Reverend Sean Major-Campbell, a pastor of the Christ Church in Vineyard Town, Kingston, is praying for a set of burglars who ransacked his church last Tuesday.
The pastor discovered that items were missing last Wednesday when he went to the church.
"They took the PA system, computers, printer, toiletries, a big jug of oil and other cooking stuff," he said.
With no clue who might have stolen from the church, Campbell is hoping that prayer on the church's bulletin board will be effective.
"Gracious God from whom no crime is hidden, you know those who have wronged us. We pray that you would help them to become better persons," it read.
Campbell said that the robbery has greatly impacted the church's outreach programmes.
"Every Saturday, we do a Y-COP, that is a Youth and the Community Outreach Programme, and many of these children come from challenged communities, so we make sure that they have a good home- cooked meal before they go back home. And those stuff would have been stolen," he said.
"It really has caused another undue stress. The church has a lot of expenses. We do a lot of outreach, and we respond to a lot of emergencies, so it has really put a stress on our expenses."
The robbery has since been reported to the Vineyard Town police, but the cops say they have no leads at the moment.