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Prayer & Worship


Prayer is listening to and talking with God. It is about an ever deepening relationship with God.

Why do we pray?

God has taught us to pray in the Bible. Prayer is an important part of a Christian's life enabling us to get closer to God, and to find a greater sense of God's purposes for our lives. Many exciting things have happened in churches and communities when prayer has been central.

How do we pray?

As a child you may have been taught to close your eyes and put your hands together but these are not essential. The beauty of prayer is that you can do it any place at any time.

Prayers can have many aspects but these are the most common:

Adoration. Praising God for who he is.

Confession. Asking forgiveness for the wrong things we have done and the right things we have failed to do, and recognising the collective failures present in our world.

                        Thanksgiving. Expressing gratitude for the many good gifts                          that we receive each day that enrich our lives.

                        Supplication. Praying for others, for our nation, for other                            countries and for ourselves that God may guide and lead.

                         Prayer can take place privately or with family and friends.                          Some meet regularly with two other people in a prayer triplet.                            Churches will not only pray in services but in house                            groups, church meetings and on other occasions.

                            Written prayers can be used but prayer in Baptist                               churches is often improvised. Prayers can be said out                                  loud or silently.

What we believe

1  That our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, God manifest in the flesh, is the sole and absolute authority in all matters pertaining to faith and practice, as revealed in the Holy Scriptures, and that each Church has liberty, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, to interpret and administer His laws.

2  That Christian Baptism is the immersion in water into the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, of those who have professed repentance towards God and faith in our Lord Jesus Christ who 'died for our sins according to the Scriptures; was buried, and rose again the third day'.

3  That it is the duty of every disciple to bear personal witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and to take part in the evangelisation of the world.