Prayers

Take a moment to listen to the still small voice of God within the bustle of the day which has begun. Find a quiet place where you can enjoy precious moments of peace in God's presence. Sit quietly and listen to the sounds of the world around you, both outside and in the place where you are. Breathe slowly and rest in God's presence... You may find it helpful to listen to the Daily Prayers on the Pray as you Go website

The Office of Morning Prayer is said daily in the church at 8.00pm

If you cannot come to church, click on the link below to read The Office at your own time. If you would like to make a prayer request please fill in the form below

Prayer Ministry

If you cannot make it to Church please join in with the daily Prayers.

Daily Prayer provided by the official Church of England web site,
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8am CW - Morning Prayer

CW - Evening Prayer

CW Night Prayer (Compline)

Jesus encouraged his disciples to pray and to share in praying together with others.

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Prayers for this week

Take a moment to listen to the still small voice of God within the bustle of the day which has begun. Find a quiet place where you can enjoy precious moments of peace in God's presence. Sit quietly and listen to the sounds of the world around you, both outside and in the place where you are. Breathe slowly and rest in God's presence......

Know that as you journey through this day, that you have a helper, a source of strength and comfort, the reassurance that we are never further from God than a whisper.

 

 

Prayers for this week

 

 Lord we bring to you our prayers. For those who wait at the gate in poverty, seeking essentials from foodbanks, unable to afford to turn their heating on, walking the streets to save using fuel at home. We pray for all in poverty and need that those who have will see and respond to the needs of those who have not. We especially ask that you bless those who are planning winter warmth projects to provide support for those struggling as a result of spiralling fuel costs.

 Lord, we bring to you those who wait at the gate because they have nowhere else to wait for those whose homes have been destroyed by flood; for those whose home has been bombed; for those who cannot afford a home. We pray for all who are homeless or whose homes are insanitary or unsatisfactory. We commend to you those charities that seek to provide aid to those in Pakistan, for those who welcome refugees, for those who provide emergency shelter.

Lord, we pray for all in sadness and grief, for those whose lives have been torn apart by the death of a loved one, for those who struggle to cope, for those who can't find a way to fit in. We pray for all those for whom the recent period of national mourning has brought to the surface grief they were seeking to ignore that they may find the comfort and strength that your presence offers.

Lord, we pray for those who have been rejected, for those who fear they will be turned away, for those who don’t know how to access your strength and love. We pray that our churches may be inviting places of welcome where no-one is turned away and all are helped to experience the grace and peace that you offer.

As we enter the gate of our homes, our churches, our lives, give us eyes to see those in need and hearts to respond in the name of our Saviour Jesus. Amen.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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