PARISH PRAYER DIARY FOR OCTOBER 2021
Hear us Lord, as we pray:
Fri. 1st. That older people may be valued for their life experiences. knowledge, and wisdom.
Sat. 2nd For all who are in training for Ordained Ministry.
Sun.3rd We pray for Farmers and Growers as we partake in our Harvest Festival. For Families in
Need and all who support the work of food banks.
Mon 4th For Tom as he begins his Ministry amongst us
Tues 5th For our Churchwardens and Lay Elders as they support our worship.
Wed 6th For all who support those with mental health issues.
Thurs.7th For all who are inspired to alleviate the effects of climate change.
Fri. 8th For our Members of Parliament and local Councillors.
Sat. 9th For our Bishops Martin and Michael, our Archdeacons and senior clergy in the diocese.
Sun. 10th For Christopher and William and all Choir members as they enhance our worship.
Mon. 11th For an end to knife crime and violence in Ipswich.
Tues. 12th For the housebound and the lonely: for those who visit and support them.
Wed. 13th For Emergency Services personnel: that they remain safe as they go to help others in
Thurs. 14th For all who work to care for the Churchyard; making it a place of peace and rest, for
those who visit.
Fri. 15th For all who find family life difficult.
Sat. 16th For all Charity Workers. We give thanks for the work that they do.
Sun. 17th For our Bell Ringers who call us to worship.
Mon. 18th For all physicians, on St. Luke’s Day
Tues. 19th We remember Henry Martyn: Translator of Scriptures and Missionary in India.
For members of the PCC: the decisions which will be made. For our Ministry to people
in our Town Centre
Wed. 20th For Residents and Carers in Care Homes and Sheltered Housing.
Thurs.21st. For all who work in Tower House; serving the community.
Fri. 22nd For all who are retail workers in the Town Centre.
Sat. 23rd For people of other faiths. That we can all support one another.
Sun. 24th On United Nations Day may all nations work together to ensure peace, prosperity and a
secure future for everyone.
Mon 25th As British Summer time ends, we pray for all who fear the colder weather and the dark
days of winter.
Tues. 26th For the clergy and congregations of our link diocese of Kagera (Tanzania)
Wed. 27th For Police Officers and others who endeavour to keep our streets safe.
Thurs 28th We remember the Apostles Simon and Jude.
Fri. 29th We pray for all who continue to produce Covid vaccines and treatments to manage Long
Sat. 30th We pray for your presence in our lives and give thanks for your love and grace.
Sun 31st For Hospital Chaplains of all faiths. We give thanks for the Spiritual support offered to