Pray for “GROWTH IN PRAYER IN ABBEY”
[Be faithful in your prayers for Abbey, so that all in Abbey may serve and glorify God]
Paul prays: “Be joyful always; pray continually; give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus”. 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18
FLEXIBLE PRAYER TIME
- Pray that you and many others would attend these scheduled prayer meetings (every second and fourth Wednesday of each month, anytime between 7.30 and 9.00 pm).
Note: Corporate prayer is essential as we seek to grow as a family in Christ. “Pray that more will understand and value the importance for discipleship of praying together with others (Matt. 18:20)”
SUNDAY MORNING PRAYER MEETING
- Pray that more members of our congregation would attend this important prayer group.
(It is open to everyone and takes place in the “Prayer Room” between 10.00am -10.30am)
- Pray for blessings and inspiration on PW Leader(s) and all those who support the work done by the group.
- Give thanks for the “pastoral care” shown by the PW when any of their members become ill, or in need.
- Pray for their continued support for the outreach work that is done by Deaconesses and Missionaries.
- Pray for all the leaders of “Home Groups” and their membership.
- Pray for the work done by the Chairman, and his supporting members.
- Pray for success in attracting, in God’s name, many men from our church and the local community to join in fellowship [1st of each month, starting at 6.30pm].
- Pray that our LIFT team volunteers are offered acceptable, safe assignments with good financial support.
FWO COUNT TEAMS
- Pray for those who prepare, distribute, collect, count and lodge the FWO & loose collections.
- Pray for those on the FWO count. Please volunteer your services, because additional help is much needed
- Pray for the leader and members as they enjoy fellowship and scripture together.
- Pray blessings on each member of this “prayer chain” as they pray for all prayer requests. These requests can be placed in the prayer box in the “reception area”.