A Prayer from the Church of England
Please Pray for:
Pauline, Margaret and Peter
Freda, Grace, Betty
Sheila, Shirley, Emma
HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh.
Eternal Father strong to save,
whose arm doth bind the restless wave,
who bidd'st the mighty ocean deep
its own appointed limits keep:
O hear us when we cry to thee
for those in peril on the sea.
teach us to be faithful
in change and uncertainty,
that trusting in your word
and obeying your will
we may enter the unfailing joy
of Jesus Christ our Lord.
Click here for this month's Deanery prayer request.
Prayer in Church
This week's prayers:-
The new Coronavirus guidelines allow private prayer in Church. St Andrews will not be open for this.
If you or your lockdown buddies feel a need for a prayerful time in the Church then Contact Rev Chris.
to read the Prayer Page for this week.
Hold in your hearts the victims of violence and pray for peace.
Request the Father's healing grace for those in Hospital or recovering at home.
Support with your prayers those who are coping with grief or bereavement.
Pray for practical solutions for the Homeless, Hungry and Helpless.
Pray for someone that you know.
If you feel the need for prayer for yourself, or someone you know or you would like a name added to the Prayer List used during our Services. You can Email a request to our intercessors at email@example.com .
Please indicate whether they should be mentioned as "In Hospital", "At Home", or "In Rememberance".
We will only use their Forename and will not mention the reason for their inclusion unless you specifically ask for that.
We have placed a locked box in the Hall so that you may ask for prayer. Only the Ordained Clergy have access to
the key. Requests will be used at "Morning Prayers" and then the note will be offered to God and shredded
to maintain confidentiality.
If you know of someone in need of a home visit or other pastoral care then please fill in a request slip (At the
back of the Church)and give it to John Sweetman (01622 728233).