The prayer wall is an interactive way that you can request prayer or intercede and pray for others. All the information you provide is confidential and optional.
Each prayer request will be received and moderated so if you don't see your request, please refresh the page. Click "I Prayed" to add your prayers to the visual counter.
There is a security question to ensure the system isn't abused - the answer to the question is 2.5. You'll see a green tick if everything's gone through as it should!
"Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God." Philippians 4:6 Take time to pray in this season of uncertainty - this may be as an individual, with those you live with, on your corps or centre Facebook group or on the Prayer Wall below.
Here are some topics to help guide your prayer time.
1. Thank God for His infinite mercy, grace and power; praying the words of assurance found in Psalm 93; Psalm 63: 1 – 8; Psalm 103 etc
2. Pray for the effective action around the world to stop the spread of COVID-19; praying for leaders of nations and communities; government leaders and others for their sustained wisdom and action at this time
3. Pray for success for the scientists who are working to develop a vaccine for the virus
4. Pray for all medical professionals who are stretched beyond capacity to respond to the growing need for medical care; praying for their families who will be anxious at this time
5. Pray for people who are suffering anxiety; loss of employment; uncertain futures financially
6. Pray for the emergency respondents actively working to keep people safe; their coordinated efforts
7. Pray in turn for various people groups; e.g. our children and our youth, the elderly, parents and guardians, business leaders and owners, those now unemployed or facing unemployment, teachers & all educational providers, church leaders, separated family members, the homeless, new migrants, mayors and councillors, members of parliament and community leaders
8. Pray for the most vulnerable countries in this world where hardship, poverty, displacement and disease means that death is always a daily threat
9. Pray for the ongoing joining together of our neighbourhoods and communities, so that we move out of this experience with greater community well-being
10. Pray against the increasing incidents of family violence and substance abuse that is occurring in these stressful times
11. Pray for Christ’s Kingdom to come – as it is in Heaven, let it be on earth