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Church Prayers and Intercessions

Church Prayers and Intercessions for Ordinary 14

Let us pray for all people, everywhere, both close to us and far away.
O Lord, Christ and Saviour, we pray for people of every race and belief, and in every kind of need: make your ways known on earth, your saving power among nations.
We pray for our neighbours. Whether they are, literally our neighbours, the people who are next to us now in church. Or, our neighbours in other towns, cities, countries. We pray for those who face an uncertain future, both in this country and across the world. May Your love be seen amongst them, Your love be felt in them, and Your hand be seen to be offered in love, through all Christians, everywhere.
Lord, in your mercy, Hear our prayer.

We pray for all who minister to, and try to help other people. We pray for Charlie and Sam, and Wendy and Richard.  We pray for those who are refugees, some even in their own country. We pray for those who are making a new life for their families, their children, their friends. We bring before you all who follow Christ in His teaching to help their neighbour.

Lord, in your mercy, Hear our prayer.
We pray today for all who are in trouble, who have money problems, who have no money. We pray for those who are about to move from school to the next stage of their life, for those who are uncertain where their life will take them. May Your love guide them, and be a help on their chosen path through life.
Lord, in your mercy, Hear our prayer.

We pray for all who suffer in mind, body, or spirit, and for those who care for them. We pray for the sick; for those who mourn; for those without faith, hope or love.
We pray for any who are in special need of our prayers at this time, especially those known personally to us.  We remember them now in a moment of silence ….
Lord, in your mercy, Hear our prayer.
Jesus Christ is the light of the world, a light which no darkness can quench.  We remember before God those who have died and light a candle to symbolise the light of Christ, which eternally shines and brings hope. We remember ....