14-Day Prayer Challenge for Peace : 28 Jun, ONLINE

June 28, 2021 July 11, 2021


Discover How To Live A More Prayerful, Peaceful Life By Joining The Free 14-Day Prayer Challenge Now


14-Day Prayer Challenge for Peace

Time Sensitive: Your 14-Day Prayer Challenge will start on Monday 28 June and run for two weeks, so register now to receive daily guided prayers and inspirational podcasts.

What You’ll Get:


12 guided audio prayer times with space for silence and a different gentle practice for you to try out each day


Exclusive access to a private Facebook group so you can interact with other participants and the Discovering Prayer team

Prayer Printout

24 Inspiring five-minute interviews with nuns and monks from Anglican, Catholic, Methodist and Orthodox traditions to listen to at a time and place to suit you


Encouragement and inspiration from a daily email designed to help you keep going with prayer even when you’re busy


A personal invitation to a live Zoom prayer session with special guests

You’ll Learn From:

Michelle Eyre
Michelle is the founder of Discovering Prayer and the host for this prayer challenge. She started Discovering Prayer in 2014 after roles as diverse as professional dancer, trainee nun, occupational therapist and senior manager!
Brother Ian
Brother Ian is a Methodist monk from the Society of the Salutation of Mary the Virgin at Mucknell Abbey. He is the guardian of the novices who join his community and has spent years as a companion to those on retreat.
Sister Stella
Sister Stella is an Anglican sister from St Mary’s Convent, Wantage. She has lived in India and spent many years alongside people who are learning to pray.
Brother Herbert
Brother Herbert is a Roman Catholic monk from the Monastery of Christ Our Saviour in Turvey, Bedfordshire. He celebrated his 100th birthday this year and has an active ministry supporting people who visit or call the monastery.
Sister Mary Britt
Sister Mary is an Anglican nun from the Community of St John Baptist. She is an experienced spiritual director with a particular interest in Ignatian spirituality – praying with imagination and the Examen.
Brother John
Brother John is a Roman Catholic monk from the Monastery of Christ Our Saviour in Turvey, Bedfordshire. His ministry involves creating a warm welcome for the wayfarers who stay in the community, as well as hosting opportunities for people to have psychotherapy within a place of quiet prayer.

Explore your wellbeing and relationship with God in more depth.

We’re thrilled to be working with Matthew T. Lee, Director of Empirical Research of the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University. He’ll be offering you the opportunity to take a series of surveys that will give you insight into your own flourishing and personal growth.

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