Closing Prayer for Meeting
Father, thank you that you have revealed Your love to us today.
We invite You to send us out from here in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Fan into flame the gifts that you have given us,
Come reveal Your grace and truth to us each day.
For Yours is the Kingdom, the power and the glory,
Forever and ever.
(a sample closing prayer for a meeting from www.lords-prayer-words.com)
A prayer suitable as a closing blessing for a church meeting, bible study or worship gathering, based on the ancient Celtic blessing "May the road rise up to meet you":-
Closing Prayer for Bible Study
Lord, your word is a lamp to our feet and a light to our path.
Thank you that we can live in Your light and walk in Your truth.
May the things that you have revealed and thoughts that we have shared
dwell in our hearts and stir us to action.
We ask all this in the precious name of Jesus.
(a short prayer for closing a bible study, based on Psalm 119:105, from www.lords-prayer-words.com)
Grant, we beseech thee, Almighty God, that the words which we have heard this day with our outward ears, may, through thy grace, be so grafted inwardly in our hearts, that they may bring forth in us the fruit of good living, to the honor and praise of thy Name; through Jesus Christ our Lord.
(Source: 1979 Book of Common Prayer, Protestant Episcopal Church in the USA)
The Grace Prayer
May the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ,
and the love of God,
and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit
be with us all,
now and evermore.
(a prayer widely used in the Methodist church for closing a church service or meeting. More info. about the practice of this prayer here - the grace prayer.)
A Celtic Blessing
Christ with me,
Christ before me,
Christ behind me,
Christ in me,
Christ beneath me,
Christ above me,
Christ on my right,
Christ on my left,
Christ when I lie down,
Christ when I sit down,
Christ when I arise,
Christ in the heart of every man who thinks of me,
Christ in the mouth of everyone who speaks of me,
Christ in every eye that sees me,
Christ in every ear that hears me.
(taken from the prayer of St. Patrick's Breastplate)