The reading for Sunday morning’s sermon is Acts Chapter 2 verses 1 – 21 if you would like to follow it.
This morning’s speaker is Charles.
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The prayers for this Sunday have been prepared by Joe Varney, thank you. They are below.
Intercessions for Pentecost – Sunday 31st May 2020
Dear Lord Jesus, I ask for your will to be done for the United Kingdom’s future. I ask that you give us wisdom in all that we do, and I ask Lord for your help in the coming 7 months as we chart a course for our future away from the EU.
Lord, I ask that you guide the steps of Boris Johnson in decision making, and that he will choose the right decisions for this country that will rebuild the UK from the damage the pandemic has caused and restructure our various institutions that are no longer fit for purpose and streamline them into how you want them to be.
I ask Lord that you will send your Holy Spirit this coming Pentecost to heal the sick, comfort the lonely and mend the broken-hearted.
Lord Jesus, I ask for renewal of our spirits and to change us ready for the new wine that you wish to give us.
Lord convict us of any hidden sin, and Lord I ask for mercy, and healing for our souls, and to bring us back to you.
Tomorrow there is Sunday worship at 8.10 am on Radio 4.
On BBC 1 Sunday Worship commences at 10 am with a Service of Celebration for Pentecost, this is followed at 11 am by Sunday Worship led by the Bishop of Hereford.
Songs of Praise, with Kate Bottley hosting, is at 1.15 pm, where the focus is the coming of the Spirit at Pentecost.
A range of services can be found via the St Peter’s link
Church of England virtual Services can be found here
The Daily Hope
Also the Church of England has a free national phone line to provide a simple way that praise and worship can enter people’s homes. Daily Hope, which is available, offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line.
The line – which is available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044 – has been set up particularly with those unable to join online church services during the period of restrictions in mind.
Once again, if you or anyone you know is in need please get in contact with me.