Monday 1st January - we give thanks for the New Year, help us to remember that God is with us whatever challenges and joys that 2024 will bring
Tuesday 2nd January - we pray and give thanks for all who will travel with us in 2024, that we will support each other.
Wednesday 3rd January - we pray for insomniacs and all those deprived of sleep and rest.
Thursday 4th January - we pray for Israel and Gaza, for the many people now displaced, injured or mourning loved ones.
Friday 5th January – we pray for those managing their heating bills, mortgage and rent increases.
Saturday 6th January - we pray, on the day we celebrate the Epiphany, that we will use our gifts and talents to support our church and local community.
Sunday 7th January - we pray for our clergy teams and plans for the future of the parish.
Monday 8th January - we pray for all those who do research into medicines and pharmaceuticals.
Tuesday 9th January - we pray for our children and young people and their teachers at the beginning of the Spring term.
Wednesday 10th January - we pray for the Welcome Café this morning.
Thursday 11th January - we pray for asylum seekers and those who are processing their claims.
Friday 12th January and - we pray for the Top-Up-Shop, for those collecting the food, running the shop and our shoppers.
Saturday 13th January - we pray for the NHS coping with winter pressures.
Sunday 14th January - we pray for those who run retreat houses and Christian Day centres.
Monday 15th January - we pray for the council workforce keeping our roads open during the winter months.
Tuesday 16th January - we pray for the chaplains to the emergency services, hospitals and hospices.
Wednesday 17th January - we pray for an attitude of kindness and consideration to other people.
Thursday 18th January - we pray at the beginning of the week of Christian Unity that we may be mindful of out brothers and sisters throughout the world and the work of the World Council of Churches.
Friday 19th January - we pray for those running Refuge houses and telephone help lines.
Saturday 20th January - we pray for those suffering with mental health issues and that money will be available for staffing and suitable treatments.
Sunday 21st January - we pray for good relations between faiths. That there will exist respect, acceptance and appreciation of the rich diversity of our world, cultures, forms of expression and ways of being human.
Monday 22nd January - we pray for the people of Ukraine and the ongoing war with Russia.
Tuesday 23rd January - we pray for the diocese of Kagera and the challenges they face.
Wednesday 24th January - we pray, on International Education Day, for all who work in education and that children worldwide will receive a good education.
Thursday 25th January - we pray, on the day we celebrate the conversion of St. Paul, for all new Christians.
Friday 26th January - we pray for those struggling with the cost of living and fearful for the future, for Debt Agencies helping people to manage their money.
Saturday 27th January - we pray on World Holocaust Day for those still suffering and that our world will become a better place to live in.
Sunday 28th January - we pray that parents may bring their children to church for baptism, and those considering confirmation.
Monday 29th January - we pray for School and College chaplains and school staff supporting vulnerable students.
Tuesday 30th January - we pray and give thanks for our friends, pets and close companions.
Wednesday 31st January - we pray for those who compile crosswords, puzzles and problems to keep our minds active.
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