Our Prayers

Holding Hands

Please pray for our work and ministry

Please would you continue to pray for the children and families who are being supported in our Children's Centres and elsewhere. Would you pray also for others under our care, families who are disadvantaged or struggling to cope with their difficulties and children and young people who carry emotional burdens or heavy responsibilities as well as those who have been, or are, at significant risk of harm or exploitation.
Would you pray also for Spurgeons colleagues and volunteers providing essential services at this difficult time for us all, that the Lord would protect them, and keep them safe, as they go about their important work with such vulnerable children and their families.
A prayer for us all:
''Father God, I so want to take Jesus at His word, when He tells me: 'Do not worry about your life....' (Matthew 6:25-34), but I confess that I do worry and, today, I am worried.''
''Father God, when I pray, I am very good at 'casting all my care...' upon you (1 Peter 5:7), and while I so appreciate the opportunity I have to do so, I confess that I am not so good at 'being anxious for nothing...' (Philippians 4:6-7).''
''Father God, it is so easy to be a worrier. We live in a day where there is much fear and much to worry about, to be anxious over. But Jesus has told us not to worry, but 'to seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness' (Matthew 6:33), that is to seek His salvation, to live in obedience to Him and to share the Good News of His kingdom.''
''Father God, in faith today, I cast ALL my care upon you. Help me to trust you and not be anxious. And Father, give me opportunities today to speak your truth into troubled hearts and minds. For your glory, in Jesus' name.''
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Prayer requests

If you would like us to pray for you, in confidence, please email us at prayer@spurgeons.org. If you would like us to pray with you, please leave an email address and we will contact you.
''Let us therefore come boldly to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.''
(Hebrews 4:16, NKJV)

How you can help us


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tell others why children need support, and how together we help them


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"Faith goes up the stairs that love has built and looks out of the windows which hope has opened"

Charles Haddon Spurgeon


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