Prayer Ministry

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The Legacurry Prayer Chain

As Christians,  it’s essential that every aspect of our work and influence is underpinned by prayer.  In Legacurry, we aim to achieve this in a whole variety of ways such as our prayer meetings, our prayer ministry team, our prayer triplets and our prayer chain

The Legacurry Prayer Chain is an opportunity to prayerfully support the work of our congregation, it’s people, our local community and the wider world.

The Prayer Chain is simply a group of people who have agreed to receive prayer requests via text message and/or email.  They have made a commitment to pray for these requests in private, and to follow certain guidelines in relation to confidentiality and consent.  The requests are currently forwarded to and circulated by Doris Dickison and Susan Rodgers.

Prayer chain members are not asked to attend additional meetings, but simply commit to pray for a variety of needs and situations as and when they arise.  There are times when there is a lot of activity on the prayer chain and other times when it is quieter.

We believe that God does hear and answer prayer, and we know that the support of the prayer chain has been very meaningful for many within the congregation and much further afield.

If you feel that you would like to support the work of the congregation in this way, and would like to join the prayer chain, we would warmly welcome you as part of the team. Please speak with the Rev. Bobby Liddle, Doris Dickison or one of the elders to find out how to sign up.

If you would like to request prayer for yourself or for a specific situation, again just have a chat with Bobby, Doris or one of the elders.  If you are requesting prayer for another person we would encourage you to seek their consent for this, and would assure you that we do endeavour to offer confidentiality.

If at any time you would like to take a break from the chain, that is fine.  You can let Doris know and she will remove your name until you ask to be added again.

Thank you.