Here are a List of prayer meeting in the Louth / Meath area.

Charismatic & other Prayer Group:


Wednesday 8.30pm-10.30pm, Holy Family Charismatic Prayer Group, Community Hall, (back of Church) Ballsgrove Drogheda

Format: Opening prayer; songs and words of praise and worship; expression of word gifts (Word of Knowledge, Word of Wisdom, Prophecy, Tongues, and Interpretation of Tongues); inspired scripture reading; teachings; testimony/sharing, intercessory prayer; healing prayers; social time. (read 1 Cor. 14:26-33).

Friday 8pm-9.30pm, Drogheda Charismatic Prayer Group, Dominican Friary, Drogheda

Praise & Worship, Gospel Reflections and Sharing’s

Tuesday 7.30pm-9pm, Our Lady’s Prayer Group, The Stables, side road at Augustinian Church, opposite Parochial House.

A night of fellowship with Praise & Worship, Holy Spirit Chaplet, Rosary, Divine Mercy and Scripture reflection and sharing, Medjugorje message shared with social refreshments

Tuesday 8pm, Our Lady’s Prayer Group Girl Guides Hall Ardee Co Louth

Tuesday 8pm-10pm, Ardee Charismatic Prayer Group Wheelchair Association Building Ardee Co Louth

Fellowship with praise & worship,

Thursday 7.30pm, Knockbridge Prayer Group, Parochial House Knockbridge

Fellowship in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament, song, prayers and scripture

Tuesday 8pm The Holy Spirit Prayer Group, The Confraternity Room, St Patrick’s Church, Roden Place, Dundalk

Friday Morning 11.30am-1-30pm Belonging Prayer Group, diocesan Pastoral Centre, The Magnet Dundalk

Prayer, Praise, Scripture reflection, Prayer ministry, Pastoral counselling

Gospel Mass Augustinian Church Drogheda 2nd Sunday of each month


Tuesday 7.30-9pm Drumcondrath & Meath Hill Prayer Group Drumcondrath Community Centre Co Meath

Tuesday 8pm, True Light Prayer Group, Stamullem Parish Centre, Stamullen Prayer group

Fellowship, relaxed friendly atmosphere of prayer

Wednesday 8pm, Navan Prayer Group, Saint Joseph’s Kentstown Road Navan


Our Prayer Ministers consists of Mature people of faith  who are able to pray with you and for you regarding specific intentions or needs Our Prayer Ministers serve as intercessors in the our community to fulfill the call to pray for one another.and for the needs of those who need prayer in their lives. Prayer ministers also have in a way an evangelistic approach in intercession for the conversion of others in our wider commuinity. 


Apostles of Love have a number of Healing Ministries in operation, from weekly Eucharistic Healing services at our Tuesday Morning Prayer meeting. One-One Prayer & Healing Ministries, Peer Prayer Ministry,  Anointing of the Sick. All one to one appointments are by booking, Click Here. 




Unbound helps us respond to the good news of the gospel and apply truth to our lives using Five Keys: 1) Repentance and Faith 2) Forgiveness 3)Renunciation 4)Authority and 5) The Father’s Blessing.


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1) Keep It Simple
2) Do It Often

3) Open Your Heart
4) Use the Lord’s Prayer as a Template
5) Listen Expectantly for a Response

To pray means to communicate with God. That can mean thanking Him, praising Him, confessing
something you’ve done wrong, or expressing a need you have. It can even mean just talking to Him
as you would to a friend.
Learning how to pray is really about developing a relationship with God. Relationships are built on
moments of connection. Those moments of connection bond you to another person, and many of
them center on communication — the words you say and the way you say them. But how do you do
that with the God of the universe?