Pastoral care and prayer

Pastoral care

The Parish Directory is available for all parishioners willing to provide their names, phone and (if appropriate) email details for other parishioners to keep in touch with them. The listings cover 31 days, so the directory serves also as a daily prayer diary for the folk listed.

Parishioners can opt in to the church Prayer Chain (by phone or email) in order to pray for parishioners who are in particular need or who request prayer. If you would like to join the Prayer Chain, or if you are in need of prayer, contact Sophie at the church office.

A number of parishioners, and the clergy, conduct hospital visitation and visit shut-ins and former parishioners in their homes.

Members of Bible study groups and home groups are responsible for pastorally caring for one another.


Prayers of intercession are an important part of each of our Sunday services. As well, someone will always be available to pray with you individually after any one of the Sunday services.

For urgent prayer requests, contact Rev Karl Przywala If you would like your prayer request to go on the church Prayer Chain, contact Sophie at the church office.

For personal prayer, you may find the free mobile PrayerMate app helpful. PrayerMate helps you organise your prayer life so you can focus on the things that matter. 

Build a daily prayer habit

PrayerMate keeps track of what you’re praying for, so you never forget to pray for the people and causes you care about. Our daily reminders help keep you on track.

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