Praying at Home

If a relationship is to flourish there needs to be good communication. This is certainly true when it comes to our relationship with God. Prayer is the foundation of our daily relationship with God.

There are all sorts of different ways to pray

  • simply speaking as you would to a friend talking about your day, your worries, hopes and joys
  • using formal liturgies and orders of service
  • meditating on Scripture

Some will find speaking freely works best for them, others will find that hard and will use pre-written prayers to give them some structure. Different things work for different people so try out something new to see if that works for you

We have put together a number of resources to aid prayer at home whilst we are no longer able to gather. They can be downloaded by clicking on the images below, if you’d like a hard copy or know someone who would like one please let us know.

If you would like us to pray for you or someone you know then please drop us a message on Facebook or Twitter @magormin or send an email to prayers@magorministryarea.org.uk. All prayer requests will be treated in confidence.

Services for use at home

Our booklet of services for Lent and Easter. It includes morning prayer for Lent, Holy Week and Easter (up until Pentecost) and an order of service for Compline (night prayer) which is suitable for the same period.

Eucharist service

For use in following along with the Eucharist when it is broadcast.

All-Age Eucharist Service

For use in following along with our All-Age Eucharist when it is broadcast.

Funeral – for those unable to attend

During the current pandemic numbers attending funerals have been strictly limited. If you’re unable to attend it is hoped that this order of service, which you could use whilst the funeral is happening or at another time, will help you to remember your loved one and entrust them into God’s hands.