|Prayers for Healing and Prayer
Breakfasts - 2020
You might like to use the following prayer.
Write your name, O Lord, upon my heart, there to remain so indelibly engraved,
that no prosperity, no adversity shall ever move me from your love.
Be to me a strong tower of defence, a comforter in tribulation, a deliverer in
distress, a very present help in trouble, and a guide to heaven through the
many temptations and dangers of this life.
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|Ignatian Evenings have been cancelled for this year -
|Ignatian prayer is imaginative, reflective, and personal. St. Ignatius Loyola encouraged
people to develop an intimate relationship with a God who loves them and desires the best
for them. St. Ignatius trusted human desires. He believed that our deepest desire is to
return God’s love. St. Ignatius also trusted feelings. He believed that feelings of joy and
sorrow, peace and distress, were important indicators of the path toward fruitful decisions
and deeper union with God.
|Sundays with Prayers for Healing in 2020
|10:00 am Morning Services
First and Third Sundays of the Month
Dates to be confirmed
|Saturday 11th January
Saturday 8th February
Saturday 14th March
Saturday 11th April
Saturday 9th May
Saturday 13th June
Saturday 11th July
Saturday 12th September
Saturday 10th October
Saturday 14th November
|Dates for Prayer Breakfasts 2020
|We hold a Prayer Breakfast every month (except August) - They start at 09:00 am
and last about an hour depending on peoples needs. Prayers and praying may be
done in groups or on your own and spoken or silent to suit your needs.
There is no charge for breakfast - donations towards the cost of breakfast are
welcomed but not mandatory.
People from all denominations and walks of life are welcome to join us
|Services and Meetings are suspended until further notice