Home / Belief / Prayer / Cycle of Prayer

Prayer: Cycle of Prayer

Share this page

Share an article by email

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Our Cycle of Prayer begins each day begins with the appropriate entry from the Anglican prayer calendar. Entries from the Porvoo Prayer Diary are incorporated on Sundays as are petitions for Capital Vision 2020.

Capital Vision Prayer trees

Cycle of Prayer

Pray with and for people around London and the world.

PrayerMate Christian prayer app logo

PrayerMate app

Subscribe to the Cycle of Prayer using an app.

Prayer book at St Paul's

A Kalendar for London

A Kalendar of Holy Days for use in the Diocese of London.

Churches and organisations in our linked dioceses of Angola and Mozambique are listed on Wednesdays.

As well as the Sundays and major Feast Days of the Church Calendar, the Cycle of Prayer now includes the men and women commemorated in the London Kalendar.


Download the Cycle of Prayer or use an app

Throughout the year the people of every parish, chaplaincy and church school are prayed for across the Diocese. Download the most recent Cycle below, or pray with us every day using the PrayerMate app.


Cycle of Prayer January 2019 (A5 version, pdf)  Download  
Cycle of Prayer January 2019 (A4 version, pdf)  Download  
Cycle of Prayer January 2019 (A4 version, Word)  Download  



Ambassadors Weekly Cycle of Prayer 2019  Download  

Amendments, comments and queries

The information in the Cycle of Prayer is checked and updated as near as possible to the time of production. If you have any amendments to suggest, or any other comments or queries, please contact the Editor, The Revd Peter McGeary, at St Mary’s Clergy House, 68 Johnson Street, London E1 0BQ (Tel & Fax: 020 7790 0973; E-mail: mcgeary@nullpmcg.demon.co.uk).

to top
More topics in this section

The Bible

Young people reading the Bible in a group

Christians believe that one of the ways they may know God is through the Bible. The Bible records how countless people throughout the centuries have experienced God in their lives.

Exploring vocations

Is God calling you to work within his church? In one sense the answer to this question should be ‘yes’ for all Christian people. But this will mean different things for different people.

People at a candlelit service

Finding faith

The Christian faith is a journey into the mystery of the love of God.

Volunteers to sleep rough to help West London churches expand their night shelter provision this winter.

Living as a Christian

To live as a Christian is to have life opened up for us by God.


Person lighting a candle for prayer

Prayer is just speaking to God. And yet there is no ‘just’ about it: we pray not on our own, but in the name of Jesus Christ and in the power of the Holy Spirit.

See Also
People talking over cups of tea

Spiritual direction

Exploring and growing in faith together.

Ministers lighting candles before worship


To worship something is to give it worth.