Meetings for Prayer in June

All Saints’ seeks to have an active and regular prayer ministry with a number of informal meetings during the month to which all are very welcome.

Friday 2nd 7.40-8.30am Parish Prayers (20 Market Place)
Tuesday 6th 2.00-3.00pm Julian Meeting (18 Eastfield Court)
Tuesday 6th 8.00-9.00pm Julian Meeting (Call 244 905 for venue)
Wednesday 7th 9.00am Morning Prayer (Lower Asset Room)
Friday 9th 7.40-8.30am Parish Prayers (20 Market Place)
Tuesday 13th 7.15-8.15pm Mission for Faringdon (Barber Rooms)
Wednesday 14th 9.00am Morning Prayer (Lower Asset Room)
Friday 16th 7.40-8.30am Parish Prayers (20 Market Place)
Friday 16th 8.00pm Prayer for the World (Call 240 509 for venue)
Tuesday 20th 8.00-9.00pm Julian Meeting (Call 244 905 for venue)
Wednesday 21st 9.00am Morning Prayer (Lower Asset Room)
Wednesday 21st 10.30-11.30am Prayer for CMS (8 Coach Lane)
Friday 23rd 7.40-8.30am Parish Prayers (20 Market Place)
Wednesday 28th 9.00am Morning Prayer (Lower Asset Room)
Friday 30th 7.40-8.30am Parish Prayers (20 Market Place)

 

Changes to Prayer Groups

Morning Prayer: From the beginning of June this will take place weekly at 9.00am in the Lower Asset Room at All Saints’ on Wednesday mornings instead of Thursday mornings.

Newcomers will always be welcome to join the faithful few in this simple form of readings and prayers to start the day; where we bring to God our praise and thanksgiving as well as any concerns – local and national or international, personal or for the wider church and community.

We bring our prayers to a close at approx. 9.30am. Do come when you can. (We often use the side door rather than the main door but if you want to come and have mobility problems please let us know and we can ensure the main door is open.)

Barbara Mapley

Mission Prayer: This month Mission Prayer will be on the second Tuesday of the month 13th June. We will meet in the Lower Asset Room 7.15-8.15pm.

Do join us as we seek God’s wisdom and grace in making All Saints’ even more impactful in connecting people with the love of Jesus.

John Coleman