Prayer


We believe in the power of God through prayer. 

Why? 

Because God Himself has invited us to pray, and He’s also promised to give us mercy and grace to help us in our time of need each time we pray (Hebrews 4:16).

 

At Centenary Baptist we use prayer in our services, small groups and specific prayer ministries. 

 

Let us then approach God’s throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need (Hebrews 4:16 NIV)


A Prayerful Church

We recognise that in all things we are dependent on our heavenly Father.
At Centenary Baptist we desire to be a prayerful church. Prayer is a vital ingredient in our corporate worship, of our small groups and in all our various ministries. In addition we also have several specific prayer ministries.


Opportunities to meet for prayer online (in lieu of the below published times) can be found here.

 

Sunday Mornings, 8:45am - 9:15am (Suspended due to Covid-19)

We meet each Sunday before morning worship for a time of corporate prayer. This meeting is held in a room behind the auditorium.


Wednesday Evenings 7:30pm – 8:30pm (Suspended due to Covid-19)

On the third Wednesday of each month we gather in the auditorium for a time of congregational prayer.

 

Home Group meetings

The opportunity to prayer together is also provided at our various home group meetings.


Prayer Network

Within the church there are people who set time aside for specific prayer as requested.

If you would like this group of faithful men and women to pray with or for you concerning a particular issue then please let us know.  

 

If you have a particular prayer need that emerges from your life or from something you have been moved by in the worship service, someone is always available after the service to pray with you confidentially.

 

In addition, anyone from our Sunday Service welcome team and leadership team can put you in touch with our prayer ministry leader Alan Roberts.

  

Would you like to join the prayer network?  Please contact Alan Roberts for details.