Listening to God. Praying to the tune of God's heartbeat.
We want to continue to pray in tune with God's heartbeat - in unity as individuals, in our Life Groups and in other pairings. This page is regularly updated to help us all stay in tune and for each of us to maintain a healthy heartbeat.
Do you want to voice your prayer to God alongside other people? We experience more of God's power when we join together in this way. Use our Prayer Wall
to share your prayer and say AMEN with others.
Read real life stories from individuals who have experienced God at work in their lives.
I can clearly recall seeing God at work a few years ago when my son and his family went through some months of severe testing and trials. It started with a flash flood, when a storm drain overflowed and flooded their house. My daughter-in-law was nine month's pregnant at the time. They had to leave their house in Caterham and moved into temporary accommodation - the Holiday Inn in Croydon also with two young children aged five and three, plus dog etc. Then four days later, my daughter-in-law's father had a cardiac arrest and died at the family home. A week or so later, the baby was born, just a couple of days before his grandfather's funeral. The family soon moved into unfurnished temporary accommodation, and we helped out as much as possible. When my little grandson was six weeks old, his mum saw something was not right and rushed him to the doctor's. The doctor diagnosed sepsis, mum and baby were rushed to East Surrey Hospital. I requested urgent prayer from the church and spent the night in prayer. It was touch and go whether my grandson would survive. Praise the Lord, after 5 days in intensive care and a diagnosis of e-coli, the baby was discharged. Although only a few weeks old, he has suffered no ill effects and is now a fit and healthy four year old. Praise God!
If you have an uplifting testimony that you would like to share, please email it to us
Churches Together in Purley & Kenley
is a group of thirteen churches in the south of Croydon who work, worship and proclaim the Gospel together, seeking new ways to deepen our communion with Christ and with one another. The activities are coordinated by a team of volunteers from the constituent churches and partner organisations. Today, let us pray for:
the ministers as they navigate their way through easing of restrictions and caring for their congregations at this tough time
the work of CAP and the Food Hub
that Renew 23 will be able to meet again soon.