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Give thanks for our neighbour congregations. Pray for the new vicar, Rev Eric Kyte coming to St Johns in August.
Pray for students and teachers as Term 3 begins today. Give thanks for holidays and rest.
Pray for the new born, and soon to be born. Remember Richard and Jannah Carlos Torr
Pray for Mainly Music leaders and participants as they re-gather today after the holidays
Pray for those struggling to pay essential bills, give thanks for Presbyterian Support and the other agencies who are there to help when needed
Continue to pray for the people of Christchurch – broken homes are especially unpleasant in the cold.
Pray about everything and don’t forget to thank God for His answers. Phil 4:6
Pray for the Alpha group as their course draws to a close – may they be encouraged to continue to seek God in their lives and commit to him
Pray for those affected by the recent outbreak of meningococcal disease.
Remember workers. Pray for those facing unemployment or reduced working conditions
Pray for Olive as she leads a service today at Glendale – may God be with her and the team as they minister.
Pray for local schools and that they would be open to Christian ministry.
Pray for the Southern Presbytery as we gather in Cromwell for the Annual meeting
Pray that presbytery may be inspirational and unifying
Pray for our national moderator, Rev Peter Cheyne, may his call to evangelism and discipleship be heard by the Church.
Today (VJ Day) we remember the end of WW2, pray for those still suffering as a result of that war, from all sides.
Give thanks for the growth in the Youth work. Pray for Brendon Lee as he leads and Shelley Marks and Hamish Cuthbertson in their roles.
John Somerfield continues to work with the NZ Police in Bougainville – pray that his work enriches the lives of the local people and he is aware of God’s presence.
Pray for the financial situation of our Church; seek God’s guidance on how we can meet the challenges before us.
Remember the Pray for the people struggling Church Council as to survive on the they meet tonight: Horn of Africa. 12 unity, discernment million are close and boldness. to starvation.
Pray for the ministry of our Church – that we may be real and relevant within this community.
Pray for the small groups that meet in homes and the church this week. May fellowship be deep and the experience of God refreshing for all. Pray for those countries who today are embroiled in conflict. Libya, Syria amongst others.
Pray for our City Council; help them to be wise in tackling this city’s financial burden.
Remember Helen Clark and her work with the United Nations, may they work together for peace and justice in this world.
Give thanks for Support’s Buddy Programme and for those that serve as a Buddy.
Pray for the young people of our city; protect them from the violence that is so often associated with heavy drinking.
Give thanks for Ministry Interns who have served us in the past, and those currently training elsewhere, rise up amongst us new candidates for ministry.
Pray for the West Dunedin Youth and Community Trust. Thank God for the leadership of Dolina Lee and the commitment of the other Trustees.
As you pray consider how you might be God’s answer to your prayers.
Give thanks for the blessing of food and friends to share it with.