We hold firmly God’s invitation to draw close to him in prayer during this crisis. Psalm 139 reminds us that we are always with God:  "When I awake, I am still with you."
We believe it releases the power of God to help us live our lives, at home, at work and in our city.

We invite you to request prayer, to join in with the 24/7 prayer movement, to participate in the daily lectionary readings and prayers, and to enrich your prayer life with various prayer resources.

If you have a particular emergency, our prayer chain will mobilise a team of people to pray for your need.  Contact Liz 082 5784155




zoom prayer


Zoom Prayer Meeting - Every 1st & 3rd Thursday from 5pm – 6pm.

Join the next Zoom Prayer Meeting on the 16th July

Meeting ID: 945 3414 5409
Password: CCK



We would love to pray for you.
Please share your prayer requests (here) or send them to the CCK WhatsApp 068 5765965 and our prayer team will confidentially pray for your request.

Please let us know if you would like someone to call and pray with you.


As Covid-19 spreads across the world, we turn to God in prayer.

  • On Thursdays join us for 24/7 Prayer.

  • Please SIGN UP HERE to book your hour of prayer. Not sure how to sign up? Instructions here

  • Join together at 12 midday to pray Psalm 91 - LISTEN TO IT READ

  • Visit the 24/7 Website for tips and ideas to pray




We will be updating our prayer resources page regularly. This will include ideas, information, stories and encouragement. Of what God is doing among us and beyond during these difficult days.


Listen to daily readings and their accompanying prayers here.

If you would like to try your hand at writing a prayer to go with one of the upcoming daily readings – email Alison

July 15 Page 1 Prayer
July 15 Page 2 Prayer
July 15 Page 3 Prayer
July 15 Page 4 Prayer
July 15 Page 5 Prayer


Christ Church Kenilworth  |  Cnr Summerley & Richmond Road  |  Tel: +27 (021) 797 6332  | E-mail:
Service Times: Sunday Worship  8.00am, 10.00am & 6.30pm  |  Wednesday Service: 10am   | Tuesday Quiet Service: 6.30pm (fortnightly)

Taryn Galloway, 06/05/2015