Prayer

Mobilising Prayer

Prayer is the powerhouse of the church. When people pray – things happen!

We must take seriously the call to engage in corporate prayer and to pray for one another. In the Bible we find the first Christians praying together in unity and with passion, crying out to God. As a result, remarkable things happened (Acts 1:14, 4:24 and 12:5).

GEAR promotes and resources prayer through…

  • Prayer Network – a nationwide community of intercessors
  • Power Points – a prayer guide distributed with the In GEAR magazine.

 

Prayer Network

Richard Turnbull co-ordinates GEAR’s prayer communication, including the Prayer Network.

The prayer network enables intercessors to seek revelation and guidance and to wrestle in prayer for GEAR and for the URC.

If you are interested in joining the prayer network, please send an email to prayer@gear.org.uk.

 

Pray The Way

We have launched a dedicated website to encourage and resource prayer in connection with the URC’s ‘Walking The Way’ initiative. Here’s the link:

www.praytheway.org.uk

Power Points

The Power Points prayer diary is produced three times a year and is distributed with the In GEAR magazine. Suggestions and requests for inclusion in the next edition of Power Points can be made by email to prayer@gear.org.uk.

Click here to download the full version of current edition of PowerPoints.

 

Prayer – PowerPoints

Requests for week beginning Sunday 11 November 2018
  • Please pray for this special remembrance Sunday marking 100 years from the end of World War One. Pray for Remembrance Services and community events across the country and for ongoing efforts for peace in the many wars across the world.
  • Please pray for growth in effective evangelism through the synod mission enablers meeting together from 14-15 Nov.
  • Please pray for plans to mark the Jubilee of the URC in 2022
  • Mission Council meeting from 16 to 18 November, at Swanwick. Major items for discussion include a wide ranging review of children's and youth work around the URC, safeguarding - learning from the past case review, education for discipleship, and the new Stepwise programme a new pattern of ministry - NSM Model 4, strategic direction in the URC and financial planning for 2019.