Wymondley Baptist Church ask that we pray for the preparations for the annual Christmas
Nativity Procession in Little Wymondley arranged by the Parish and supported by them
and with many village residents joining in. We pray, with them, that the event will
be seen as a clear witness about Christmas truth and also as an expression of unity
between Christians in the village from different backgrounds.
We pray for the ongoing Christian witness of all the member churches of Churches
Together in Hitchin as theyboth host and hold various Carol and Crib Services. During
the Christmas season we pray for our clergy and all those who help administer both
these and other celebratory services which act as a focus both for regular church
attendees and for those looking for spiritual nurture from within our consumer society.
We hold in our prayers today the “Somewhere to Go“ facility that this year will
be hosted over the Christmas period at Walsworth Road Baptist Church by members of
The Built on Faith Bibleway Church. We pray that this may be a rewarding and joyous
experience for all involved.
Christchurch ask for prayers in support of their church members who are working on
the final drafting of the new constitution for their church.
Wymondley Baptist Church ask that we pray as they seek new leadership for the church.
Prayers are especially requested as they adjust to the changes that will follow
as they serve the Lord under a new leader.
As the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity begins, we give thanks for the ministerial
preaching exchanges taking place today and next Sunday, praying that the sharing
of worship and word may be a blessing to each church.
We pray for the United Service of Churches Together in Hitchin at Our Lady's Church
this evening. We especially remember John Maguire of Tilehouse Street Baptist Church
as he is inducted Chair of Churches Together in Hitchin during that service.
We remember for the Taize service taking place at St Mark's Church this evening praying
that the time of reflection in music and word may be a blessing to all who attend.