Prayer Life

We would like to pray for you!

Prayer is basically conversation with God


Jesus encouraged each of us to pray to God the Father in His name,and you can do that right now where you are and He will hear you.

God has created mankind so that we naturally hunger for a relationship with Him.

Prayer is communication with a real God. It is our response to Him. It is basically talking with and listening to God, expressing our heart and spending time with Him. It is not a one way activity. God speaks, we listen, we speak and God listens to our hearts.

Prayer nurtures our relationship with God, and must precede and accompany all we seek to do for Him as a church and as individuals. We are dependent on Him

Prayer Ministry Team

Prayer Ministry is about ministering to others through prayer. Please contact our Leadership Team for further information.

Prayer at 12 – After our Sunday Service

This ministry is for anyone who needs physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual healing. If you would like prayer for healing, or any other issue that concerns you, please come to the Business Enterprise Centre at 12 o’clock, after our Sunday Service. We have seen many answered prayers, and we would love to pray with you.
Please contact our Leadership Team for further information.


Prayer & Praise at The Phoenix

Time devoted to prayer has become increasingly squeezed out of our busy schedules, due to the sheer pressure of all the distractions imposed by our hi-tech culture. The first disciples saw their Master Jesus in prayer and said to Him, “Lord, teach us to pray” …Let us, His 21st Century disciples, ask Jesus afresh to teach us how to pray, keeping in mind that the Bible says “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever”.

To encourage prayer, on the last Sunday of the month, 7 – 8 pm, we meet at The Phoenix Club, Forest Community School, Comptons Lane, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 5NW.


Alternatively, let us know what you would like us to pray about using this web form.
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