13 May

 We support The Hub Church in our prayers today as they relaunch their small groups.  We pray with them that their policy of launching “Mini-Hubs” with self chosen themes and activities each term proves revitalising for those groups.

 Walsworth Road Baptist Church ask for prayer to support their Sunday evening “Youth Mix”.  We particularly pray, with them, that Young people join the group aimed at those between the ages of 11 and 16.

 We pray for those who are to be confirmed at St Mark's Church on Thursday evening that they may be blessed at this key moment n their pilgrimage

 We bring to the Lord in prayer the PHASE Fair taking place in the Square on Saturday.  May both raise money and be an effective way of telling people about the great work that PHASE leads in schools.

 We pray with Christchurch for a successful messy Church session that they are hosting next Saturday.



20 May

 We pray for the Pentecost “Party in the Square” today that Churches Together in Hitchin is coordinating.  

 The Hub Church ask our prayers for their proposed daytime Alpha Course.  We pray, with them, that this proves to be feasible with volunteers coming forward.

 We also pray today for the Churches Together in Hitchin Council meeting this  Wednesday as it takes forward its ideas aimed at strengthening relationships between different ages in the town and those aimed at combating loneliness.



27 May

 The Hub Church ask our prayers for the success of their first “Newcomers Afternoon Tea” taking place this afternoon.

 PHASE ask us to pray for Time Trek taking place this Tuesday. We particularly pray for the children from the early school years who will take part.  



3 June

 Built on Faith Church ask that we pray for all those who all members of Covenant Praise Church as they seek new church communities after the closure of their fellowship.  

 Wymondley Baptist Chapel have applied for a student pastor and ask that they continue to explore leadership options. We pray with them that God help them in their planning and also to be open to options that arise.



10 June

 We pray for Sasha Austin-Seade as she leads the PHASE Year 6 transition workshops in Hitchin Primary schools this week.

 We support The Hub Church in our prayers today as their staff team are going away on a three day retreat. We pray with them that this would be a time of prayer and reflection for the team. 

 We remember in prayer today those who are to be confirmed at St Mark's Church this coming Thursday.  We pray that they may be blessed at this key moment in their pilgrimage

 We also remember in prayer today the PHASE Fair in the Square next Saturday.  We pray that the fair both raises money and proves to be an effective way of telling people about the great work of PHASE in so many of Hitchin’s schools.



17 June

 We offer prayers today for The Church of God of Prophecy as they hold their Family Day.

 We also offer prayers for St Faith's as they look forward to their 125th anniversary year and plan for the future.

Christchurch ask for prayer blessings as they enter into their new vision entitled “Growing Together”.



24 June

 St Mark's Church ask us to pray for their memorial service this evening and that it may be a comfort to those who have lost loved ones.

 Similarly, Walsworth Road Baptist Church ask for prayers for their “In L:ove and Remembrance” service taking place this evening.  Dear Lord, we pray that those who have asked that the names of loved ones who have died are read out during the service will be granted Your peace in their hearts.  

 We pray for the leaders of the Sunday morning children’s work at  Tilehouse Street Baptist Church as they look at ways of developing the work and keeping it relevant.  



1 July

 We give thankful prayer for the joint service at Preston today.  All the churches that are part of the Church of England Parish of Hitchin are coming together for this service today.

 We pray with Wymondley Baptist Chapel as they ask God’s help in looking at ways to make further connections with people in the village, so that they may honour Him by being good examples of faith and caring to their community.



8 July

 PHASE offer thankful prayer for all their volunteers.  The will be saying thank you by hosting a barbeque for the many helpers and their families this coming Friday and we pray that this will prove to be a splendid community occasion.



15 July

 We offer prayers today for The Church of God of Prophecy as they look forward to the 100th International Assembly of their church taking place this coming week.

 Walsworth Road Baptist Church ask for prayers as they plan ahead for their 150th Anniversary Celebrations in 2019.



22 July

 On Wednesday and Friday this week Tilehouse Street Baptist Church will be holding their annual ‘Holiday at Home’.  Please pray that those who come enjoy all that is planned and experience the love of God in their lives.  We give thanks for all those who are helping in any way over the two days.

 Christchurch ask for prayer blessings on Revd John Hardaker and his wife Jill as, during the summer break, they prepare to move on to John’s new appointment.

 We offer prayers today for The Church of God of Prophecy as they look forward to their Family Day out next Saturday.  We pray that it proves to be a day of good fellowship and mutual support.



29 July

 We pray today for The Hub Church’s annual Members Away Day, where people who have taken the extra commitment of becoming 'members' of that church gather together for an afternoon of worship, teaching and fun, and to discern the vision for their church for the year ahead.

 Pray for the Rev Jeni McQuaid as she leads worship at St Mark's Church for her last time as curate and prepares to take up her new post as Vicar of St Paul's Letchworth 




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