9th April 2014.
Dear Prayer Partners,
Here are this week’s prayer requests…
' for the large team of Street Angels that were out on Friday night (17) – bolstered by a large number of the Soul Survivor youth team. Praise God for all that they were able to do and for one particular positive conversation that was had.
for Serwah , our new team member at Tesco’s Extra, that she has made a good start last week.
' that Andrew and his team have been asked to take a service at River Court Nursing Home on Good Friday.
' For the work of the Tudor Surgery team in the surgery and in the community. Give thanks for a new referral this week.
Pray ' For the homeless community, which seems to have a greater presence on the street –please pray for their protection and comfort and that Jesus will walk with them.
' For the three lads that we prayed with by one of the Soul 61 Street Angels. That they are moved towards a fully relationship with Jesus
' for guidance and wisdom in moving forward with a new Street Angels rota and that more volunteers come forward for all the chaplaincy projects
' for the trustees meeting next Tuesday, most of which will be spent in prayer. Pray that the Lord would speak and guide and direct the team- Dave, chairman, Neville, Colin, Jonathan, Jan, Tony and Alan
' For Richard as he has his knee operation next Thursday, that nothing would stop the operation going ahead and that it would be successful
' For the Good Friday walk of witness in town, that it would indeed be a good witness and be well received and taken notice of.
' For R and K’s new granddaughter who was born prematurely, for good health and protection for her and her Mum,
' For R , for healing from arthritis and other health issues.
' For the Residential Homes team who visit River Court, Lancaster Court and The Chase, that the residents and staff would be receptive particularly to the message of Easter.
Wishing you all a very happy Easter, and thank you for your prayer support. Do remember to join us for our prayer day on Wednesday 14th May at St Mary’s Church- 10 am until 4pm and then 7pm -8pm in the evening.