St.Giles’, St.Bartholomew’s & St.Mary’s | Prayer
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‘To be a Christian without prayer is no more possible than to be alive without breathing’ – Martin Luther

During this time of Coronavirus pandemic it is vitally important that we continue to pray to the God who loves us.  Some of the opportunities to gather to pray with one another physically are not possible at present.  However prayer can happen in many ways and prayer is always possible.  Some additional prayer support is detailed below as well as information about prayer opportunities when ore churches are open again.

Additional Prayer Support during the Coronavirus Pandemic

To receive links to the online ministry led by our Lay Reader, Gill Hollis, please send a request to

The Bishop of Rome’s Speech

For the full text and the special Urbi et Orbi blessing for the world at this time of the Coronavirus Pandemic click here

Prayer Resources for Adults and Children


Quiet Space

What: Time to reflect, pray and worship God in a guided but quiet way

When: 8.00pm on the last Tuesday of the month

Where: This event is virtual – please contact our Lay Reader, Gill Hollis, on 01543 432107


‘Our prayers may be awkward; our attempts may be feeble; but since the power of prayer is in the One who hears it and not in the one who says it, our prayers do make a difference’ – Max Lucado