What is Prayer?
Our conversation with the Lord, which sustains us individually and as a church family. Prayer and the Bible are central to life as a Christian.
Vital to church family life, our family conversation with the Lord guides, encourages and inspires us.
Why is it important? How is it powerful? Who can join in? Everyone is welcome to join our corporate prayer times, see the calendar.
We encourage everyone at St Mark’s to spend time with the Lord, simply having a conversation with Him. If you’re new… If you’re struggling….
Wherever you are in your journey and prayer life, there are resources that will help. Here are some links. At any time please contact us via the office, and someone will always be there to also help you.
After Sunday Services and during communion there will be trained people who can pray with you. Confidential and discreet, this is a wonderful way to deal with problems big and small.
The purpose of the Helpline (via email) is to provide prayer support when requested. This is often in emergency situations and the prayers are urgent.
Helpline members (approx.30), commit themselves to pray and to maintain absolute confidentiality. New members are always welcome.
For more information, if you have a prayer request, or would like to be part of the group, please contact :-
Hazel Edbury or Mary Young via St. Mark’s Parish Office.
Email address: email@example.com
Phone number: 029 20 619211