Prayer is a declaration of our dependence upon God.

Prayer Opportunities

Pray First

Join us for a time to share in biblical teaching and pray for each other and our world. This group meets on Zoom, Tuesdays from 7:00-8:30pm.

If you would like to attend, please email Diana at

Tuesday Morning Prayer

Join us on Tuesday mornings, 7:00 – 8:00am as we pray through scripture for each other, our church, city, country and world. This group meets in the Atrium at the Downes Road Campus – all are welcome and encouraged to join!

Everyone is welcome. No registration is required.

Prayer for Purity

Join us as monthly from 12:30-1:30pm as we battle through prayer for the purity of Northview’s pastors, elders, staff and congregation. This group meets on zoom.

If you would like to attend, please email Diana at

After Service Prayer

If you require prayer, we invite you to the front of the Worship Centre after the weekend services, where Pastors/Elders and volunteers will be there to pray with and for you.

Saturday | 5:30PM

Sunday | 9AM, 11AM, 6PM (in West Court)

Sanctuary Prayer

A sanctuary is a place of refuge. As believers, we can pray anywhere and in all circumstances, but in the clatter and business of life, it can be a challenge to find quiet and focus, especially in the middle of the day. Our Downes Road Campus will be open weekly on Wednesdays from 11AM to 1PM in the Worship Centre for those looking for a place of refuge for prayer.

If you have any questions or need more information, please email Diana at

Praying 5x5x5

At the beginning of January, Pastor Mark challenged everyone in our church to ask God to put five people on their hearts. Then commit to praying for those, for five minutes a day, five times each week.

If you haven’t started yet, it’s not too late. Simply write down five names on a piece of paper or in a note on your phone of those you hope would have their lives changed by Jesus. Then start praying for God to move in their lives.

We have 5x5x5 prayer cards available at our weekend services or visit to download a copy.

Let’s see how God is going to work in those lives this year!

5x5x5 Card




Is God stirring within you a passion to pray for others? If so, we would love to talk to you about getting involved in Northviews Prayer Ministry.

Submit your prayer requests to have them confidentially prayed for by our Staff and Elder teams.


Enjoy Your Prayer Life - Michael Reeves

Enjoy your prayer life is a delightful read; and as you turn the pages, it’ll show you that prayer doesn’t have to be a duty to be performed, but is rather a gift to be enjoyed. … Just as faith is awakened as we grasp the wonders of the gospel, so prayer follows as our hearts respond to these glorious truths.

Prayer - Timothy Keller

Christians are taught in their churches and schools that prayer is the most powerful way to experience God. But few receive instruction or guidance in how to make prayer genuinely meaningful. In Prayer, renowned pastor Timothy Keller delves into the many facets of this everyday act.

A Method For Prayer - Matthew Henry

True prayer comes from the heart, so why do we need a method? The great devotional commentator and pastor shows here that Christians benefit from discipline just as much as talking freely with God. You will discover the methods Jesus taught, look at styles of prayer, and see helpful examples. Duncan has incorporated some of Henry’s other work on prayer.

Fifty-Seven Words That Change The World - Darrell W. Johnson

Nowhere is Jesus’ brilliance more manifest than in the prayer he taught his disciples to pray, the prayer that has come to be known as the “Lord’s Prayer.” A mere fifty-seven words in the original Greek, the Lord’s Prayer gathers up all of life and brings it before God. In eight stirring meditations, Darrell Johnson shows how the Lord’s Prayer sums up the essence of Christian faith and, when prayed in faith, draws us into draws us into the Triune God’s work of transforming the world.

Revival - Martyn Lloyd-Jones

Clear and decisive messages about the need for revival in each generation, the circumstances leading to past revivalsm, and how to rekindle revival today. From the former minister of Westminster Chapel.