Prayer Prompts for March 2014
Our charity for January, February and March 2014 is Church Urban Fund. Read about their work here
Please pray daily for the work of our Charity for this month, and...
- St. David's Day. We pray for the people of Wales and for the Church in Wales.
- Pray for those working today on the first day of the week.
- For our schools, the staff and pupils.
- Shrove Tuesday. May we be well prepared for the season of Lent.
- Ash Wednesday. Forgive us, God, for all we have done wrong.
- Guide us, Lord, through our Lent course.
- For all the memories we make each day.
- For those who forget everything, and for those who care for them.
- For all who prepare and serve lunch at the McCabe Centre. Many thanks.
- For all our domestic services.
- For refugees with little shelter, food or prospects, and the aid agencies.
- For our PCC as they meet today.
- For our homeless and the charities who help them.
- For those looking, Jesus, for you. Guide and lead them.
- For those weighed down with worries, guilt, fear, or other problems.
- “Lord, thy word abideth”. Guide us, we pray.
- St. Patrick's Day. Pray for the people of Ireland and for The Churches in Ireland.
- For our bell ringers and the sound of bells across our village.
- St. Joseph's Day. Pray for God’s blessing on all fathers.
- For our Minisaints.
- The first day of Spring. Thank you for the changing seasons.
- For those involved today in sports.
- “Lord, How do I love thee, let me count the ways.”
- Pray for those in prison or in hiding because of their faith.
- The Annunciation by the Angel Gabriel to Mary. We pray for all expectant mothers.
- Mid week - pause and look around at all the good things.
- For theatres and all who take part in performances.
- For our choir and the music they bring to our church services.
- We give thanks for longer days and shorter nights.
- Mothering Sunday. Bless all mothers, and surround them and their families with Your love.
- Look forward and step confidently into the next Month with Jesus beside us.
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