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
21st - 27th May 2017
For the letter from the Bishops with advice on how to look at candidates in the up-coming general election and how to make a decision based on facts of what should be considered by Christians as they look at various issues such as Brexit and the welfare state etc.
For the visit by Donald Trump to many countries including Arab Muslim countries. For good relationships especially following Trump’s ban on Muslims coming into the USA, as his sacking of the head of the FBI continues to be an issue in America. For the state of our mental health services in the area. For the hospital that is now being investigated due to the high number of deaths that have occurred there in recent years.
For the poor not to suffer due to the different initiatives from the different manifestos. For the work of the Foodbank and for the organisations that will take food that is just out of date but still good, giving it to those who are hungry. To all the charities that care for the homeless, which is a growing problem. Pray for a home for all that want one, and enough money to run their home.
For those we pray for on a regular basis: for Joy Peters; for Celia; for Barney and Linda; for Jenny Oates; for Jenny Ellis. 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 (23 years) who has two germinomas as he now faces an operation to relieve pressure on his brain due to excess fluid. For him to be back to himself soon, and pray for his parents Alan and Suzanne. For Steven following a possible bike accident that there is no permanent damage and he will be soon back to his old self.
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 this initiative to bring about revival in our villages and throughout this country. For all churches to enter into this initiative, and for all the candles that came out from the Cathedral to be lit in every church round here, to remind us of the Lord who is the “Light of the World”.
For all the Royal family as they go about their duties to serve us as a country. For all the politicians to have the right attitude of service towards the people in their constituency and to do whatever is right as they go about their duties if they are chosen to be the member of Parliament for that place. For all parties to not promise things in their manifestos they cannot deliver.
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. For our prisons to have a lower suicide rate than that that has been building over the last few years. For it to be better for prison officers as more are taken on.
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