We have a team of men and women, trained in prayer ministry and waiting to pray for you! Each Sunday, after the morning service, there are four members of the team available to pray.

Whether you seek physical, emotional or spiritual healing, please come forward at the end of the service and receive prayer. You can recognise team members by the Prayer Ministry Team badges we wear.

We believe and know that Jesus is our healer. No matter who on the team prays with you, it is the Lord Jesus who heals. 'He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness; by his wounds you have been healed.' 1 Peter 2:24.

We have had some wonderful testimonies from people who have been healed after receiving prayer. We give all the glory to God. It is an honour to be vessels of the Holy Spirit, to meet with people in their need, and to see them released into freedom as they receive from Jesus.

We look forward to praying with you.

May God bless you,

The Greenside Parish Prayer Team

Greenside Parish Prayer Ministry Team

Our Covenant

We believe and trust in God’s power and will to heal, and, that we will see God’s healing in those we pray for.

Our vision is to see God's transforming work in all those we pray for, to bring healing, encouragement, and freedom.

Therefore with the help of God we commit to this covenant, which we make with God, each other, and those to whom we minister.

1.    To honour God, and to give Him the glory for the healing and miracles we see as a result of the Holy Spirit working through us.

2.    To keep our relationship with God clean, regularly seeking God and listening to Him, confessing our sins, and being reliant on His grace and strength.

3.    To prepare ourselves before worship when on the rota, and to attend pre service prayers, and team meetings.

4.    To commit to the prayer ministry team, and to our calling as prayer ministers. If prayer ministry conflicts with another God given priority, we will seek God's compromise, using His wisdom.

5.    To be open and vulnerable, seeking healing prayer for ourselves when needed.

6.    To pray for each other, encourage and honour one another.

7.    To keep prayer requests confidential, within reason, sharing with the vicar if necessary.