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Prayer support

Livability has a dynamic and inclusive Christian ethos and we partner with the local church as a key agent of social change.

Inspired by the good news of the Christian story, we believe in being people of hope in all that we do. We want to create new possibilities for the people we support and work to overcome barriers that stand in the way of people’s full participation in community life.

We are proud to have a large number of people that faithfully join in with our work through prayer. Each week, we have people that consider us in prayer and the different needs and opportunities that come up across the charity.

Whether it is praying for the needs of the people we support, sharing important campaigns and activities we are developing with churches to care for people in their community or helping us raise awareness for issues in our society, our prayer supporters are vital.

Livability’s Prayer Diary – Quarterly publication

Livability publishes a prayer diary which we send out to our prayer supporters 3 times a year. It’s full of ideas and inspiration for prayer – updating you on key developments in the life of the charity and key issues that need your support.

The resource is posted out, and has a week by week guide to what to pray for. It’s also peppered with insipiration and good news stories from our charity community. We regularly ask our services for information about what they need prayer for – and feature core needs in the diary.

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What does being a prayer supporter involve?

Use the prayer diary in your church home or prayer group, regularly joining in prayer for the work of our charity and sharing our work with others.

Take action. Praying is as active as it is contemplative. We all have opportunities to live out the hope and possibilities of our prayers to bring change. You may decide to tackle barriers in your community that are leaving people excluded You may decide to reach out to someone that is isolated.

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