City Prayer now conducts most of its activities through Christians Together in Chelmsford, (CTiC)

Visit the CTiC website to explore prayer and other local Christian events

click here: ctic.org.uk

Coronavirus response –  online prayer meetings

9pm for 30 minutes via Zoom video conferencing

Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays

NEXT: Tuesday 2nd June

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Meeting ID: 810 337 077 / Password 019723

NOTE: the same meeting link/ID is now be used for every Meeting. The Password shown may be required


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At this time of global crisis over the coronavirus advice against meeting in person, let’s use technology to come together and pray God’s blessing and protection over our City and all who live, work or visit here.

The meetings are presently hosted by Leader of City Prayer and Chair of Christians Together in Chelmsford (CTiC), David Gilbey.


Prayers are informal and there will be opportunity to share pray yourself or simply participate silently. A particular topic or topics for prayer may be introduced at the start of the session but you may share what or who is on your heart. We are also open to the sharing of relevant Bible passages and anything you feel that God is saying – prayer is two way communication!

+ Keep short – 1 or 2 minutes max. please
+ Positive prayers and declarations only – we want to speak blessing


Join via Zoom video conferencing on your phone, mobile device, laptop or desktop computer using the link or ID shown above.

You will arrive in the meeting with your audio muted – you can unmute this to contribute, but otherwise please keep the mute on to keep background noise to a minimum.

By Phone call: You can also join by phone, by dialling 0203 695 0088 and following audio prompts to enter the Meeting ID and password – (normal landline call charges apply). 

If you are not familiar with using Zoom, you will need to download an app. or program first to your phone, tablet or computer. To find out more, check out this link


The Christians of Chelmsford praying together