Dale Street Methodist Church

Leamington Spa

A Prayer Page

hands1Prayer is at the centre of our worship.

Together we express our hopes for the world and for wisdom among our leaders.

We support our community of Leamington, praying for the homeless, for children, and for anyone in need.

We pray together for anyone known to us.

The Prayer Book

The Prayer Book is found during the week in the community room. Anyone who wishes writes requests for prayer at our Sunday service. This includes visitors and members of any group using the church.

Our prayer chain

Anyone who needs the prayers of others can send a request by email,
text 07447PRAYER, or phone 07447 772937.
The request is then circulated throughout the prayer chain of some 40 people.

If you wish your name to be added to the prayer chain so that you can pray for others, please send a message.

In times of disaster

When people are likely to be seriously affected by exceptional events locally, nationally or in the world, a prominently-displayed A-board will announce the opening of the church for prayer.

 

November: A prayer for people around the world  

We are individuals in a world of many billions.  Help us to remember that and be considerate of those in different geographies, who have different lifestyles and are dealing with different challenges. 

We hear stories in the news and read about them in newspapers. 

We think of people in places suffering from natural disasters, the fires in California and Brazil, poor air quality in India and other large cities, and countries suffering from drought or floods.

We think of people in areas of civil unrest.  We see Hong Kong in the News, but also think about challenges in parts of Latin America and Africa.

As we approach Remembrance Sunday we think of those who have suffered through Wars.  But we also remember that War is still all too real for many people, in Syria, the Yemen, and many places that do not come to our attention.

All too often we think of our own concerns.  Help us to appreciate the bigger picture, to respect and pray for people with different views, from different countries and with different challenges, so that we can contribute to making your world a better place for all.

Amen

Nigel Hailey