Monday mornings during the school term from 8.30 – 9.30am in the church house.
One of the best ways to learn to pray is to spend time with praying people. Everyone is most welcome to join us for prayer on Monday morning – no experience necessary! We gather in the church house to pray for the needs of those within and beyond the church community. You can also make prayer needs/requests known through the church office: email@example.com
A little more about prayer and why we love to pray!
All the growth that has taken place at TUC (either corporate or individual) has emerged from prayer. We believe that God calls us into a vital partnership (where he is the Senior Partner) that requires us to line ourselves up with his plans and purposes rather than enlisting his help with our plans. The more we pray, the better we learn to pray, the better calibrated we will be to God’s agenda and the more useful we might be in his hands. There is good precedent for this both biblically and historically. The church was born in a non-stop ten day prayer meeting (see Acts chapters 1 & 2) and whenever Christians have committed to this in the last 2000 years (more often than you might think), God has led and blessed his people.