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Pray as you go App
  • Do you spend time travelling or commuting by car, train, bike or plane?
  • Do you find it difficult to find time to pray ?

Why not try the 'Pray as you go' audio app?

'Pray as you go' offers a mix of music, bible reading, commentary and prayer for each day — all you have to do is listen and pray... no books are needed... just your ears and your heart...

In addition to daily prayer, 'Pray as you go' has additional prayer resources and exercises dealing with a range of topics including:

  • Preparing for prayer: Body and Breathing exercises
  • Loneliness
  • Insomnia
  • Grief
  • Depression
  • Ageing
  • The resurrection
  • The Holy Spirit
  • A week of prayer for married or engaged couples
  • A short retreat on the Acts of the Apostles

Get Connected

You can visit the 'Pray as you go' website by clicking here.

You can download the 'Pray as you go' app from the appstore on your mobile phone.

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