For a resource for prayer, and devotion, in a pastoral setting, click here.
First, unclench your fists.
Christian prayer, inspired by the Holy Spirit, is a participation in the prayer of Jesus Christ to the Father. Prayer is at the very centre of the life of Saint Peter’s. The whole liturgical and pastoral life of the Parish happens within the context of prayer. The liturgical life always involves prayer for the Holy Spirit, to make Jesus Christ himself present in Christian worship. The pastoral life always involves prayer for God to bring wholeness to the individual or situation. The Apostle Paul entreats the people of God to 'rejoice always' and to 'pray without ceasing'. At Saint Peter's, in addition to the private prayer lives of every individual Christian, our corporate prayer life includes both a private prayer circle and a public prayer ministry and life at Saint Peter's. Saint Peter's is committed to pray for you, at your request. If you would like us to pray for you, or for your situation, please contact Margaret Braddon, prayer ministry coordinator, via email on email@example.com.
More information on prayer can be found here.
The daily office
Anglicans throughout the world practice the daily office, a cycle of daily prayer. If you would like to incorporate the daily office into your own private devotions, you can find morning, evening and compline prayers here.