Prayer Meetings running in our area between 10th May and 20th May
To Be Announced
Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.
Thy kingdom come, thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread.
And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.
And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil:
For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever.
(Matthew 6:9-13 KJV)

A Prayer for Redhill

Thank you Lord that you love Redhill and the people who live here with an everlasting love. You see the beauty of your creation in Redhill and it touches your heart to desire rich blessing for the area. Thank you that those who give their lives to you in Redhill are more than conquerors in Christ and that you desire them, and the town of Redhill to be a blessing to many.
We pray for Redhill and those that live here: abundant life, healing, wholeness, unity, prosperity, dignity, miracles, honour, generosity of spirit, a love for the land, righteousness & justice, peace, joy, favour, fruitfulness, harvest, beauty and a heart to praise you in all things.
Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement, which invites Christians around the world to pray between Ascension and Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus Christ. What started out as an invitation from the Archbishops' of Canterbury and York in 2016 to the Church of England has grown into an international and ecumenical call to prayer.
The hope is that:
  • people will commit to pray with God's world-wide family - as a church, individually or as a family;
  • churches will hold prayer events, such as 24-7 prayer, prayer stations and prayer walks, across the UK and in other parts of the world;
  • people will be empowered through prayer by the Holy Spirit, finding new confidence to be witnesses for Jesus Christ.

Southwark Diocese of the Church of England are collecting testimonies to encourage people

"In the run-up to and throughout the Nine Days our social media manager will be sharing people's stories and thoughts on prayer, pictures of their prayer spaces and anything else prayer-related they want to talk about! People will find these on Twitter @SouthwarkCofE or on Facebook at and we encourage everyone to like or share these, or tag @SouthwarkCofE in their own tweets so we can retweet them.

We're also hoping to get a few pioneers to send us their quotes (and a portrait image of themselves), so we can create a picture quote and tweet this out directly from @SouthwarkCofE. The idea is that these tweets will encourage others to share their own thoughts. We've got some senior clergy from the Diocese lined up to do this already (including all the bishops, who are very positive about the project) but it would be nice to hear from a wide range of people."