Nine Days of Prayer

The text 'Nine days of prayer' with the Church of England and Thy Kingdom Come logos

This year, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York are inviting the whole Church to pray in the week leading up to Pentecost for engagement in evangelism. The Archbishops wrote to every serving parish priest in the Church of England: ‘we long to see a great wave of prayer across our land, throughout the Church of England and many other Churches.’

A poster presenting information about the Nine Days of Prayer at St Michael's Church

Friday 6th – Saturday 14th May

Every day for nine days:
• A striking piece of art by Adam Boulter will be on display in church with a prayer guide for individual use.
• There will be prayer stations in St Catherine’s chapel based on The Lord’s Prayer for individual use.
• ‘Conversations at the crossroads’ A booklet including the artwork of Adam Boulter, a bible passage and prayer response. This can be used privately at home or in church.

Mon 9th -Fri 13th May

in St Catherine’s chapel

• Join us for Midday prayers 12.00-12.30pm using the ‘Conversations at the crossroads’ booklet .
• Join us for the short service of Compline at 9pm in church each evening.
• Join us on Thursday 12th May 7.45pm-8.45pm to use the booklet and pray especially for children far and near.Followed by Compline at 9pm.

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