Please continue to pray for:
Prayer Diary for December 2021
2 Corinthians 12 v9 “My grace is sufficient for you……”
20. We pray for South Africa as they have shared with the world this new variant, and ask that the rich world shares it’s vaccines so that all have been offered one.
21. We ask that You will lay on the hearts of those that are still hesitant, that we need to be vaccinated for our NHS if nothing else.
22. We pray for our church, that in this difficult time there maybe people who step up to do the various tasks.
23. We ask that those in hospitality may not see a cancellation of events but that everyone feels safe.
24. We pray about the worsening situation with Russia and China.
25. We ask that You will raise up leaders who lead by example, and thank You that we celebrate the birth of Your Son today.
26. We ask that You will fill each person with Your Holy Spirit and that we as a congregation will hear Your Word for each of us, whether in the congregation in church or online.
27. We ask that You will be with all those who acknowledge You, and thank You for the gift of Your Son, Jesus Christ.
28. We thank You for all the people who have given so freely of their time to complete tasks in the church.
29. We ask that as we prepare for a New Year, that we shall put You first and remember to turn to You in prayer.
30. We continue to pray for those who live or work here, and the surrounding district.
31. We ask that You will be with all members of the Prayer Group, and that You will keep them faithful in prayer.
Prayer Diary for January 2022
1 Kings 19.10 “be encouraged by others.”
1. New Year’s Day. We ask that we shall begin the year as we intend to go on.
2. First service of the Year, let’s rejoice that it is the beginning of the year and that it will be a better one for all of us. Be with the person leading the service this morning and fill with Your Holy Spirit, we ask.
3. We ask that You will help us to be sensible and we ask that we will continue to share the vaccines with poorer nations.
4. We continue to pray for all of our essential staff and those that work for the NHS, especially at this difficult time.
5. We ask that we will use this time wisely.
6. We pray for all leaders, both in and out of the church, and ask that they will consider that they will be judged for the statements that they make.
7. We ask that all the rubbish in Space will be collected.
8. We pray for our Nation, that we will have learnt that we do not need to be motivated by greed, and we ask that You will rectify this.
9. We ask that You will continue to see that we are a welcoming church, and that anybody will feel comfortable here.
10. We pray for our local schools, as they prepare to return after the holiday, and we ask that You will provide the staff to keep them open.
11. We ask that anyone online may feel part of the church.
12. We pray for all leaders of our Home Groups that they maybe refreshed.
13. We thank You that we live in a Country where we can express our opinions, and ask that we may not take this lightly.
14. We pray for all of our scientists, and ask that they will consult You.
15. We pray for all those in business, at this difficult time of uncertainty.
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.