Prayers

Prayer may be something individual and private or it may be a shared expression of our concerns…our thanks, our hopes and our fears which we lay before God. Here you can ask for prayer and see who and what we are praying for, or you can join in the more formal Daily Prayer of the church.

In our prayers this week:  Here you will find names of members of the congregation, family and friends whose wellbeing is particularly on our hearts and minds at this time. There are prayers for church activities happening this week and for situations in our community and the wider world. We hold all these things before our loving and merciful God.  

    PARISH OF THE RESURRECTION, SMETHWICK  E- PRAYER REQUESTS    ( from 24th June)

This week your prayers  are requested for:-

OUR  CHURCH MEMBERS

Debbie Winters not well after an operation.

Continuing prayers for:-

Arthur East, Jenny Canning’s sister Josephine Hodge and her brother in law Will,  Hortense who is not well, Ivan, Myrtle, Hafez, Jim Beale,  Robert our organist, and  Shafiq’s family.

The Spoon Family searching for accomodation that is near enough to the church for them to remain part of Holy Trinity

Nick who is on retreat this week.

OUR CHURCH

Members of the PCC meeting tonight.  Pray for the guidance of the Holy Spirit on all they say and plan.

The new tenants of the John Duncan Suite as they move in this week.

The launch of the new church web site- www.holytrinitysmethwick.co.uk

Finalization of the legal arrangements for the selling of St Albans building and the leasing of t Michael’s church hall

The upgrading of the alarm and CCTV system in church starting this week

Nicci Maxwell, our CMS Missioner as Ebola continues to be a matter of concern.

OUR COMMUNITY

The Poplars and other Care Homes in our parish.

OUR WORLD

Continue to pray for the election of a new prime minister.

The situation with Iran and for the Middle East.

OURSELVES

Lord Jesus, on this the feast of St John the Baptist

may your light scatter any darkness within us,

rekindle our love for you

and make us your beacons.   Amen

 

Your prayer requests: You are invited to ask for a prayer at this time, whether it is for yourself or another or for a broader concern.

Daily Prayer: The Church of England has a pattern of formal services of daily prayer in the morning, the evening, and at night. If you would like to explore these services and join with the wider church in prayer, follow this link.

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