We pray for all members of the Government, and the scientific community advising on strategy, as the battle against Coronavirus continues.
We pray for the Armed Forces of the Crown and all those serving abroad.
We hold in our prayers all those who enable our churches to maintain and develop an online presence.
We pray for members of the PCC meeting this evening.
We pray for the Town of Ipswich and all who live and work here, particularly in the retail and service sectors.
We pray for all those standing for election in local councils. We pray for integrity, honesty and fairness in all those who hold office.
We pray for the clergy and people of our link diocese of Kagera in Tanzania.
We give thanks for all those who care for our churchyard and church grounds and make them a haven of peace and tranquility.
We pray for the work of the Mothers’ Union throughout the Diocese.
We pray for all organisations and individuals involved in Tower House.
We hold in our prayers those who work at Ipswich Hospital. We give thanks for their steadfast commitment in times of national crisis.
We pray for members of the judiciary, legal profession and for all involved in the administration of justice.
We give thanks for our ascended Lord.
We pray for all those struggling with unemployment and debt.
We pray for those who have recently died and all those who mourn.
16th May We hold before God all those being treated, comforted and supported at EACH.
We give thanks for the work of the Police in keeping us safe.
We hold in prayer the APCM meeting taking place this evening and for those who will take on roles of responsibility within our church.
We pray for all those who are about to be married at this time of continued COVID restrictions.
We pray for good relations, tolerance and understanding between people of all faiths.
We pray for all those who suffer domestic abuse and for those individuals and organisations which offer a safe haven.
We pray for all those responsible for parks, gardens and open places of recreation.
On the feast of Pentecost, we pray that we are open to the Holy Spirt in our daily lives.
We pray for all those who struggle with mental health and those who seek to help them.
We pray for our homes, families and friends and all whom we love.
On the feast day of St Augustine of Canterbury, we pray for all church leaders and especially our Archbishops Justin Welby and Stephen Cottrell.
We pray for all those keeping music alive in our churches and cathedrals and for future growth and recruitment of choristers.
We pray for all those engaged in agriculture in our county.
We pray for all pupils and teachers in schools across our town and county as the disruption to education over the last year is addressed.
On this Trinity Sunday we give thanks for one God in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
We pray for the housebound and lonely, remembering those in our church community who are resident in care homes.