Time to Pray

“For me, prayer has always been a little bit of a quagmire. I’ve been used to throwing up quick prayers when I felt at the end of my tether, but I’ve struggled to have anything that was structured and consistent. Then Matthew invited me to be a part of Time to Pray. 

“Three times a week (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) there’s a gathering, all available online or in person on a Tuesday. These sessions provide a small moment in the day when we can pause and pray. They are guided by a leader and responder, using the Church of England’s free Time To Pray app, but also allow us to have a moment of intercession as well. 

“Although I can only make it to the Wednesday evening sessions due to work commitments, I find that this is a moment of structured pause in the middle of the week. It’s a moment outside of the Sunday service to be reconnected to the church, pray with others and bring myself back on track in my worship.”

– Gemma

If you’d like to find out more about Time To Pray, visit our website at whitkirkchurch.org.uk/prayers or join us in the church at 5.00 pm on a Tuesday.

A Walk on the WAG Side

This Wednesday 27 to Saturday 30 July 2022 at 7.00 pm
St Mary’s Church Whitkirk Community Centre

Come and join Whitkirk Arts Guild as they celebrate their Platinum Jubilee with a revue of 70 years of songs and scenes.

Find out more and book online at whitkirkartsguild.com/walk, or pick up a booking form in the Community Centre.

The Church family

For your prayers

The sick

  • Beryl Laverick
  • David Woodcock
  • Geoff Lidster
  • Ginny Camponi
  • Jeff Blowers
  • Lyn Perry
  • Roger Guy
  • Shane Simpson
  • Sharon Clarke
  • Tom Heaphy

Those in long-term care

  • George Brown
  • Jennifer Moad
  • Margaret Burton
  • Mary Metcalfe

Recently died

  • Tom Crossfield

Anniversary of death

  • Bob Hodgson
  • David Graham
  • Enid Hodgson