“At the same time, pray also for us, that God may open to us a door for the word, to declare the mystery of Christ”

Colossians 4:3

Online prayer sessions are a great way to get together with other supporters to pray for our missionaries. The sessions, hosted via Zoom, last for an hour and involve an update from the missionary about the work which God has been doing through their ministry, before breaking into groups to pray together.

We look forward to praying with you that the mystery of Christ would be revealed to people across London!

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Kevin Croft, Tuesday 17th May - 6pm

Kevin oversees LCM's ministry across south London. His heart is to see churches across the borough understand the need to reach out to the communities on their doorstep. Kevin says, ‘I would like to see members of churches built up, equipped to go out to make disciples of all nations that have made their home in Lambeth.’  

Mike Parker and Tracey Chumley, Tuesday 24th May - 6pm

Mike Parker and Tracey Chumley are working as Pioneers at The Bridge and Hope Church Vauxhall. They meet lots of different kinds of people at Hope Church's lunch club, which meets in the Vauxhall Gardens estate. Join us to pray for their ministry in and around Vauxhall.

David Kim, Tuesday 31st May - 6pm

David Kim works in Croydon, and he would like to see a growing and flourishing church amongst North Koreans and Hongkongers. His heart is to make disciples who will make more disciples within the Asian community in London. "We are equipping local churches to welcome Asian refugees to London, help them adapt and introduce them to the most joyful good news of Jesus Christ." 


Daniel Douglas, Tuesday 7th June - 6pm

Join us to pray for Daniel, missionary working with local churches in Southwark with a specialism in African Caribbean churches, as well as sharing the gospel around the world online. "The Lord is so creative in the way he reaches people with the gospel – whether it’s knocking on a door or online. I’m excited about how he’ll do that through his church in Southwark!"

Rob Bridges, Tuesday 14th June - 6pm

Rob works as a Pioneer in New Addington and he and his family have recently joined the newly-planted Castle Hill Church. He can often be found out prayer walking with other members of the Croydon team and spends alot of time meeting people on the streets and trying to build up relationships. "Me and my wife have a heart to reach out to our own local community".

Michael Prendergast, Tuesday 21st June - 6pm

Michael is a missionary who works in Southwark and would like to see a move of God amongst the diaspora communities in this inner London borough located on the south of the river Thames. He partners with diaspora churches to envision, equip and support them to share the good news of Jesus in their own communities. He also works at a church food bank, sharing the love of Christ with clients. Michael’s heart is to see churches meet the practical needs of people from their community, invite them to church and disciple them as part of the church family.  

Mark Fyffe, Tuesday 28th June - 6pm

Mark's vision for his corner of Southwark is for churches to work together to reach everyone with the best news they could ever hear. Working together, churches can be really effective in mission. But Mark has personally found the benefit goes beyond that. "By meeting, and serving alongside other local Christians, I get to meet people who are different from me, but have the same foundation for life. And this shapes me and challenges me in a good way."

Denzel Gaisie, Tuesday 5th July - 6pm

Denzel works in Lambeth as a missionary and would like to see a move of God amongst the diaspora communities as he partners with local churches to envision and equip them to reach out with the love of Christ and serve their communities. His vision is to mobilise diaspora churches in ministry to least-reached groups in their local community. He would like to see churches bear a counter-cultural witness to the love of Christ in word and deed by welcoming, loving and discipling people from their community.  

Gifty Dhanapal, Tuesday 12th July - 6pm

Gifty serves in the borough of Lambeth: a huge harvest field with little workers so Gifty and her team are working hard to envision and equip local churches to reach out to those in their local Lambeth communities. Gifty works closely with churches in the New Testament Assembly, training them in door-knocking, street-witnessing and in how to share the gospel across various cultural backgrounds. Join us to pray for Gifty as she connects with churches spread across Steatham, Brixton, Vauxhall, Clapham and Kennington.

Steve Taylor, Tuesday 19th July - 6pm

Steve works as a missionary in Southwark, and his heart is to see a move of God in council estates as people come to know Jesus. He partners with churches to equip and mobilise them to reach out with the good news of Jesus in their local communities. Steve's vision is to see churches pastorally care for their seniors, especially those isolated and who have dementia. He would like to see churches learn from each other to grow stronger as local congregations, preach the gospel and bless their neighbourhoods.

Simon Knightly, Tuesday 26th July - 6pm

Simon is a team leader in Croydon, reaching out with the love of Christ to people in council estates and seniors. "My vision is to see many people come to know Jesus as churches in Croydon intentionally reach out to the least reached in their communities with the love of God and the good news of Jesus Christ - welcoming and integrating them into their loving church families."  

Patrick Kangi, Tuesday 2nd August - 6pm

Patrick works in Croydon as a missionary reaching out to people living in council estates and seniors with the love of Christ. "My vision is to see many people come to know Jesus as churches in Croydon intentionally reach out to those who are yet to hear the gospel in their communities with the love of God and the good news of Jesus Christ - welcoming and accepting them into their loving church families."

Because London needs Jesus