Prayer at ACB and beyond


Be prayed for,
or pray for others, our church and our world.

Prayer Ministry 


If you would like prayer for a specific situation or for healing, members of the prayer ministry team are available during and after the 10:30 service every week to pray with you.

You will be asked what you would like prayer for, they will then guide you through the prayer.  You can say as much or as little as you like and everything will remain confidential. 

Clergy are available to pray with you after the 18:00 service.

Prayer for ACB


 Pick up a prayer diary at one of our services and pray for the church leadership, activities of ACB and our living links.

ACB Prayer Chain


 A large group of ACB intercessors are ready to pray for others in times of need.

To make a prayer request or join the group who pray click here.

 

Prayer Requests Cards 


Prayer request cards are available at all our services. Your request will be kept confidential within the prayer team.

Try Praying


Do you want to pray but don't know where to start?

Try praying is a 7 day prayer guide to help you get started in conversation with God. 

Each day comprises 4 parts:
   - Read something to get you thinking
   - Read a short story of someone sharing how prayer worked in their life
   - Think about some wise words
   - Pray – speaking to God

Available as an app or in booklet form. More information at www.trypraying.co.uk

Links to some great daily prayer sites


Daily Prayer from the Church of England 
Join with Anglicans around the world in services of Morning, Evening & Night Prayer, and Prayer During the Day.

Sacred Space

Pray-as-you-go

WordLive - daily Bible reading guide

Moms in Prayer International


Join a small group of moms praying for their children and schools.
There are over 1500 groups in Switzerland!

 Moms in Prayer website


“Don't worry about anything,  but pray about everything. With thankful hearts offer up your prayers and requests to God”.      
Philippians 4:6 (CEV)

 

“I find that when I pray coincidences happen, and when I stop praying, the coincidences stop happening!”
Archbishop William Temple