Please continue to pray for:
Prayer Diary for May 2021
Luke 24 v30."When he was at the table with them, he took bread, gave thanks, broke it and began to give it them. Then their eyes were opened and they recognised him, and he disappeared from their sight."
4. We continue to thank You for all of our essential services.
5. We pray for all those in the hospitality industry, and ask that You will enable them to realise how important they are to our lives, and that You will get them to hold on that bit longer.
6. We pray for all who live or work in this parish and the surrounding district.
7. We pray for Northern Ireland and ask that You will stop the violence, and that the sea border may be settled to the will of the people.
8. We pray for our sportsmen and women, that they will realise that they hold a position in the hearts of the Nation and need to behave very well.
9. We ask that You will be with Chris as he delivers Your message to each one of us.
10. We pray for the result of the elections, that they will truly represent the will of the people.
11. We pray for our government and the Ministers, that You will speak through them, and that the difficult decisions they have to make will represent the people they serve.
12. We pray for all our leaders as they prepare to open the church, we also pray that many will put their fear behind them and enjoy their new freedom.
13. We thank You for the Holy Spirit who enables us to know You more clearly.
14. We pray for India and Brazil, and pray that they will receive all the help they need. We ask that we may share the vaccines with all the poorer nations.
15. We ask that You will be with all the members of the prayer group as they continue to pray for those in the parish and the wider world.
16. We ask that as we prepare to open our doors, once again, that You will be with Chris as he steps out in faith and that we may be thankful for technology that has enabled us to meet on line.
17. We ask that You will help us not to abuse the rules.
18. We pray for all our businesses, and ask that You will help them to readjust.
19. We pray for those affected by the tradegy in Mexico City, and ask that all those affected may draw their strength from You.
20. We pray about Climate Change and ask that individually we may do our bit.
21. We pray that we may use time wisely and ask that You will always guide us.
22. We thank You that our NHS was not overwhelmed, and thank You for all the work they do as a team.
Thanks to Jean for her continuing work in compiling this Prayer Diary
When services resume, we hope to restart the Prayer Group. It normally meets fortnightly on Saturdays starting promptly at 10.00 am (finish by 11.00 am) followed by coffee and cakes. All welcome.