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PRAYER DIARY

May and June 2024

 

"Hear my voice when I call;

be merciful to me and answer me.

My heart says to you, ‘Seek his face!’

Your face, Lord, I will seek."

(Psalm 27. 7-8)

 

Please pray for ...

 

Our Church

  • We seek God’s help and direction for the days that lie ahead giving thanks for Benjamin’s ministry. May God’s blessing be on him and Marie as they look forward to retirement.

  • Pray for Rev B Dingwall who is willing to act as Interim Moderator and Locum Minister during the vacancy.

  • Pray for the appointment of new elders.

  • Pray for Mission and Outreach plans remembering especially the work of the Sunday School and Messy Church.  The Boys’ Brigade have a Display Night coming up soon. May the boys and leaders find much encouragement in the work they do.

  • Give thanks for the recent Holiday Club well-supported by the children and parents.

  • Gracious God, bless our Communion service on the 2nd June.

 

Our Community

  • Loving Father, we give thanks for all who are involved in end of life care in our homes, hospices and hospitals. We give thanks for all new treatments becoming available to those who are terminally ill. We ask that more people will be trained to offer the specialised help needed to support patients and their families. As plans to legalise assisted dying are debated, may great consideration be given to the dangers and implications of such a decision. In your mercy hear our prayer for your will to be done in this matter.

  • We remember all who serve on the Community Council, at Holyrood and Westminster. Give them wisdom and understanding.

  • Loving Father, open our eyes to see the ways in which we can serve our community as we have the opportunity.

 

Our World

  • Merciful God, forgive our foolish ways. In your wisdom show us the way to deal with climate change; help us to resolve conflict at home and abroad; put your love in our hearts as we seek to live alongside others with whom we may disagree.

  • Please help us to deal fairly with refugees and all who seek asylum.

  • In other parts of the world where the Christian church is persecuted, we pray for your protection. We ask for your blessing on their love and loyalty to Jesus.

"This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us." (1 John 5.14)

 

Prayer @ Ten takes place each Sunday in the Meeting Room. All welcome

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