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A community held together by Christ; loving God, supporting one another & bringing hope to the world.

Supporting one another in prayer

Prayer @ ChristChurchCCB-Logo-Small


"To be a Christian without prayer is no more possible than to be alive without breathing."

Martin Luther King Jr.

At ChristChurch we believe that prayer changes things, we believe (and have experienced) that God answers prayers in amazing ways.  Prayer is an integeral part of ChristChurch Belfast.

People engage in prayer in different ways and we want to encourage that... therefore we organise a range of opportunites to engage in prayer.

Prayer Weeks

ChristChurch likes nothing more than to take a week and fill it with prayer.  In these prayer weeks we create a prayer room and pray for 24 hours each day (well sometimes a bit less than 24 hours!).  It's amazing to see how God can impact our hearts and circumstances. Our last prayer week was in March 2010, when we joined forces with hundreds of other churches in the "One Voice" Tearfund Prayer week.  It was a great week and we will hopefully be running another prayer week soon.

Prayer Meetings

We as a church meet to pray together on the last Sunday of the month. We spend an hour focusing on different prayer requests from our own congreation and the world around us.

Meet And Pray (MAP)

MAP is an prayer meeting that meet in our church offices every Monday @ 10.30am. It's a great way to kick off the week, please feel free to come along.

Small Groups

We meet twice a month for Small Groups.  During these times we spend time in prayer especially for each other in our personal circumstances.

Prayer Ministry

Prayer Ministry is always available after our church service on a Sunday.

Prayer Request

If you would like ChristChurch to pray for you, please click on the green.

We love that God has given us a gift in being able to talk to Him, it would be a shame to waste it by not praying