Prayer is for everyone, it is simply communicating with God, by listening and talking to Him. We can do this in our own way, in silence, spontaneously, in our own words or through prepared prayers, Psalms and even through hymns.
Paul says in a letter to Ephesians:
"And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep praying for all the saints."  (Eph 6:18)

Daily Prayer in the Chet Valley Churches

We have Morning Prayer each day except Sunday starting at 9 a.m.
The service lasts about twenty minutes and it takes place on:

MONDAY           at  St John's, Loddon (winter) & Holy Trinity, Loddon (summer)

TUESDAY         at  St Margaret's, Hardley

WEDNESDAY    at  All Saints, Chedgrave

THURSDAY       at  St John's, Loddon (winter) & Holy Trinity, Loddon (summer)

FRIDAY            at  St. Mary's, Sisland

SATURDAY       at   All Saints, Chedgrave

Prayer Chain
This is prayer for urgent needs that will be shared confidentially with Prayer Chain participants. For more information contact Ros Hoffmann (Phone 01508 548200 or e mail:
Time for Prayer & Space for Reflection
Every Tuesday at 7pm at St. Johns, and on the third Tuesday of the month it is a service of Communion wirth prayers for Wholeness & Healing


Prayer Ministry

This involves prayer with the laying on of hands, either for healing, difficulties or prayer for loved ones. This is something we want to develop more within the benefice, as a trained ministry team are available at the services. This will be announced as and when there is prayer ministry available. Please ask the service leader if you want personal prayer at any service.
Prayer Space
The Churches are usually open daily from early morning to dusk and anyone is welcome to come in to pray.
The side Chapel in Holy Trinity, Loddon is a place for private prayer. Please feel free to spend time in quiet and put your requests on the prayer board.

The Psalmist said:

"He will call upon me, and I will answer him: I will be with him in trouble, I will deliver him and I will honour him." ( Ps 91:15)