100 hours of unbroken prayer
"Pray without ceasing" - 1 Thessalonians 5:17
Whether you are a member of All Saints of have heard about our prayer weekend through a friend, you are welcome to come and use our prayer room at any point during the event. Our hope for Unceasing is that it will engage believers and seekers in the power of prayer.
View or download an online version of Unceasing 2019 flyer HERE.
How does it work?
From 7pm on Friday 20th December to 11pm on Tuesday 24th December,
the Tiger,* Crypt and Schoolroom will be transformed into a dedicated place of prayer, to encourage everyone to encounter God in prayer, whether young or old, contemplative or active, creative or methodical.
You are invited to sign up to a one-hour slot during this period (or more!), so that there will be an unbroken time of prayer in the room for 100 consecutive hours. The prayer room is also a drop-in, where anyone can go to pray at any point, day or night.
What will be in the prayer room?
The prayer room will include books, music, a dedicated solitary space, communal areas, comfortable seats, various lighting options, visuals, prayer stations, creative activities, and a whole host of other things that we hope will help you to pray. Participants are welcome to use some, all, or none of these.There will also be a supply of tea, coffee and biscuits.
How do I sign up?
Book into a slot online, here on our dedicated page on 24:7 Prayer. You can sign up online any time until 6pm Thursday 19 December, or on noticeboards that are available every Sunday before or after our services. Thereafter, sign up takes place on site at the prayer room.
Can I invite anyone to the prayer room?
We actively encourage people to use the prayer room over this weekend as a place to invite those outside the church community. That being said, we ask that everyone work together to keep the prayer room safe and be aware of other users of the prayer space at all times; see the safeguarding section below.
We have measures in place to keep the event safe for everyone; this includes having two 'caretakers' on duty throughout the event to be a first contact for any issues that may arise. You can find out about the role of caretakers HERE.
Our hope is that under 18s will be free to enjoy the prayer room in a way that is flexible and spontaneous, as well as safe. However, we want to emphasise that the prayer room is not subject to usual ‘youth-group’ safeguarding procedures and under 18s attend at their own risk. Parents and Under 18s please download and read the document HERE carefully before signing up for the prayer room:
If you would like to know more or have any questions about the event, contact Chrissy on email@example.com
or talk to any other member of the team: Chrissy Keynes, Antonia Easley, Jonny Payne or Chris Steynor
The ‘Tiger’ is the adjacent hall to All Saints Church, at the top of Lindfield High Street.
The map below shows the entranceway to the Unceasing prayer room.