Prayer Group

"Continue steadfastly in prayer, being watchful in it with thanksgiving" Colossians 4:2

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December 2018

The theme of the prayer table has now been changed to "miracles".

If anyone has a prayer that they would like to share, please give it to a member of the prayer group.

Please feel free to join the group any time. We meet in the church each Sunday from 10.15-10.30am. Also remember that prayer requests can be placed in the box at the front door or in the one at the prayer table. All requests are treated with complete confidentiality.

Poppy Prayers

In the weeks leading up to Remembrance Sunday, members of the congregation were invited to write the names of loved ones they wished to remember on paper poppies. These, along with 100 knitted poppies to  mark the centenary of the end of World War 1, were then placed on the prayer table. The members of the prayer group were heartened at the response from the congregation. The display will remain until the start of Advent when the theme of the table will be changed to "miracles".

We can, and should, all pray alone but it is also biblical that we should pray together in groups. It is the privilege of a small, but dedicated, group of people here at Kilsyth Burns & Old Parish Church to fulfil that purpose by praying for our church family, our town and our world and giving thanksgiving and praise to God.

Please feel free to join the  group any time. We meet in the church each Sunday from 10.15-10.30 am. Also remember that prayer requests can be placed in the box at the front door, or in the one at the prayer table. All requests are treated with complete confidentiality.

There is a prayer table which is changed monthly. Many have found the prayers on it are helpful, either to their present situation, or as a starter for their own prayer lives. Also on the table are prayer request cards that can be completed and put in a locked box. All requests are treated confidentially by the group members.

During His earthly ministry, Jesus led a busy life but he always made prayer a priority. We hope and pray that others will feel drawn to join us on a Sunday morning.

For further information, why not contact us

Prayer Corner