Morning Prayer 

Join us every weekday morning on the Warfield Church Facebook page for Morning Prayer.

Normally we meet in St Michael’s Church for Morning prayer at 9am every day, Monday to Friday, and all are welcome. During this season there will be someone in church praying at 9am each day, for as long as we are able, and we will stream to the Facebook page. Our physical presence in church is a symbol and statement that the prayer life of the church continues, and the streaming means that lots more people can join in. We hope that it will encourage you and help to sustain you. 

To access the live stream of morning prayer, you need to go to the Warfield Church Facebook page. Even if you don't have or don't want a Facebook account, the Warfield Church Facebook page is public and anyone can access it, with or without an account, so you should still be able to access this page. If you’re not able to join in at 9am, the video remains there, and so you could take 25 minutes out later in the day to join in this daily prayer. 

We use a simple structure for morning prayer, including some set prayer that we use every day. If you would like to see the words for these so that you can join in, you can find them here.

Every day we read three passages from the Bible. We know that some people might find it helpful to find these passages in advance and mark them up so that they can follow along with the words. Each week we will try to post the readings for the week ahead below. 

Bible Readings for week beginning 29th March:

Monday 30th March
        - Psalm 30
        - Exodus 8:1-19
        - Hebrews 11:17-31

Tuesday 31st March
        - Psalm 36
        - Exodus 8:20-end
        - Hebrews 11:32 - 12:2

Wednesday 1st April
        - Psalm 34
        - Exodus 9:1-12                         
        - Hebrews 12:3-13
Thursday 2nd April
        - Psalm 37
        - Exodus 9:13-end
        - Hebrews 12:14-end

Friday 3rd April
        - Psalm 31
        - Exodus 10:1-29
        - Hebrews 13:1-16

Another way to find the readings would be to download the Church of England Lectionary App which has a free 14 day trial and then a modest subscription fee.


IT Operations, 19/03/2020