Prayer Diary for March 2018
|1||David, Bp of Menevia, Patron of Wales, c601
For those in education and in particular for our local schools.
Rockwood Close, Rose Grove, Tot Avenue.
|2||Chad, Bishop of Lichfield, Missionary, 672
Women’s World Day of Prayer
For women throughout the world, especially women in Suriname who have prepared this year’s service.
Rylands Close, Rydal Drive, Salisbury Street.
|3||For vocations to ministry
Salthouse Court, Salthouse Lane, Saxton Close
|4||THE THIRD SUNDAY OF LENT
For insight to discern God’s will
Scott Avenue, Sidney Road, Silverwood Road.
|5||For Time Travelling which begins today in Southwell Minster
Simons Court, South Road, Station Road.
|6||For the housebound
Stoney Street, Styring Street, Suffolk Avenue.
|7||Perpetua, Felicity and their Companions, Martyrs at Carthage, 203
For those persecuted for their faith
Sycamore Court, Tattershall Drive, Technology Drive
|8||Edward King, Bp of Lincoln, 1910; Felix, Bp., Apostle to the Angles 647; Geoffrey Studdart Kennedy, Priest, Poet 1929
For those who minister to the armed forces, particularly as Chaplains
Templar Road, The City, The Cloisters.
|9||For those suffering from financial hardship
The Dovecotes, The Parrs, The Poplars.
|10||For the homeless and the work of the Hope Project
The Square, Thorndyke Close, Thyra Grove.
|11||THE FOURTH SUNDAY OF LENT Mothering Sunday
For all mothers and carers
Tracey Close, Trafalgar Road, Trevor Road.
|12||For the emergency services
Turnpike Lane, Union Street, Venn Court.
|13||For the work of Christian charities.
Vernon Avenue, Victory Road, Villa Street.
|14||For all who seek to improve the environment in which we live
Waldemar Grove, Warwick Avenue, Waterloo Road.
|15||For the PCC which meets this evening
Waverley Avenue, Wenson Avenue, West Crescent.
|16||For farmers and the rural communities
West End, Westward Avenue, Wharton Crescent
|17||Patrick, Bishop, Missionary, Patron of Ireland, c405
For Messy Church which takes place today
Wilkinson Avenue, Willoughby Close, Willoughby Street,
|18||THE FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT – Passiontide begins
For all who have been baptised in the past year
Wimpole Road, Windrush Close, Windsor Street.
|19||Joseph of Nazareth
Wollaton Crescent, Wollaton Road, Woodside Road.
|20||Cuthbert, Bp of Lindisfarne, Missionary. 687
For Paul, Bishop of Southwell & Nottingham, Tony, Bishop of Sherwood and our Assistant Bishops.
Acaster Close, Albert Road, Albion Street.
|21||Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, Reformation Martyr 1556
For Father Wayne, Father Rob and Rev. Kirstine and their families.
Alexandra Crescent, Alford Close, Alwyn Court.
|22||For students and those in higher education
Anderson Crescent, Appleton Road, Arden Close.
|23||For parents and grandparents
Ashfield Avenue, Avon Place, Barrydale Avenue.
|24||Walter Hilton of Thurgarton, Augustinian Canon, Mystic, 1396
Oscar Romero, Archbishop of San Salvador, Martyr, 1980
For all who have suffered for their faith
Barton Street, Beacon Road, Beech Avenue.
|25||PALM SUNDAY United Nations’ Day for the victims of slavery.
British Summer Time begins
As Christ rode a servant’s donkey, we pray that we, too, may follow His example of service
Beeston Fields Drive, Beeston Lane, Bexhill Court.
|26||Monday of Holy Week
That God’s house may be a true house of prayer
Birch Avenue, Bourne Close, Bowden Drive.
|27||Tuesday of Holy Week
As Jesus taught at this time, we pray for all who teach the faith.
Briar Close, Broadgate, Broadgate Avenue.
|28||Wednesday of Holy Week
That we may remain true to our faith
Broadwood Court, Broughton Street, Boulevard Industrial Estate
That we may show the love of Christ in the service of others.
Canalside, Carisbrooke Avenue, Cartwright Way
That we may witness to the power of Christ crucified in our churches and in the world
Carwood Road, Cavendish Place, Cedar Avenue
For grace to wait on God
Members of our congregation who live outside the parish.