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“Go Before Us…”

July 2nd, 2020 by Miles Tradewell

“Go Before Us…” Day of Prayer – 12th July As we look ahead, so much is unclear. As individuals and as a church, there’s a lot of uncertainty. Despite this, we long to be a church that steps forward in faith, trusting God and looking to him to guide us. On Sunday 12th July, we’ve… Read more

Lansdowne Church Prayer Line

May 19th, 2020 by Doug McGinn

It is recognised that in this increasingly uncertain environment the need for the church family to support one another in prayer is as important now as it ever was. Consequently, Lansdowne Church has set up a Prayer Line where request for prayer can be addressed. If you have a particular need for prayer, then please… Read more

Prayer Emphasis Week – April 2020

April 3rd, 2020 by Miles Tradewell

I’m sure you’ll agree that we’re living through unsettling times. All the usual rhythms of life, including church life, have had to adjust to this shifting situation. At Lansdowne, we’ve had to press pause on many of the events and activities we had planned, but one thing that we can continue to do is pray…. Read more

Immeasurably More- A fortnight of prayer: 1-14 September

August 12th, 2019 by Laura Wood

  Each day we’ll be focusing on the prayers of Paul. Each morning there’ll be a short video focusing on a passage from Paul’s letters (see below, updated daily), to shape our praying, and we’ll be meeting formally and informally across the fortnight to share food together and pray. September 1st marks the beginning of… Read more

Building Prayer

January 9th, 2019 by Laura Wood

Work is now progressing planning the new start on the building after the recent delays. This is a very exciting and demanding time for this project and we see a real need to seek God’s guidance and blessing upon all aspects from Finance to planning and ultimate completion of this project. Therefore, Bev Savage and Graham Lawrence have been asked by the Elders to lead a regular prayer meeting …. Read more

We Paused For Prayer

September 13th, 2018 by Laura Wood

  During the last few weeks we’ve been setting aside time to pray. When you read about the ministry of Jesus in the gospels, you’ll see just how important it is that we regularly “pause to pray.” Throughout the fortnight we’ve reflected together on our vision as a church: “To worship and delight in God,… Read more

Pause for Prayer: Global Mission Prayer 5 September

August 29th, 2018 by Laura Wood

“Why is this evening significant?  Because just under one thousand of the world’s unreached people groups are to be found in Africa.  Come and engage during the evening and have your horizons on Africa enriched.”  Colin Mitchell   Luke Herrin is Africa Inland Mission’s International Director and comes from California. He is a medical doctor… Read more

Reflection on our last Season of Prayer

August 24th, 2018 by Laura Wood

Earlier in the year we set aside time to pray, reflect and talk together about how God might be leading us as a church. Many of the themes that we reflected on throughout the Season of Prayer are essential for a healthy church. It is important for us to be reminded of these things on… Read more

P a u s e for Prayer 3-15 September

August 21st, 2018 by Laura Wood

  When things get busy, how do you react? Write a list, delegate, or just bury your head in the sand? In Luke 5 we witness how Jesus responds. “…the report of his power spread even faster, and vast crowds came to hear him preach and to be healed of their diseases. But Jesus often withdrew… Read more

Vision Prayer Meeting: 19 May

May 9th, 2018 by Laura Wood

During our season of vision and giving it’s essential that we set aside time to pray. Jesus reminds his disciples, “apart from me you can do nothing” (John 15:5), and this is still true today. As we raise funding to support Mike Smailes, contemplate our priorities in mission, and determine the next steps for our… Read more

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