Thykingdomcome: creative ways to pray at Holy Rood, Packington

COME AND PRAY: A TIME FOR SOUL SPACE

Holy Rood Church in Packington is open during the daytime so that anyone can come in for a time of quietness and prayer.

As part of Thy Kingdom Come, we have special 'stations' to help us pray in different ways. And each has a fun activity for all ages.

The first station reminds that God is a God of Light. The light that shone at God’s command at the start of creation is the same light that shines today, transforming lives.

The second station speaks to us of Shining Son Jesus. Light shone out from his death and resurrection.

'Shine in my family and friends': an encouragement to pray for people in our families and friendship groups.

And the last station is a place to pray that God's light will shine in my neighbourhood, country and world.

Come and try these ways of praying and may you know God's blessing and light.


2016
Webpage icon A Grand Night for Singing: October 7th - How it went
Webpage icon Welcome to Joanne Dyer
Webpage icon Normanton fete
Webpage icon May Ready Steady Stick
Webpage icon A new colleague is coming!
Webpage icon Royal Maundy service in Leicester
Webpage icon The Big Breakfast
Webpage icon Ready Steady Stick: The Easter event
Webpage icon A different start to the week
Webpage icon Carol singing at Normanton
Webpage icon Celebrating 10 years
Webpage icon Revd Neil Griffiths on placement
Webpage icon Harvest at Packington: October 2nd. How it went
Webpage icon The result of Autumn Bazaar and Coffee morning at Packington Church
Webpage icon Ready Steady Stick in October
Webpage icon Special visitors to Packington
Webpage icon Cathedral honour for Vivien
Webpage icon Packington Open Gardens: The Result
Webpage icon Ready Steady Stick- how the August event went
Webpage icon The Ready Steady Stick June event: how it went
Webpage icon Confirmation service on May 15th
Webpage icon Bishop Martyn's arrival
Webpage icon Prayer and party: How the weekend went
Webpage icon Ready Steady Stick goes to Jerusalem
Webpage icon Samara appeal - update