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From the Diocesan Prayer Diary produced quarterly

Anglican Cycle of Prayer:
We pray for the United Church of Pakistan and Moderator The Most Revd Humphrey Peters

Diocesan Cycle of Prayer:
Give thanks for all who pray regularly for others, and pray for the development of prayer and spirituality across our Diocese, so all that we plan and do is grounded in a prayerful and joyous commitment to God.

This week, GladtoCare Awareness Week, celebrates the work of all who are involved in the care industry in the UK. Pray for those who staff our local care homes, and for residents. Pray especially that all may be protected and kept safe, in these stressful and difficult times.

Many people in our Diocese area depend on the hospitality and tourist industries for their living. Pray for those whose jobs are no longer there, and also for those businesses looking to re-open, that they may be able to do so safely, and may receive the support they need to be viable.

The Wider View:
Give thanks for the supportive message from Bishop Ark Nitsche, and for the prayers of the Nuremberg Lutheran Church for us at the height of the Covid 19 pandemic. Pray also for the link between Hilpoltstein and Madley whose visit this summer has had to be cancelled

Team Cycle of Prayer:
This week we pray for the people and the life of the parish of St James’ Greete..

Those who are sick or in need
Margaret & family, Sister Sue, Anna, Angela & Austin, Gill & Derek & family, Alma, Cecily Harrison, Glynis & David, Patty Thomas, Sarah & Carl Smith, Daniel Money, Michelle Marsh, Sandra Millichip, Ry Phillips, Michael & Ann, Eddie Howells, Garry, Bruce Waite, Tom Curtis, Lorraine Ghobraal, Beryl Palmer, Wayne Clarke, Dawn Robert & Liam, Bev Foster.

Those who have died recently:
Pat Walker, Andrew Waterworth, Ann Mead.
We pray for those whose anniversaries fall at this time & for those who mourn.