We believe that we must dedicate ourselves to prayer,
to the service of our Lord,
to His authority over our lives,
and to the ministry of evangelism.

But what is prayer?
Does it lie in repetition of liturgical phrases
compiled with poetic cadence to quiet our minds?
Does it lie in demanding fervent urgent clamour
proclaiming our needs for God's attention?
Does it lie in meditational silence
awaiting divine inspiration?

But what is prayer?
Is it a place of comfort or of challenge?
Is it a time of clamour or of silence?
Is it a response to the needs of others,
a cry for help in our deficiency,
or a request for guidance,