“Be still, and know that I am God.” Psalm 46:10

What does it really mean to be still and know God? Does God still speak to us today? How do we actually hear the “still, small voice of God”?

I invite you to learn the answers to these questions and more on this website, by attending an Introduction to Nexus Prayer presentation, joining our prayer group that gathers weekly at Saint Dunstan’s Episcopal Church of Houston, or even praying with one of our virtual cell groups that gather daily for synchronized prayer. Whether you attend once, weekly, or anytime you like, meetings are always free, informal, and all are welcome. God is speaking. We are listening. Come pray with us in sacred silence.

For where two, or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.”~ Jesus



Saint Dunstan’s Episcopal Church
14301 Stuebner Airline Road
Houston, Texas 77069
(281) 440-1600

Fr. Rob Price, Leading Pastor | Fr. Randall Trego, Associate Pastor

Sunday | 10:15 am | Room 315
Our local Saint Dunstan’s prayer group gathers every Sunday morning at 10:15 in the Bentley Education Center for fellowship (coffee, tea, and hand-crafted biscotti served), a brief lesson from Psalm 46, a 5 to 20-minute Nexus Prayer, and a brief q&a or discussion afterwards for those wishing to remain. This class follows the 9:00 am, and precedes the 11:00 am worship services, so we encourage you to attend the service of your choice and join us for prayer. Allen is usually available immediately after class to welcome you personally and answer any questions that you may have about Nexus Prayer.

We hear God best when we are still and silent.”


“For where two, or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.” Matthew 18:20

The Nexus Prayer Cell Groups gather daily virtually at predetermined times throughout the day and evening for synchronized Nexus Prayer from the comfort of our own homes, businesses, or even when on-the-go.

Although we gather for prayer corporately each week at church, synchronized prayer allows us to pray in communion with one another virtually, whether you are in Houston, New York, or Canterbury. Perfect wherever and whenever you are unable to make it to church or are on a business trip.

We also gather virtually from wherever we are across the United States and Internationally every Saturday at precisely 12 o’clock noon for a 5 minute nexus prayer. Why not join us?

Looking for posted times or interested in joining a specific cell group? Learn more or Contact me.


Introduction to Nexus Prayer
Allen offers monthly Introduction to Nexus Prayer  presentations that are free to the public. Meetings typically last about one hour, and can be custom designed for your event to include a 30-60 minute presentation, an actual 5 minute Nexus Prayer, and a brief question & answer session at the end.

Like to schedule a presentation for your small group, bible study, or church?  Contact me for additional details and availability.

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One-on-one conversations with Allen

Interested in learning more about Nexus Prayer, have some questions about contemplative prayer, or simply prefer to meet outside the church in a less formal setting for a chat? Great!  What better way to learn about prayer than over a cup of cappuccino?

I invite you to join me at Vintage Park’s top-rated Starbucks for coffee and convo. The Vintage is conveniently located near Hwy 249 and Louetta Road in Houston, Texas, and features an Italian-inspired Piazza, a series of fountains, and beautiful landscaping everywhere. I’m only a phone call away!