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Neil and Julie

Time for physio!

watercolour of woman asleep on a bed

I love being part of a church, mixing with people of different ages, backgrounds, gifts and temperaments. We are the body of Christ, each playing a part, life-giving and unique! But what happens when a part of the body becomes so broken that it can no longer function? This is something that we need to Read More


Prayer for Easter

The adoration of the risen Christ, a pastel painting by Julie Palmer.

Love overcame, Emerging from a cold tomb. All the truth, majesty and creativity of a living God, Transforming a broken heart. Making a quiet return, in a still and sorrowful garden. The grave stone rolled away, to release redemptive love. Jesus resurrected and restored. Comforts a weeping woman. Speaks with travellers on a journey. Meets Read More


Song for Eden

Watercolour painting of woman with city background

Over the last few months, prayerscapes have been working with Sally Cranham, a UK based singer/songwriter, to create a song about the work of Eden Ministry. The mission of Eden is to rescue sexually exploited men and women in Asia and provide for them a safe and dignified environment to live and work. You can Read More