Prayer Stations

Is prayer your steering wheel or your spare tyre?

Corrie ten Boom

There are many forms of prayer. One way to create space for people to engage with prayer in a different and often interactive way is to set up ‘prayer stations’. Prayer stations take various forms but often include a brief reflection such as a poem, bible verse or summary of a topic supported by an activity or series of props to look at. This page is a collection of material that James Fox Robinson has created for retreats, chapter days, quiet days or prayer installations that you are free to download and use in your own context.

There are two sections below; general resources and resources for specific times in the church year.

General Resources

Narnia Prayer Stations

Caim Circle (Ancient Celtic practice)

Church Year Resources

Harvest Prayer Stations

The Twilight Zone Prayer Stations (All Hallows Tide – Liminal Space)

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