Resources help bring the experience of refugees and asylum seekers into your prayer.
We pray for all those who are working for justice and peace around the world. We ask that they might be your hands and feet on the earth.
Praying the Stations of the Cross is a traditional way of praying during Lent. We pray this familiar prayer to be with Jesus Christ who walked this journey, carrying the cross, the instrument of his death, out of love and commitment to us.
We have developed these Stations of the Cross meditations to aid your prayer during Lent and Holy Week. You can use this resource as a Parish Group, school, as a family, or individually.
Keep an eye out on our social media for ways you can support JRS UK – we’ll be sharing actions and prayers you can take personally or with others.
The Examen prayer is a popular method of praying developed by St Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Jesuits. The prayer is focused on reflecting God’s presence in a particular experience. We have worked to create an Examen to help you prayerfully reflect on the experience of refugees.
Find more here.
Would you like to hold a service to gather you community to pray for refugees? JRS UK have created a template service which you can use in its current form or adapt to fit a particular occasion. If you would like to speak to a member of the team to get some advice about holding a prayer service, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the Order of Service as a Word Document.
Download the Order of Service as a PDF.
JRS UK regularly shares prayers of intercession online for our supporters to join with us in prayer. These prayers are a way for us to join together and pray for those things that affect our refugee friends and other situations that need our prayer around the world.
A collection of all our previous prayers can be found here.