Prayer Diary for August
|1||For all who are on holiday at this time that they may feel refreshed in mind and spirit.
Broadgate Avenue, Broadwood Close, Broughton Street.
|2||For all who work in Beeston
Boulevard Industrial Estate, Canalside, Carisbrooke Avenue.
|3||For all who live in Care Homes in the parish and those who care for them
Cartwright Way, Carwood Road, Cavendish Place.
|4||Jean-Baptist Vianney, Cure d’Arts, Spiritual Guide1859
For the emergency services
Cedar Avenue, Cedar Court, Charlotte Grove.
|5||Oswald, King of Northumbria, Martyr 642
That like Oswald, we too may bear our Cross before the world
Chestnut Avenue, Chilwell Road, Church Street.
|6||The Transfiguration of Our Lord
That we, too, may bear witness to Christ.
City Road, Clifford Avenue, Clifton Street.
|7||John Mason Neale, Priest, Hymn Writer, 1866
For Parliament as it strives to accomplish the Brexit negotiations.
Clinton Street, Collin Street, Collington Street.
|8||Dominic, Founder of the Order of Preachers, 1221
For the diocese of Qu’Appelle, Canada and its bishop, Rt. Rev. Rob Hardwick (our former curate) as they are remembered throughout the Anglican Communion today
Commercial Avenue, Coniston Road, Cornwall Avenue.
|9||Mary Sumner, Founder of the Mothers’ Union, 1921.
For the Mothers’ Union in this parish and diocese and throughout the world.
Cotswold Court, Coventry Road, Cromwell Road.
|10||Laurence, Deacon at Rome, Martyr, 258
For all who work in the medical professions
Cross Street, Cyprus Avenue, Cyprus Drive.
|11||Clare of Assisi, Founder of the Minoresses (Poor Clares) 1253,
John Henry Newman, Priest, Tractarian, 1890
For the sisters of the Community of the Holy Cross, Rempstone
Cyril Avenue, Dagmar Grove, Dallas York Road.
|12||International Youth Day
For members of our Sunday School, Messy Church, ABC2 and the youth of our parish.
David Grove, Denison Street, Dennis Avenue.
|13||THE NINTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY Proper 14
For the revival of the life of the church
Derby Road, Derby Street, Devonshire Avenue
|14||Maximillian Kolbe, Friar, Martyr, 1941
For those who have died for their faith
Dovecote Lane, Dunsmore Close, Devonshire Avenue.
|15||The Blessed Virgin Mary
As we pray for the mother of Jesus, so we also pray for all mothers
East Crescent Eaton Close, Ellis Grove.
|16||For those separated from their families for whatever reason
Elm Avenue, Elswick Drive, Endsleigh Gardens.
|17||For all who are in hospital at this time or who need our prayers
Enfield Street, Evelyn Street, Farfield Avenue.
|18||For prisoners and their families
Fellows Road, Firs Avenue, Fletcher Road.
|19||For the victims of crime
Foster Avenue, Gale Close, Georgina Road.
|20||THE TENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY Proper 15
That in our pilgrimage we may follow God’s will
Gladstone Street, Glebe Street, Grace Avenue.
|21||For our parish of Beeston as it is remembered in the Diocesan Prayer Diary today
Grange Avenue, Grasmere Road, Grassy Lane.
|22||For journalists and all who work in the media
Grenville Road, Grove Street, Hall Croft.
|23||For peace in the world and for those serving as peacemakers.
Hampden Grove, Harcourt Street, Hartley Drive.
|24||Bartholomew the Apostle
That we too may be witnesses to the resurrection of Jesus
Hassocks Lane, Hawthorne Road, Heard Crescent.
|25||For our Prayer and Bible Study Groups
Heather Rise, Henry Road, Herald Close
|26||For our Christian brothers and sisters and those of other faiths in our parish
Hetley Road, High Road, Highfield Close
|27||THE ELEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY Proper 16
For grace that we may remain firm on the foundation of the Gospel
Hillside Crescent, Hillside Road, Holden Road.
|28||Augustine, Bishop of Hippo, Teacher of the Faith, 430
For farmers and those who work on the land
Humber Road, Humber Road South, Hutton Close.
|29||The Beheading of John the Baptist
For the victims of violence
Imperial Avenue, Imperial Road, Ireland Avenue.
|30||John Bunyan, Spiritual writer, 1688
For our neighbours
Ireton Street, Jasmine Close, Kenilworth Court.
|31||Aidan, Bp of Lindisfarne, Missionary, 851
That we may be steadfast in our faith and active in God’s service.
Members of our congregation who live outside the parish.