Malvern Baptist Church

Worshipping God, Following Jesus, Loving our town.


Someone described prayer as `the Christian's vital breath'.    We at Malvern Baptist Church are committed to prayer as a vital part of our Christian life and encourage prayer in every aspect of our church and individual lives. 

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Prayer Meetings

We hold regular prayer meetings in the church coffee lounge:

  • 8.45-9.30am every Monday morning to pray for the needs of the church, the local community and the World.  Please note this  prayer meetings is  currently held online on Zoom. Click here for the link.

  • 7.30-8.30pm every other  Wednesday. We will typically pray through a specific topic each month, but we also include prayer for wider needs (Topics).
    • 24th April - Work and the Local economy
  • (See the church calendar for forthcoming specific dates. Click here)

Praying with Malvern Churches Together :
Malvern Evangelical Church, Pickersleigh Road
Pray for the leadership, the congregation and the continuing ministry of the church as the Revd Roy Bourner settles into his new role as the minister at MEC. Pray for the Pickersleigh area and for the various opportunities to reach out with the Good news and the love of Jesus.

Fellowship of Overseas Students 
Pray for Jeff & Bridget Saunders as they lead a walk for the Fellowship of Overseas Students on Sat 13th April. The Fellowship are a Christian organisation who reach out to foreign students, and they are gathering in Malvern and staying at the Malvern St James school.

The Prayer Course
We offer a 6-session course based upon the Lord's Prayer of Jesus.  This will help you understand and develop the basics of prayer.

Additional Prayer 
We have occasional seasons of prayer.  For example, in recent years we have held a week-long prayer mission, attempting to cover the week with 24/7 prayer; with a particular focus on listening to God. As a church we support the Malvern-wide prayer initiatives such as Thy Kingdom Come and ONE, the ministers' prayer meeting.