Thursday Night Worship

Celtic Prayer

For about 45 minutes, to follow the liturgy of Compline, a gentle way of rounding off the day. The words and prayers said together are published in a book of Celtic Daily Prayer, used by the Northumbria Community on Lindisfarne Island. There are several Bible readings, a shared a time of quiet prayer together for other people/ silence is enjoyed as an opportunity to reflect, before finishing with a short piece of quiet music.  People leave feeling both calm and restored, ready for the week ahead. For more information please ring Sue Dowler on 020 8504 6228

Prayer Ministry Team

At St John’s we believe that prayer really does change things and helps us connect with God. Our trained prayer ministry team is available to pray with anyone during our services, whether you want prayer for yourself or someone else. We also have prayer ministry training once a month where we have some worship, teaching and an opportunity to pray for each other. This is an open meeting and anyone is welcome to join us.

The first Thursday of each month is a chance for us to minister in prayer to one another, to intercede for others and to pray corporately for wider needs. For about 1.5 hours. A short time of worship, leader reflection and a scripture reading. Followed by an opportunity to pray for each other.

For more information, please contact Linda Alligan.