At Sutton Vineyard we believe that when we pray, God hears us - we’re starting a conversation with the creator of the universe. 

When we pray, we partner with God to seek His kingdom! But Christians don’t necessarily find prayer easy and so often we fail to prioritise it.

We know we need a relationship with God, but we don't spend time talking to him or claiming his promises.

We have a number of different opportunities to learn and grow in prayer, both as individuals and together as a church.


24-7 Prayer

24-7 Prayer

During 2017, we were inspired by the 24-7 Prayer Movement - - to seek God for a special prayer space for our town.

Sutton Vineyard were led by God to take on the old Dolphin pub in the centre of Sutton. We believe God has given the gift of this place to all of the churches in Sutton and the surrounding area, to help us prioritise prayer. 

The Dolphin Prayer Room 

The Dolphin, formally a pub with a less-than positive past, has been transformed into a place of community, outreach, prayer and numerous other ministries. 

As part of the renovations, the back room of this pub has physically and spiritually become a place for anyone and everyone to meet God and soak up His presence.

We want the prayer room to support the rhythm of prayer within the churches of Sutton. A place to plug in and charge up all the groups we are a part of, missions we lead and communities we contribute to and give it all back to God.

We want the prayer room to bring those who do not know God to meet and engage with Him in a way they may not have been exposed to before. A  place set aside to offer sanctuary and acceptance. Our prayer is that relationships are formed and built in this space, in God’s presence.

Prayer Month November 18 - Mission

"Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation." Mark 16:15

From Monday 5th November until Saturday 1st December the Prayer Room will have a theme of Mission as we support the SVC team travelling to Cape Town between the 8th and 18th of November to visit Denzil and Lee-anne and work with the Aslan Hope-In-Sport team.

We will feature details of the of the project, members of the team and their individual prayer requests. We will provide motivation through scriptures, pictures and suggestions for prayer.

We'd love to hear your stories of how God meets with you there - please do get in touch


The Prayer Room is available for anyone to use - click on the following link to sign up. 

You will be directed to a sign up calendar, simply select a time slot you wish to use the room and fill out the online form. You will see the question 'Book for exclusive use?' If you want to use the room privately please tick this box. If you are happy for others to book the same time slot, please leave this un ticked. 

Once you have completed the online process you will receive an email confirming your booking. This email is important as it contains information and instructions on how to get to The Dolphin Prayer Room and gain access.  


The prayer room has stations around the room, clearly marked with laminated instructions on the wall. How you use them or not is completely up to you. The stations are there to help us pray for certain aspects of the world around us and ourselves but they are by no means compulsory.

The room is kitted out with chairs, cushions, art materials, tea and coffee making facilities, water and plenty more. Please be aware there is no toilet access. 

For more information, speak to Ben and Roses Parker, Jonny and Amy Page or email



You can join us in the following spaces to pray.


Each Sunday before our service we gather all the team together to pray between 9.45am to 10am. We seek the Lord in prayer for our Service, Kids and Youth Ministry. 

Termly prayer meetings

During the first month of each new term, we all come together as Church Family to pray for the life of the church, our ministries and our community.

The prayer and discernment forum

The PDF meets together once a month to practise waiting on God and following His leading. We therefore have no set agenda and are learning to listen and discern the different ways in which God speaks to us. It's always exciting to see what is on God's agenda.

When: 10th September, 8th October, 12th November, 10th December, 14th Jaunary, 11th February, 11th March

Where: Various venues - please speak to Wendy or email for more information. 

Small Groups

Small Groups are a space for you to build relationships, share our daily lives and pray for one another.

If you're not in a small group, pick up a small groups booklet, visit our small groups page or email

SVC Email prayer chain

Wider issues for prayer can be sent directly to Each request will be moderated and then forwarded to every member of the group across the whole church.

To have the opportunity to pray and send requests, please send an email to asking to be added to the prayer chain.

For more information speak to Wendy Sullivan or email

Prayer in the Community

Prayer in the Community

healing on the streets

We believe in a God who heals in response to prayer. HOTS reach out to the lost and hurting on the streets of Sutton and we simply invite those who are interested it sit and be prayed for. For an opportunity to go out with the team, email

Prayer walking

People from SVC and other churches meet regularly on a Saturday morning to prayer walk through Sutton High Street and share the gospel with people that they meet. If you are interested in joining them, please visit

Prayer for sutton

SVC joins with other local churches under the umbrella of Sutton Community Works to encourage and promote prayer for our local community in the London Borough of Sutton. Look out for the latest news via the SVC Newsletter or visit


For more information speak to Wendy Sullivan or email