Christ Church is committed to prayer - we believe prayer is at the heart of all we do as a Church and is the responsibility of every Christian. Therefore it is an important part of our individual and corporate life. Our Prayer Key Leader is Jane Franklin
Regular Prayer Occasions to which all are welcome
Rotunda Prayers: Daily prayer is open to anybody and takes place in the Rotunda, Monday-Friday, 9.30am to 10.00am. Please add your prayer requests and answers to the Rotunda Prayer Diary.
Prayer for Wycombe: The 'Prayer for Wycombe' vision is to see the Wycombe area covered in prayer 24-7, 365 days a years. Christ Church is one of over 30 churches now sharing in this vision. We are committed to praying on the 4th day of each month. Each month we circulate a Prayer Sheet with the up-to-date prayer needs of our town and District.
Monthly Prayer Meeting: We are also committed on that 4th day of each month, to meeting together to pray about our part in what God is doing in our immediate area. Come and pray with others as we focus on Flackwell Heath, the Churches and community.
Other Opportunities to pray:
24/7 Prayer: We are linked to a world-wide prayer network... and take opportunities through the year to pray continually, including nights of prayer and weeks of 24-7 prayer. Here is a link to a virtual tour of our most recent ‘going deeper’ prayer room.
Prayer Triplets & Prayer Partnerships: We encourage people to be in a prayer triplet/partnership. We would love to help you find someone to pray with.
Prayer-Chain: Christ Church has an email prayer-chain, and a phone Prayer-Chain for emergencies. If you are not part of either of these please contact the Church Office. To pass around an item for prayer please contact your Homegroup Leader or Sue Simpson.
Intercessors: Christ Church has a team of confidential Intercessors to support the work and ministry of the Church.
Prayer Noticeboard: Don't forget to check the Prayer Noticeboard in the Rotunda for up-to-date prayer information.
Quiet Days: Once a term we run a Quiet morning, evening or day. It is an opportunity to step aside from busy lives and spend some time in quiet reflection and reading. We use prayer spaces and have used a labyrinth.