Vicarage Lane
Highworth
Swindon
Wiltshire
SN6 7AD

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To pray is to make our hearts ready to experience the love of God in Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit. Praying regularly will help us to develop a spiritual rhythm. Remember that God hears every prayer - but not all prayers are answered in the way we might expect or desire: we don't always pray for his will to be done!

Prayer is a discipline - it can be difficult at times, just like keeping fit, being on a diet, or keeping weeds down in the garden. Little and often is best, but don't give up! No prayer, however inadequate you may feel it to be, is ever wasted or of no value.

 

A discipline of prayer changes the way that we think about our lives, because it creates new habits of heart and mind. Prayer opens us more deeply to the transforming grace of God. We enter into God’s presence, allowing the Holy Spirit to pray in us.

Whether you are a child, young person or an adult, prayer is easier than you might imagine! Millions of people of every age pray every day.

When Can i use the church for prayer

The Church is open every day providing an opportunity for you to find time with God and bring him your personal prayers. 

Additionally we offer a permanent space for prayer providing you with prayer resources if you would like. 

Opportunities to pray together

Every Tuesday - 9:30am

 Come along to Church to pray for the week ahead

Every Wednesday - 6:00pm

Come along to Church for a time of sung evensong

Every Second Wednesday - 1:00pm

Lunchtime quiet space in Church, a time of led meditation

Every Friday - 9:15am

Come along to Church as we pray for our town

Every Second Monday - 8:00pm

Come along to Church for a Prayer Hour focusing on the work of our Church