We would really like to know what you think about our recorded services. We know approximately how many people are watching them, but not where or who they are. We’d be grateful if you could spend a couple of minutes answering a few questions. We’d appreciate any feedback you care to give us – positive and negative.
At one time or another, almost all of us will have wished that we were better at prayer – even the first disciples asked Jesus how to pray. In this eight week Zoom course based around the Lord’s Prayer, we’ll begin with the question ‘Why Pray?’ and go on to explore different ways of prayer that
include listening, adoration and contemplation.
Join us for our Benefice Ash Wednesday Service on Wednesday 17th February as we prepare to make the journey through Lent together. If you would like a portion of ashes to join in with the imposition of ashes, we are supplying individual pots of ash that have been prepared and prayed over in advance.
We pray for all those involved in the shaping of young lives.
We give God thanks for the sacrifice and commitment of teachers and all those involved in serving children and young people in education.
We pray that all might be nurtured and cared for and that every needful resource would be made available – that all lives can flourish even in these difficult times and that no-one would be overlooked.
We lift to God those we hold in our hearts – praying for their health, their well-being and their sense of hope.
We pray that even when loved ones cannot physically be together they would not feel apart.
We ask for God’s help in our communicating, our connecting and our caring.
‘Lord the one you love is ill ….. ‘ John 1 1 v3
We bring to God all those who suffer in body, mind, spirit or with grief.
We ask that in God’s great loving kindness they might know God’s sustaining presence amidst their pain.
We pray for those who are stretched beyond their own capacity to cope and remain hopeful – that in the roar of these waterfalls God would bring a sense of coherence, comfort and strength.