brinkburn road, darlington, DL3 6DX

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A church for people of all ages in the heart of the community

MONTHLY PRAYERS

 

 

ST MATTHEW AND ST LUKE'S PRAYER DIARY - OCTOBER

 

Tuesday

1st

For the children and staff of Corporation Road School and the “Open the Book” team from St. Matthew’s

Wednesday

2nd

For all those who live in Major Street

Thursday

3rd

For the continued work of all the food banks here in Darlington

Friday

4th

For those who farm the land and fish the sea

Saturday

5th

For those taking part in the Bible Society walk today

Sunday

6th

For the Harvest and Pet service being held today and the baptism of baby Marcello Miconi and his parents Victoria and Davide

Monday

7th

For the work of the Scripture Union and young people in this country and abroad

Tuesday

8th 

For all those who foster children and young people

Wednesday

9th

For all Civil Servants, local and national preparing for Brexit

Thursday

10th

For all those who live in Harrison terrace

Friday

11th

For the continued work of the food bank based at St. Mary’s, Cockerton

Saturday

12th

For Christians and other minorities suffering persecution

Sunday

13th

For the success of the Diocesan WAYMARK conference being held this weekend and all the churches within the Diocese and their clergy

Monday

14th

For all those whose work goes unnoticed but benefits so many

Tuesday

15th

For the PCC meeting tonight as they discuss the many issues facing both Parish and Deanery

Wednesday

16th

For all those who live in Cartmell Terrace

Thursday

17th

For all those who rely on the support of Age UK either in the home or through one of their activities at Bradbury House

Friday

18th  

For the life and work of St. Luke one of our patron saints

Saturday

19th 

For all those who find friendship in the lunch clubs that are held around the town and especially our own held in the Willow Road Community Centre

Sunday

20th

For baby Reese Francesca being baptised today and her family and friends

Monday

21st 

For all grandparents who take on the child care of grandchildren

Tuesday

22nd

For those serving on Diocesan and Deanery Synods

Wednesday

23rd

For the work of Alcoholics Anonymous

Thursday

24th

For the work of Age UK and other agencies who care for the elderly as the colder weather approaches

Friday

25th  

For the work of those who help those addicted to gambling

Saturday

26th

For the Wardens and Deputy Wardens who serve our church

Sunday

27th

For our annual Memorial Service

Monday

28th

For the success of the children’s club being held this half term

Tuesday

29th

For the work of the “Samaritans” as they continue to help those who find themselves desperate with no-one else to turn to

Wednesday

30th

For those who work with those who find themselves addicted to drugs

Thursday

31st

For our Government as we prepare as a country to leave the European Union today and our future