Forgetting your place?

In a wired world, anyone can reach us anytime, anyplace.  We forget that we are embodied creatures, in need of places to meet that are more than virtual.  Even, and especially, with God – immortal, invisible – yet the Creator of myriad places for us to inhabit.  Who so loved the world he made that he came down to live in it.

In Lifepoint, we’ve made a place for prayer.

booking prayer room:

The Prayer Room is accessible whenever the Lifepoint building is open: during business hours Tuesday to Friday, and at many other times too.  To guarantee access outside business hours, you’ll want a key.  You can borrow one, for one-off or regular use, from Andrew: click here to get in touch.

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Is there a Room in Your Life for Prayer?

Our Prayer Room embodies our sense of the Lord our God. We lifted the ceiling, for our God is high and lifted up. We paneled a wall with wood, for our Lord was a carpenter. We installed a hearth, for the Spirit is warm and intimate. We brought in chairs and cushions, for to be in the presence of God is to be at home. We kept the floor in concrete, and polished it, for our God bids us watch and pray, but not to sleep.

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A Time to Weep and a Time to Laugh, a Time to Mourn and a Time to Dance

As the room was being prepared, we met in it to read Psalms and sing. The walls are suffused with Scripture, and the windows limned with song. Now it waits for you: for your lament and your cry of joy, for your brokenness and your exaltation, for your petition and your confession, for your silence and your song. If the building is open, the room is open too. A key sits above the closer.

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We meet from 10 to 11:30 at 61 Hopper Street. There is parking on site and on Hopper St, and welcomers will lead you to the auditorium. Ramped access and a lift are available.

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