Damien offered a response to my post on repentance in corporate worship.
A helpful resource for those leading prayer during corporate worship (especially churches whose worship follows some application of the dialogical principle, the concept of worship as covenant reaffirmation, God speaks, the people respond) is the Jan/Feb 2008 9Marks ejournal.
A Biblical Theology of Corporate Prayer (How corporate prayer is really a shadow and a type of the gospel itself.) By James M. Hamilton Jr. and Jonathan Leeman
Recommendations for Improving Public Prayer (A compelling case for why Scriptural prayers and planned prayers are best for the congregation.) By Terry L. Johnson and J. Ligon Duncan III
Corporate Aspects of the Lord’s Prayer (With the Lord’s Prayer, Jesus taught us to pray both with one another and for one another.) By Philip Graham Ryken
Thirty Two Principles for Public Prayer (Eighteen things not to do and fourteen things to do when praying publicly.) By J. Ligon Duncan III (following Samuel Miller)
A wonderful treatment of pastoral prayer can be found in The Pastor’s Public Ministry by Terry L. Johnson. A short (82pgs) monograph of a book, it’s well worth seeking out. You won’t find it in Australia. Monergism is one place you can get it.
The Reformers Bookshop would do well to get it in stock.