Prayer Topics for the week commencing 30th May 2021

There are many things we can be praying for. The items in this post are drawn from some of the Prayer cycles we are involved with.
Pray for those known who suffer in body, mind, spirit or estate.

The Collect for this week
Holy God,
faithful and unchanging:
enlarge our minds with the knowledge of your truth,
and draw us more deeply into the mystery of your love,
that we may truly worship you,
Father, Son and Holy Spirit,
one God, now and for ever.

From Durham Diocese

Sunday 30th
Trinity Sunday

– Hospital Chaplains: Revd Kevin Tromans, Senior Chaplain. (Co Durham and Darlington), Revd Canon Remi Omole (Sunderland), Vacant (Sherburn), Revd Gareth Rowlands and Revd Joan Robinson (Gateshead), Vacant (North Tees and Hartlepool), Revd Jon Goode, Revd Dr Simon Mason (CNTW), Revd Canon Caroline Worsfold & Revd Pat Bealing (South Tyneside), Canon Colin Jay, Revd Osaro Omobude and Revd Debbie Baker,
– La Iglesia Anglicana de Mexico: Vacant

Monday 31st
The Visit of the Blessed Virgin Mary to Elizabeth
– Bishop Glyn Webster, Fr Paul Kennedy, members of the Society of St Wilfred and St Hilda.
– Diocese of Canberra & Goulburn – Australia: Rt Revd Dr Mark Short
– The Queen, members of parliament and the armed forces

Tuesday 1st
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– Jarrow Area Dean: Revd Dr Ian Somasundram, Lay Chair: Mrs Cathy Barnes
– We pray this month for those being ordained Deacon in July and their parishes
– Julia Bell: Stockton Parish Church
– DAC: Chair: Sandra Robertson, Buildings for Mission Secretary: Daniel Spraggon
– The Diocese of Canterbury: The Most Revd and Rt Hon Justin Welby

Wednesday 2nd
– Christine Britcliffe, Lumley, Chilton Moor, East and West Rainton in plurality
– Diocese of Cape Coast – Ghana: Rt Revd Dr Victor Atta-Baffoe
– All who seek to relieve poverty. For foodbanks and volunteers who run them

Thursday 3rd
Thanksgiving for the Institution of Holy Communion (Corpus Christi)
– Jarrow Deanery Secretary: Mrs Mary Thompson, Treasurer: Keith Higgin
– Lloyd Brown: Darlington St Hilda and St Columba & Darlington St John
– Diocese of Cape Town – South Africa: Most Revd Dr Thabo Makgoba
– Victims of abuse and violence, intolerance and prejudice

Friday 4th
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– Boldon St Nicholas, East Boldon St George, Hedworth St Nicholas: PiC: Revd Paul Barker, Hon Ass Min: Revd David Duke, Reader: Neil Cuthbertson, Reader in Training: Mrs Emma Barker, PM: Mrs Julie McCann
– Steve Edge: Hartlepool St Hilda
– Diocese of North Eastern Caribbean & Aruba: Rt Revd L Errol Brooks

Saturday 5th
Boniface (Wynfrith) of Crediton, Bishop, Apostle of Germany, Martyr, 754
– Hebburn St Cuthbert and St Oswald: Vacant
– St Oswald’s C of E Primary School, Headteacher: Helen Smith
– Edward Gunn; Auckland St Helen
– Ven Libby Wilkinson and the team of Diocesan Support Staff
– The Diocese of Carlisle: Rt Revd James Scobie Newcome

From the Parish Cycle

Those living in
Moor Lane

Secretaries of State for Scotland, Wales and N. Ireland
Pray for our relationships within the United Kingdom

Botswana, Zimbabwe

Churches Together in South Tyneside

This week’s Prayer Points pdf is unavailable at the time this post was published.

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