Call to Pray with Others

At this time in your Saturday and in these uncertain times you are invited to pause and pray with others in our city and across the nation…to the LORD our God, our Father God.

You are encouraged to pray for all those affected by the coronavirus

For family and friends

For families in our community

For NHS and Care Home staff in our city

For our country and our national leaders at this time

Thy Kingdom Come #celebrate

As a Church we took part in the global prayer venture of Thy Kingdom Come earlier this year.
This ran during the 11 days between Ascension and Pentecost….many weeks and months ago now!

Each Saturday at 12 noon we are continuing to ask and seek and knock on Heaven’s door…..’Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done’…..and to pray for up to 5 people we know to meet with Jesus and to experience God’s Kingdom reign in their lives.

This week we focus on the theme of CELEBRATE as we pause to pray with others.

It may seem a strange thing to do at this time but we are invited to spend time with the LORD our God….bringing our prayers of celebration and praise to Him at this time. You may find it helpful to read PSALMS 146 and 149 as you turn to Prayer.

Bring to mind the good gifts God has given you this past week.

Celebrate His amazing grace and kindness and generosity.

Celebrate His acts of goodness to you and others.

Celebrate with the psalmist and the musicians and the dancers!

Daily Devotions for Saturday 24th October, 2020

Morning
Look Upward and Pray to hear and receive from God, the Holy Spirit

Reading : PSALM 119 verse 114

Meditation : take the time to consider these words this Saturday morning.
What are you encouraged and challenged by?

And then take time to Pray in response to this God
Make these words your own

Amen we pray together this new day.

Midday
Pray the Prayer for the Month as your own midday prayer

O Great King of kings
Your kingdom come
We say
Your will be done
In our lives
In your Church
In this world
As it is in heaven
For yours is the eternal kingdom
All the power and heavenly glory
Now and forever
Amen!

Evening
Reading : read the verse again from Psalm 119
Reflect on the words here…. and then Pray in response to what you have read

LORD God, our God, hear our evening prayers.
As we worship you for who you are
As we thank you for your help this day
And name others in need before you
In Jesus’ name, Amen.

A Call to Saturday Evening Prayer

You are invited to pause and pray at this time of the day as you journey into Sunday

You may wish to revisit the Daily Devotions for today

You may wish to be still with God

You are encouraged to name others before Father God

Together we say Amen.

Call to Pray with Others

At this time in your Saturday and in these changing times you are invited to pause and pray with others in our city and across the nation…to the LORD our God, our Father God.

You are encouraged to pray for all those affected by the coronavirus

For family and friends

For your Church Family

For NHS and Care Home staff in our city

For our country and our national leaders at this time

Thy Kingdom Come #adore

As a Church we took part in the global prayer venture of Thy Kingdom Come earlier this year.
This ran during the 11 days between Ascension and Pentecost….many weeks and months ago now!

Each Saturday at 12 noon we are continuing to ask and seek and knock on Heaven’s door…..’Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done’…..and to pray for up to 5 people we know to meet with Jesus and to experience God’s Kingdom reign in their lives.

This week we focus on the theme of ADORE as we pause to pray with others.

We are invited to spend time with the LORD our God….bringing our prayers of praise and adoration to Him at this time. You may find it helpful to read Revelation 5 as you turn to Prayer.

O come let us adore Him
Christ the Lord!

Praise Him!
Praise Him!
Jesus
Our blessed Redeemer!