Prayer is central to all that we are and do at St Mary’s – we believe that God has called us to be a House of Prayer, which means giving ourselves to extraordinary prayer.
The Prayer Room is open for anyone to come and pray. Please feel able to use the Prayer Room at any time when Cafe Hope is open (9:15am-2:45pm).
Need urgent prayer? Send a prayer request or ask to join the prayer Network by e-mailing email@example.com.
We meet every Sunday at 10am to pray for the church's ministry and the Sunday services. Everyone is welcome to attend.
We meet on Sunday evenings at 6pm for Prayer Meetings.
Daily House of Prayer
We meet Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 9:05-9:30am to pray for the needs of the day and for the town. Wednesdays we meet at lunchtime for mid-day service.
• Monday (Prayer for children and youth ministry)
• Tuesday (Prayer for St Mary’s ministry)
* Wednesday (meet at 12 noon for
• Thursday (Prayer for Leaders at St Mary's)
Prayer is key to all we do. Prayer births revival, growth and freedom. Let's learn to pray and wait on God in a new way. Our prayers are powerful - let's do it! Every few months we meet together to have a an extended time of Prayer. Look out in the diary for these evenings.
Monthly Prayer gatherings in the Prayer Room
See weekly notice sheet for specific timings or call the Church office
Groups gather monthly to pray:
For the Persecuted Church
Foodbank on the first Tuesday of each month at 10:30am in the Prayer room
Parents Praying (for children & families) on the first wednesday of each month from 8-9pm in the Vicarage
24/7 Prayer Room
Part of our vision is to establish a constant night and day prayer centre here at St Mary’s that will be open to all Christians in Loughton to pray for revival in the town.
On the second Saturday of each month a group from St Mary's gather at 11am at the Church for an hour to prayer walk around Loughton town centre.