Daily Prayer Intentions

Prayer Intentions for St Marks June 2019

1st    Thy Kingdom Come – join with the global call to prayer for 5 people
2nd   TK for God’s blessing on all attending services at St Mark’s today
3rd   TKC* – pray for the Government and all in positions of responsibility
4th    TKC* - our pre-school Play and Praise group meeting today
5th    TKC* - meditations in the Church at 1000, 1100 and 1200
6th    TKC* - Workbox group meeting this morning
7th    TKC* - businesses in Highcliffe that they will have a good season
8th    TKC* - continue praying for 5 people to come to know Jesus
9th    Pentecost: Birthday of the Church - for Christians around the world
10th   The new Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council
11th   The Open the Book team in Highlife St Mark
12th   Pray for the people and things making the headlines today
13th   Give thanks for Highcliffe Medical centre and all who work there
14th   People who are struggling after natural disasters
15th   An estimated 245 million Christian face persecution for their faith
16th   Trinity: Rejoice in God revealed as Father, Son and Holy Spirit
17th   That we will do all we can to care for our environment
18th   For those engaged in conflict resolution and in peace-keeping roles
19th   For all who have dementia and those who care for them
20th   Pray for dentists and other services in Highcliffe
21st   Knife crime – that young people will find ways of living in peace
22nd   Families with children struggling to make ends meet
23rd   For God’s blessing on all attending Churches in Highcliffe today
24th   The staff and students at Highcliffe High School
25th   Police and all engaged in national and international security
26th   Pray for God’s blessing on all in nursing and care homes
27th   Eve’s project and the group making hygiene kits for girls in Kinkiizi
28th   Pray for God’s blessing and protection for Street Pastors
29th   Give thanks for all the blessings you have received
30th   Breakfast @ 9 and all who enjoy the informal worship service



 


 

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