The Power of Prayer

Posted by Mrs Little on 20/05/21 at 01:23 PM

Usually our children come together in various Collective Worship assemblies throughout the week. Due to the ongoing restrictions, children have been doing worship time in their classrooms as well as joining a weekly ‘Google Meet’ assembly led by Mr Wright and watching a Clergy led assembly on Thursdays.

Whilst we are all missing being together, being separate has not stopped the children from exploring some key themes such as Stewardship; protecting and maintaining the environment, and praying for the effects of the Covid pandemic around the world, particularly India. Our children are very empathetic and sensitive and are always eager to pray for those less fortunate than themselves. Prayer in Collective Worship is also an opportunity to give thanks to God for the many blessings that we have. Often the class teacher will lead prayers but children are also encouraged to lead prayers, especially in the older years.

Please enjoy reading some of the prayers from different classes throughout the school. If you wish, you could pray along with us. Please also take some time to view our ‘Religious Education’ curriculum page to see some more prayers from the children within a new prayer letter. Thank you.

“Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Jesus Christ.” (1 Thessalonians 5:16 - 18)



The Power of Prayer
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