Prayer Provokers

Ideas to help you start praying for the British Royal Family

Sometimes it hard to know where to start praying for one large family. The following ideas are to help you start the process. Perhaps you are more interested in one area, start there. Ask the Lord to use things to provoke you to prayer. Perhaps write down ideas that come to you when you think about that aspect. Then start to pray for one or more members of the Royal Family with this aspect in mind.

Eg. You’ve just watched Wimbledon and seen the Duchess of Cambridge as the Patron. Think about how she prepares to go, who she’ll meet and the conversations she’ll have. Consider what it’s like to always have a camera pointing at you.

And then PRAY…

This is definitely not an exhaustive list, just one to help you get started.


  • Radio
  • TV
  • Internet News

PRAY – when you hear the National Anthem or national songs such as Land of Hope and Glory and Rule Britannia.


PRAY – when you see something on Social Media about the Royal Family eg:

  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • YouTube

 PRAY – be reminded of them when you see Royal Memorabilia:

  • at a home
  • for sale
  • in a Museum


PRAY – after watching a royal inspired Film (remember it is not the real thing, it is a replica of what may have transpired). For example:

  • The Crown
  • Victoria
  • The King’s Speech
  • Diana

PRAY – after watching a documentary related the Royal Family:

  • The Royal House of Windsor
  • A Royal Wedding

PRAY – whilst watching yearly events, e.g.:

  • Trooping the Colour
  • Remembrance Day
  • Commonwealth related events
  • Christmas Broadcast
  • Royal Ascot


PRAY– when you touch something with Royal insignia on it, eg:

  • Postal box
  • Money – coins and notes
  • Passport

PRAY – when you put on a postage stamp with Her Majesty’s face or another Royal picture on an envelope.


PRAY – when you visit a Royal related or associated place, eg:

  • Palace/Castle
  • Royal Garden Party
  • Royal Ascot

PRAY – when you visit a place of worship used by the Royal Family

  • Westminster Abbey, London
  • The Chapel Royal, London
  • St George’s Chapel, Windsor
  • St Mary Magdalene Church, Sandringham
  • Crathie Kirk, Nr Balmoral
  • St Giles’ Cathedral, Edinburgh

PRAY – when you visit London and see Royal related buildings, photos and memorabilia

PRAY – for each day of a Royal tour with their released itinerary


PRAY – when you receive a letter from a member of the Royal Family

  • Consider writing a simple letter to a member of the Royal family to let them know you are praying for them.  Visit for more details

Please remember that the British Royal Family are not gods! They are real people that need respect, privacy, but most of all, they need our prayers.