Prayer is central to all we do
and will become at St Luke's.
This page is meant to serve as
a Resource for anyone who wants to
spend more time in prayer.
If you have a resource that you'd like to share,
Start The Day With Prayer, 8:30am
Night Prayer, 9:00pm
Prayer is Central to all we do and will become at St. Luke's.
We want worship to be accessible and meaningful, simple but not superficial.
We pray together as a community daily throughout the week.
Each prayer session includes time allotted for quiet personal reflection, as well as a guided Bible reading.
Start the Day
Monday to Friday mornings we gather together in community and prayer.
For September we will follow a liturgy from the Iona Community.
You are welcome to download the prayer attached.
Sunday to Friday evenings we gather together in community to pray this shortened version of the Anglican Compline. You are always welcome to join us via Facebook Live.
The link below is for your use.
The Finger Labyrinth
A Finger Labyrinth is a beautiful way to engage in prayer and meditation. Using the labyrinth as a method to focus the mind and be one with God.
A Contemplative Way to Pray
Body Prayer can be a relaxing and peaceful way to still ourselves and enjoy the time we spend in conversation with God.
This Body Prayer inspired by Julian of Norwich is attached here for your enjoyment.
All Shall Be Well
A web based resource built to help you get through self isolation and social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic. Filled with stories, creative reflections, practical advice and an expert's guide to coping with lockdown, this resource is a message of hope from people who have lived in self isolation, either by choice or by force.
Recommended by Revd Annie McCabe
We All Pray in Different Ways
Prayers for Use During the Coronavirus Outbreak
Prayer can be difficult even in the best of times. This booklet is designed to help those who are struggling to find words at this difficult and stressful time.