9.30am in the Lydia room to pray for: the ministry and mission of Church in the Marketplace; the service; for personal requests; for the needs of the community and the world around us.

After church prayer

After the 10am worship service at Church in the Marketplace there is always a person available to pray with anyone who is seeking prayer, either for themselves or others.

Prayer for the Jewish People

This group prays for the local and international Jewish community, for Israel, for believers in Israel and for Aliyah – the return of Jewish people to the land of Israel.

When: The last Tuesday of each month (except December and January) 6.00 - 7.00pm

Where: The Gallery, 1st Floor, Church in the Marketplace

Prayer for the Nations

This group prays for a different country each month. Countries are selected from the Extended Watch List - a list of countries compiled by Open Doors where Christians are persecuted Open Doors World Watch List.  Background information and prayer points are provided.  

When: The last Tuesday of each month (except December and January), 7.00 – 8.00pm

Where: The Gallery, 1st Floor, Church in the Marketplace

 

The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective. (James 5:16b)

Read about effective prayer in one Chinese city.