Many of us are struggling with a heavy sadness at the moment. This video, and the other resources below lead us through pointing this sadness in a Godwards direction. Download the video for use in a service or at an online event.
Thank you for praying this year – see you in 2021!
Rev David McDougall, Rector of St Mary’s Bletchley wrote to us with a prayer he had written during his hour in the PrayMK Virtual Prayer Room. He’s given us permission to share it here. Heavenly Father,We love our City, we enjoy its people, space, vibe, energy, growth, diversity, creativity and its incredible dynamism.You have called Read More
We were really excited last month to hear from Mike Wittle about his prayer life during lockdown. We’ll let him take it from here: My name is Mike, I put my faith in Jesus back in 1973 and currently worship at St Mary’s Church, Bletchley. I’m married, have 3 children and 7 Grandchildren. I’ve been Read More
The labyrinth is an ancient way of prayer. Walking a labyrinth is like taking a tiny pilgrimage that we walk alone with God. It can be an intensely relaxing and releasing experience. It can also be challenging. We have made a short video, showing you how to make your own labyrinth. Have you got a Read More
A prayer activity for all ages! You will need: – Paper, pens – love-heart shapes or love-heart Post-it notes Instructions: Fear can feel HUGE and overwhelming. If you want to, you can write your fears about the coronavirus disease or anything else on to a piece of paper. But then, you can stick love-heart shapes Read More
Are you afraid? You’re not alone. Perhaps we’re afraid for our children returning to school, or for our elderly neighbours and relatives, our friends. We’re afraid of a ‘second spike.’ Perhaps we are afraid of the decisions we have to make or those that are out of our hands. Perhaps being afraid and vigilant came Read More
God of Comfort, Peace and Justice, you are a God of Ease and not of Control. As lockdown restrictions lift in the UK, help us to be sensible and also to be gracious. As we mix more in shops, on public transport, in our homes or gardens, please teach us how to keep safe in Read More
You will need:– any kind of container (a box or a jar) with a lid– some paper– pens or pencils Instructions:– Label the container ‘Worry Box.’– Tear or cut off a piece of paper and write or draw the things you are worried about on it. You can do as many as you like. – Read More
Last month all over media and social media we have been seeing horrific acts of violence fuelled by racism. Some of us have been subject to racism our whole lives and some of us are reading and hearing and seeing and talking about racism for the first time. Some of us are feeling ashamed as Read More