Annual Week of Prayer 2022

This year's Week of Prayer will be held from 5 to 12 November. The theme is "Discipleship", which explores the real meaning of discipleship and how we can become true disciples of Jesus. As always, our Week of Prayer content includes a reading for our Kids, entitled "I Will Go".

We will provide the daily devotions in 2 formats. An audio recording via our YouTube channel which will also be of assistance and a blessing to those who are blind, have vision impairment or a physical condition that prohibits them using the digital material that we will share with you in the coming days. You will also find a digital format where you are able to read it in your own time and at your own pace. #WeekofPrayer

A week of reflection on God’s calling for us and prayer

Some 2,000 years ago Jesus gave the invitation “Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men” (Matt. 4:19) to a small group of fishermen on the shores of Galilee. They “immediately . . . left the boat and . . . followed Him” (verse 22). As they spent time with Jesus, their lives were transformed forever.

Today Jesus still calls people to be His disciples. Being a disciple begins by following Jesus—spending time with Him through Bible study and prayer, following where He leads.

Prayer is spiritual communication between us and God. It is our direct line with heaven. We pray to talk to God, understand him, connect with him, understand ourselves, and understand what’s happening around us.

Who this event is for

We invite everyone from all walks of life to participate. Whether you’re new to faith or a life-long learner, you’ll be able to follow along and gain something to strengthen your
walk. Participate alone, with family, or with friends. It’s completely up to you!

Read the daily devotions, consider the questions, and pray. That’s it.

We encourage keeping a journal or note pad to keep track of your thoughts and prayers as you journey through the exercise.

We also want people to pray for us as a church that in this troubling time we will truly love each other and be known as a people who care for everyone affected (not just ourselves) and live and present love and hope as we have it in Jesus.

“Love does no harm to it neighbour …”  Romans 13:10 NIV.

Where to find the daily devotions

Navigate to the side bar on the right of this page to find the digital reading as well as audio recording that will be published on our YouTube page daily at 7h00am.

Are you in need of Prayer? We offer various prayer resources. Click here for more information and/or to submit a prayer request.