Toton Churches

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The Power of Prayer

Prayer is a key part of the Christian faith, and is much more than us talking to God with a shopping list of wants. Prayer is answered, but if all we do is tell God what we have done and want, He doesn't get a chance to get a word in edgeways! Set a side time to listen as well as talk to God and prayer really does become something intimate and personal with God.

Prayer for the Nation

This month we will be focussing on 'Prayer for the Nation' an initiative launched by the Church of England and supported by Christians of all denominations across the UK. At 6pm every evening we encourage you to light a candle and pray for our country in this time of lockdown. If you would like some ideas for ways to pray you can download a printable prayer sheet here and learn more about the initiative here.

A message from our Prayer Team - November 5th 2020

As we enter this time of a second national lockdown our churches are no longer able to be open for regular services but individual churches are permitted to decide to open for times of personal prayer, subject to their Denominational guidance.

The Archbishops of Canterbury, York and London have issued an invitation to join in a call to pray for our nation and local communities during this time by taking time to fast in a way that is appropriate for you and to pray for our nation every Thursday for it's leaders, it's health and essential services and for all those who suffer.

As part of this St Peter's Church will be open from 10-11 am every Thursday from 12th November for private prayer during the lockdown period. May we all join with others to make this month of lockdown a month of prayer.

We will be following the government guidelines on social distancing, hand sanitiser is available and we ask that you wear a face covering in church unless you are exempt.

God bless,

Toton Churches Prayer Team

Regular Events - due to Covid-19 all of our corporate prayer events are suspended at present. Please see below our regular events which we hope to restart as soon as restrictions allow.

Throughout the year we offer various times for corporate prayer when we can gather as members of our churches to pray together for the differing ministries within the churches and the wider community. There is no obligation to pray out loud if that is not your style. 

Everyone is welcome at the following regular gatherings:

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Toton Churches Monthly Prayer Focus

A focus point for prayer, based on a verse of scripture, will be shared each month to enable us all to pray for the spiritual life and mission of Toton Churches when and where we are able. Please use the following prayer focus whenever you meet together or in your personal prayer times; and may we see God's power released in our churches and this community.  

Prayer Focus for November: Remembrance Day

God of justice and peace, we pray for those who have been injured or disabled through war. For those who have lost homes and security through conflict; for those who have lost loved relatives in wars; for those who face danger and take risks for peace; for all those, especially children, caught up in current conflicts; for refugees and all those in need of aid and other help. God of encouragement and Saviour of the despairing, comfort those who remember past sacrifices and guide us in building a just and peaceful community for all. 


Toton Churches Prayer Circle

People who commit to pray for people or issues of concern. Prayer requests remain confidential within the circle. Requests can be passed to the team by emailing, by contacting the Church Office  or  Gill Dann or Jeanne Page.