Useful prayer links
Some useful links to prayer and other resources about Jesus and Christianity are given below.
Links to prayer resources
Many people have found out door spaces and gardens to be special places.
to go to the Quiet Gardens Trust website for some quiet time, some prayer and meditation, in a virtual garden (or two).
is what it sounds like. A website for "those who don't do church" but want to try praying. Perhaps you already do in moments of need and want to find out more?
https://www.churchofengland.org the prayer and worship section has a Daily Prayer app and information on Learning to Pray
https://www.northumbriacommunity.org this is a diverse worldwide Christian community discovering and living a new monastic spirituality. The site invites you to "Join us in our daily prayer". Common Ground Guildford use some of the Northumbria Community's material.
http://methodist.org.uk has a section on prayer and worship including Daily Prayer, Creative Prayer
the reflections section of this site provides words and pictures to help you reflect and pray. There are also ideas about how to pray for Guildford in prayer and how to prayer walk. You might also want to find out about pilgrimage.
Find out about Christianity
You may also be interested in the resources in
https://christianity.org.uk the ecumenical christian website from Churches Together
rejesus.co.uk which explores the life of Jesus, his character and followers. It includes material on spirituality.
Going deeper with God, other websites and sources
There are a number of sites run by dispersed communities and/or which aim to encourage individuals seeking to pray and "go deeper with God". These include:
https://hiddenhousesofprayer.wordpress.com which is aimed at people in their own homes
https://contemplativefire.org a dispersed community
Hopeweavers are a dispersed community with a focus on the creative arts and crafts who offer sanctuary space and resources for individuals and groups who seek silence and stillness as part of a Christian faith journey. See www.hopeweavers.co.uk for more information, including their photographic prayercards.
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