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Prayer Group | St George's Church

On Sunday 29th November the service for Advent Sunday will be streamed on to St George's Facebook page at 10.45. The order of service can be found on the right hand bar of the 'What's on page' of this website. We are asked to join the rest of the Church to pray about Covid 19. There is a sheet of suggestions for November on the 'Time for Prayer' page of this website. More information about Sunday services when we can open again can be found lower down this Home page. Please read the information carefully so that you know what special arrangements we need to make for worship outside as well as inside the building. We are working very hard to keep everyone 'Covid safe'

Prayer Group

Prayer Group

Prayer is important to every Christian and we value the opportunity to bring our prayers of thankfulness to God and to know that God hears and answers our prayers.

The work of God's church always has been build on a foundation of prayer and at St George's we know that this is an important part of the life of our church community. Because of this there is an opportunity to pray for the needs of the world and our community and to bring to God any particular requests for prayer. A group meets to pray on a Mondays between 7pm and 8pm. Everyone is welcome to join in this time of quiet and prayer for the needs of the moment.

In church there are also a number of people who have been trained to pray with individuals and there is opportunity for this to happen towards the end of each Sunday morning service. Many people find this very helpful.

The Prayer team have also provided a Prayer tent at Wakefield Cathedral Centenary Celebration when many people wrote their prayer requests which were then used at the cathedral services during the following week.

Say one for me .........

If you have a particular need for prayer or a request for prayer for a person or situation you can use the message below to send it to the Vicar - Rev'd Martine Crabtree.