We have adopted a rhythm of prayer as practiced at Ffald-y-Brenin but adapted to what the Lord has been saying to us. We ask that all visitors join us in that rhythm at set times in the day which last 10-40 minutes.
The rhythm of prayer reflects the christian celtic monastic practices of maintaining a pattern of prayer and worship whilst serving the local communities and the christian communities in the area. We aim to provide a place where people can come and experience continuous prayer, worship and community service as we bless those we meet and serve.
Our prayer times (open to all) are most days (except Sunday) at:
0730 hours (Morning Prayers)
1330 hours (Midday Prayers)
We are sorry that due to work commitments, and a shortage of volunteers during the autumn and winter months that we are not always available to join you for prayers. We therefore suggest that you come when you are in the area rather than making a special visit, or be prepared to spend time alone or with other visitors. There is always tea/coffee available in the attached kitchen and toilet area so please make yourselves at home.
We will also hold prayer times at 1830 and 2200 hours when volunteers and others in the community form sufficient numbers to meet together, otherwise these are recommended as private devotions for practice in our own homes.
Click here to download in pdf format the format we use. To view on screen click here.
We have now developed our Second Rhythmn of prayer so that between the two books we have a framework that covers two weeks, and provides an alternative form of words for those using the rhythmn every week. This can also be downloaded by clicking Rhythmn 2, in pdf format
We have developed a 24/7 prayer suggestion diary you may wish to download for your personal or group use. Click here