The main purpose of this site is to be a resource of contemporary and traditional prayers that are free for you to use either personally or as a leader of worship.
Be it seasonal prayers for Advent, Easter, Pentecost or Harvest, or opening/closing prayers for worship, prayers for peace, forgiveness, healing, creation and lots of other themes, hopefully you will find something suitable!
Check out the index of prayer themes
There are a range of small group Bible Study themes available to download, all of which are designed for ease of use, with plenty of background information and enough questions to keep the discussion going!
These are formatted as PDFs which can easily be printed off for your study group and permission is granted to do this, so you only need one copy per group. They cost from just £2.99 (or US$4.55) so are also very affordable! Check out all the Bible studies available
Prayers for wholeness encompass more than just broken bones, so there are prayers for repentance, love, healing of mind and body.
I bring to you my body,
muscle and sinew,
artery and vein.
bone and joint,
the miracle that is me.
I bring to you my brokenness,
and ask for healing,
freedom to be
the person I could be.
Are you someone who struggles to connect with God first think in the morning, when you are just that bit bleary-eyed, or in a hurry to leave the house for work?
Be thou my vision, Lord,
this day and every day,
the centre of my life,
the focus of my thoughts.
Be thou my wisdom, Lord,
the inspiration of my words,
in every situation,
Your Spirit my support.
Just spend a few moments quiety saying one or two of these prayers and allow the words to go with you through the day.
An eleven part Bible Study on a broadly Celtic-inspired theme of Faith and Creation, which you can look at online or click the printable version if you want to use it offline or with your local Bible Study group. Connexions Bible Study
The journey of faith, like that of life is often littered with stumbling blocks. Most Christians would probably admit to coming across the occasional pothole on their journey of faith, stumbling now and then, needing a little assistance, a hand to hold.
It can be helpful to think about these stumbling blocks and how they happen, in order that we might better help others who are struggling in their own journeys.
“The beginning of wisdom is found in doubting; by doubting we come to the question, and by seeking we may come upon the truth.” (Pierre Abelard)
Available as a pdf download for your small group Bible study, or for use by individuals.
Check out the Bible Study and download a sample study with this link
For more info on all the Bible studies available on the website, head to this page!
Ripples is all about engaging with the world in prayer, and is a collection of 300 contemporary prayers for personal use, or for those who lead worship in church.
Imagine throwing a pebble in a pond, and watching the ripples spread out over the surface of the water. So it can be with our prayers, which start with our own walk with God and spread out to encompass our fellow travellers throughout the world, along with their joys, concerns, and needs.
For those who walk
through this world
than in the days
when they were young,
may each step
be made lighter
and their joy be greater
for seeing beauty
in little things
that the hurrying pass by.
For more info, and sample prayers, head to this page!
Available as a paperback from Amazon where so far its got 5 star reviews!
Also available as a pdf for mobile devices (Kindle is just a nightmare for poems!) from the online shop
In this group of studies, we’re looking at four Old Testament women who have a common connection with King David; three (Michal, Abigail and Bathsheba were wives and the fourth, Tamar, was his daughter).
The stories of these four women are intertwined at times, and include other members of the extended family, some in a helpful role, others very definitely not!
It is possible to see them as stories that would fit nicely into the soap operas that form part of our TV viewing, and there is also great tragedy, violence, intrigue and betrayal to add to the mix - but then, this is the Old Testament!