Prayer for the Nation
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York and senior church leaders have called a month of Prayer for the Nation during the second lockdown. The suggestion is that as many of us as possible unite to do this at 6pm each day. These prayers and themes in the following booklet are offered by them as tools and suggestions to help. Click here to view or download.
Prayer means launching out of the heart towards God; it means lifting up one’s eyes, quite simply, to heaven, a cry of grateful love, from the crest of joy or the trough of despair; it’s a vast, supernatural force, which opens out my heart, and binds me close to Jesus.St Therese of Lisieux
Our prayer booklets are designed to help you spend a few minutes each day in prayer using verses from the bible selected by our Prayer Lead Minister and ALM, Eve Cambray.
Click the button on the image to read, and when you have finished press escape on your keyboard or click at the bottom of your screen to close.November 2020 prayer diary
December 2020 prayer diary
Diocesan Prayer Diary
Using the Diocesan Prayer Diary means that on each day all of us across the Diocese can pray for the same individuals. We don’t need to know the individuals for whom we are praying, we just need to know they are our fellow disciples in Christ, and they need to know that we are holding them by name before God.
Church of England Prayer Booklet
Prayers to help us pray with one another even when it is not possible to gather together in church.
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