Communal prayer is a form of prayer that is offered by a group of people gathered together in a shared spiritual practice. This can take many forms, such as a group of individuals praying in unison, reciting a prayer or chant, or singing hymns together. Communal prayer has been a significant part of many religious traditions throughout history, as it allows individuals to come together in worship and express their shared faith and devotion. Communal prayer can provide a sense of unity and shared purpose, as well as offering an opportunity for individuals to support and encourage one another in their spiritual journeys. Additionally, communal prayer can be a powerful way to seek God’s guidance and wisdom, and to ask for His blessings on the community and the world at large.
Please read the prayers below which will provide guidance for Communal Prayer. May God Bless You!
Communal Prayer 1
Noticeably, it was not a general prayer, but a prayer for a specific people and with a special focus. After asking for His glorification, Jesus prayed specially for His flock: “I pray for them; I am not praying for the world but for the ones You have given Me, for they are Yours; all Mine are Yours, and Yours are Mine and I am glorified in them.
Communal Prayer 2
We will have the spirit of prayer if our prayer is turning of our minds and hearts to God, a heart to heart conversation with Him, an attitude of waiting and attending to Him, a personal relationship with Him which can be continuous even when we are engaged in other activities.