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We pray for countries struggling with extreme heat. Last week, Lapland recorded its hottest temperature for more than a century, just as the Pacific Northwest emerges from a deadly heatwave. God, we pray for your creation, and that we might be successful and ambitious in limiting global warming. We pray for people struggling with substance […]Read More
We pray for pregnant women seeking mental health care. It was revealed last week that thousands of pregnant women in England were denied vital mental health help during the pandemic. God, we pray for comfort and peace for those struggling with their mental health in the pandemic, and for increased support for perinatal mental health […]Read More
We pray for women who have experienced pain as part of medical treatment. Last week, stories were shared in the media and online about women’s experience with excruciating pain when having IUDs fitted. God, we pray for those facing pain as part of routine medical procedures, and for greater understanding of women’s medical experiences. We […]Read More
We pray for Myanmar. The country is facing rising Covid death rates, limited oxygen, and thousands displaced amid continuing political instability. God, we pray for healing, safety, and just governance for the people of Myanmar. We give thanks for those supporting and rehabilitating victims of torture. Today is International Day in Support of Victims of […]Read More
We have had a bumper 100 entries for this year’s calendar photo competition. The theme this year was ‘All Things Bright and Beautiful’. You are invited to cast your votes for the twelve photos that you would like to see featured in the 2022 Church calendar. Have a look through all of them – there […]Read More
We pray for those at the sharp end of cuts to the UK international development budget. Last week, an amendment which would have restored the budget did not go to a vote, amid reports of projects in Yemen and Syria being axed among many others. God, we pray for those finding lifelines cut across the […]Read More
We pray for the Democratic Republic of Congo. Around 500,000 people have been left without clean drinking water in the country after a volcano erupted last week. God, we pray for safe water for those affected, and swift support from the international community for affected areas. We pray for the G7. Today, leaders from around […]Read More
We pray for GPs. The pandemic has led to severe disruption to normal service for more than a year, leading to rising numbers of patients threatening to overwhelm GPs. God, we pray for healing for those who are unwell, and support for GPs facing rising workloads. We pray for the G7. Next week, the leaders […]Read More
As we resume holding some services in our Church building we wanted to ensure that everyone knows the procedures if they wish to attend. All services, whether from the Church or elsewhere will continue to be ‘Zoomed’ too, so that everyone who wishes to, may attend. To begin with, the live services will be those […]Read More