Prayer Matters

Prayer Matters is a resource that seeks to inform, encourage, disciple and ensure that the UK and Ireland Territory is immersed in prayer.

The August 2024 edition of Prayer Matters is now available. We’re eight months into our new UKI Prayer Rhythm, so it feels like a good moment to do something a bit different. This month, instead of focusing our prayers on specific events and ministries, we’re taking some time to dream.

New editions will be released online month-by-month. For those who need or prefer a printed copy, we have a printer-friendly version available for corps and individuals to download below.

We want to pray for renewal in our worship and mission, and we want to pray for the people God is sending us to. Each day of the week has a theme, and the themes are based on the five following ‘Mission Priorities’:

  • Monday: Sharing the good news
  • Tuesday: Serving and caring (Serve others without discrimination)
  • Wednesday: Growing in faith (Nurture disciples of Jesus)
  • Thursday: International Salvation Army (Worldwide prayer meeting)
  • Friday: Justice and reconciliation (Seek justice and reconciliation)
  • Saturday: Care for creation
  • Sunday: Sabbath prayer

Each week, Prayer Matters is featured in the Salvationist magazine - click here to find out more information about subscriptions.

Prayer Matters - August 2024

The edition for August is available to download

Click on the button below to download the August 2024 printer-friendly Word version.

July 2024


Download the July 2024 Edition


Prayer Matters July 2024 printer-friendly Word version

Previous editions


Download the June 2024 Edition


Download the May 2024 Edition


Download the April 2024 Edition


Download the March 2024 Edition

Other useful links

Encouraging prayer in every aspect of Salvation Army life and ministry.

Major Gary Lacey explains the inspiration behind the UKI Boiler Room.

This prayer initiative aims to provide a framework to help you move safely and confidently towards intergenerational prayer support.

Lyndall Bywater asks what it means to be 'on fire'.

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