At Kay Street we believe in prayer! Praying as individuals, in twos and threes, in small groups and as the church all together. Alongside individual prayer, praying with friends and anyone requesting prayer there are regular opportunities to pray corporately.
The monthly church prayer meeting takes place on the 4th Monday of each month at 19:45 in the downstairs area of the church. The meetings are led by members of the prayer team and the focus of prayer varies from month to month.
Prayer Breakfast (Asda Café)
On the first Saturday of every month we meet from 8am to 9am in ASDA Café to eat breakfast and pray for The Valley. The view from the cafe window is inspiring! We pray for Rossendale, the local council, services such as health, education, social care, charities and the police. We pray for the economy, those in work and those living on benefits. We pray for individual people. We pray for the work and witness of local churches. And much more!
Everyone is welcome to join us as we pray for God's blessing on the Valley, giving thanks for what He has already done and looking forward to all He is going to do.
Men's Prayer Breakfast
We meet every month or so for informal fellowship over bacon rolls and a brew. The aim is to provide a relaxed venue where day-to-day issues, practical matters and responsibilities affecting men can be discussed and solutions offered to those needing them. At the heart of this is the gaining of an insight into what the Christian faith expects from men and how it can guide us through life’s journey. We also take the time to put the world to rights and share some good humour whilst doing so.
For details of the next baconfest, please get in touch.
The Prayer Room is available whenever the church building is in use. The room can be used as a quiet place for prayer and contemplation and there are resources that can be used. On the 3rd Saturday of each month from 9-10am the prayer room is open. Members of the prayer team are there to pray for specific needs and requests of anyone who wishes to come.
At the end of the morning service there are people available to pray with anyone who has specific needs or concerns.