Church News

Christ Church London is about to embark on a significant new chapter. Find out more


"And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests." Ephesians 6:18


Paul wrote that we should ‘pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests’ (Ephesians 6:18). Sometimes it’s hard to know how to do that, and we can all benefit from help and set prayers that give voice to what we are going through. We are creating a library of ‘liturgies’ to help us think and pray through different situations and seasons. Each one will lead you through a process of reading passages of Scripture, thinking about how they apply to you, speaking out a prayer, and sharing with others what God is saying to you.

Further resources

Below you will find some of the resources we’ve produced, and others that we recommend. We hope these will help you to grow in prayer, both in groups with others and individually.

An Hour in Prayer


Recommended resources

Recommended talks

Delve deeper into prayer with the help of these teaching series.

Across the world, many Christians are sensing that this is an important season, in which God is awakening His church. At the start of this New Year, we want to respond to His call to awaken, by devoting ourselves to prayer, seeking His presence, and following Him wholeheartedly.

Prayer was so important to Jesus. It gave him wisdom, insight and deep relationship with God. If Jesus needed to pray, we certainly do! This series looks at Jesus’ prayer life – both what he prayed and how he prayed – so that we can learn to pray like Jesus.

The Lord’s Prayer

Lars Due-Christensen 14th July 2019

The Lord’s Prayer has been a helpful model that disciples have prayed for 2,000 years. In this talk, Lars considers what this prayer can teach us about God, and life in the Kingdom.


The Lord’s Prayer: A Daily Prayer

Tim Frisby

As part of our teaching series, The Sermon on the Mount, Lars spoke on The Lord’s Prayer and how praying this daily can be a powerful way to connect with God. Here is Tim Frisby’s personal version of the prayer, which you may want to use in your own devotional time.