If you wish for prayer for yourself or someone you know, then please contact us via Email
Rev'd Debbie or Andy Driver - 01508 494641 or Rev’d Robert - 01508 492215
Prayer Ministry is also offered at the end of the weekly service at All Saints Church, so please come along to All Saints on a Sunday morning at 9.30am, 10am when it is the 5th Sunday of the month.
Or if you would rather have your name or prayer item on the weekly prayer sheet then please contact one of the people above.
Weekly Prayer Diary
24th - 30th April 2017
For William who was baptized yesterday at All Saints, and for his mum and dad, Kathryn and James, and his brother Joshua. For all his God-parents that they pray for him and that he grows in his faith to know Jesus as his saviour. For all those who are poorly and in hospital at this moment.
For all who are affected by war, for refugees who have to flee their land to get to a place of safety. For all soldiers fighting in wars. For countries who are not directly involved in the war to only intervene to keep the young and vulnerable safe from fighting factions. For God’s peace to come and reign in this world
For the training of those who are interested in raising money from funds that offer money to projects such as the All Saints centre. For the coffee stop and all the people who attend it. For the elderly in this village that they have places to go to make new friends and stop them being lonely in their old age.
For those we pray for on a regular basis: for Joy Peters; for Soul (5 years old); for Celia; for Barney and Linda; for Jenny Oates; for Jenny Ellis, suffering from cancer, and receiving chemotherapy. For Peter Yallop and for Irene on the road to recovery. For Caroline’s Mum Evelyn. For Mike Huggins as he undergoes treatment for an aggressive form of Prostate cancer. For Ray who is receiving treatment for oesophagus cancer; for Karen with fibromyalgia and osteoporosis. For Nick who has a benign tumour on his pituitary gland and for his parents Suzanne and Alan.
For all who serve in our emergency services, for all our Police, Fire officers, and all who work in the Health Services. As we approach holiday times pray for those who serve in the emergency services on the beaches, in the hills/mountains and down potholes. For the “Thy Kingdom Come” prayer initiative to be successful throughout this country. For our own efforts here to be what God wants and for his Kingdom to truly come to this place.
For all in government to make sound decisions based on God’s leading. For the up-coming general election that the right candidates are chosen as MPs and that our parliament reflects God’s will for this country. For pensioners as the increase system in place at this moment, either remains or a fair alternative is found to replace it.
For abuse within the home and out of it to become a thing of the past. For bullying in any environment, work, school or home to stop, and for the internet and chat rooms not to be used by such people. For all those who serve on help lines such as child line and Samaritans, for the funds to come in to help these services to keep going and help all those vulnerable people.
If you wish for Prayer for yourself or someone else then please send an Email
Monthly Diocesan Prayer Calendar
Please feel free to download the Diocesan Monthly Prayer Calendar.
See Attachments below