Community Prayers

The resident community at Scargill maintains a daily rhythm of prayer.

If you would like to join with us in the readings we are using for community prayers, you can see them below…

Wednesday Evening Prayer from Scargill Chapel

You are warmly invited to join the Community for Evening Prayer on Wednesdays at 4:30pm from Scargill Chapel. They will be opportunities to offer prayers for our nation and the world as we live through these difficult and disorientating times. We’d love you to join us.

You can join the live streams from about 4:20pm and prayers will start at 4:30pm. To view a stream, click on the triangular play symbol in the middle of the appropriate video player. Once the stream has started you can view in full screen by clicking on the square in the bottom right corner of the video player. To exit full screen, press this button again or the ESC key.

If you would like to join in the chat conversation during a stream, press the YouTube button in the bottom right corner of the video player and you will be taken to the YouTube website where you can watch the stream and chat. You can add people and situations that you want to particularly pray for here, but do remember that this is publicly available so just use first names, etc.

Wednesday 8th February

Use the video player above to join us for Evening Prayer in the Chapel at Scargill on Wednesday 8th February – the service will start at 4:30pm and you can join the live stream from 4:20pm.

Wednesday 1st February

If you are unable to join us at 4:30pm on Wednesdays, you can watch any time afterwards and pray with us then. You can use the video player above to join in the latest streamed Evening Prayer.

You can also listen to some of our Morning Prayers and Sunday talks below…

Matthew played two songs during his prayers: 6/10 by Dodie and Me by Taylor Swift
Jacob opened his morning prayer with JS Bach Prelude in C (played by Lang Lang) and closed with ‘On Jordan’s Stormy Banks’ by Jars of Clay
Todays reading is Luke 2: 22-35
Alison used a version of Psalm 103 sung by Esther Mui
Matt used this video to illustrate his prayers and The Blood by Bethel Music to end with.