Prayers and Resources for anniversary of the NHS: 5 July

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If your children are going back to school soon you might like to use this to help to talk to them about it. Please click HERE
As we watch torrential rain and storms outside and in our lives,
we can pray the weather.
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Spending family time in the paddling pool? Here are some watery activities you can explore together.  Please click HERE

A special prayer guide created by Rev Jules to enable you to follow along with us. *See note below

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Digital Family Prayer
Adventure Map.
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Thy Kingdom Come Resource Pack. Please click HERE
Another Comforter Resource Pack. Please click HERE
Additional Walking Prayers. Please click HERE
Mother's Union Lockdown Prayers. Please click HERE
A free national phoneline to bring worship and prayer into people’s homes while church buildings are closed because of the coronavirus has been launched by the Archbishop of Canterbury. Please click HERE
Colour and Pray World Map Please click HERE
Creating a Prayer tree Please click Here
Morning Prayers Please click Here
Evening Prayers Please click Here
The Lord's Prayer Please click Here
Manchester Diocesan Prayer Please click Here

Our Diocese is part of Thy Kingdom Come movement which is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray from Ascension (21st May) to Pentecost (31st May 2020) for more people to come to Jesus.

We would like to invite our local Churches
(St Lawrence's & St Anne's) to join Thy Kingdom Come chain of prayers along with churches from over 65 different denominations in 178 countries around the world.

During the 11 days of Thy Kingdom Come, it is hoped that everyone who takes part will:

1. Deepen their own relationship with Jesus Christ;
2. Pray for 5 friends or family to come to faith in Jesus;
3. Pray for the empowerment of the Spirit that we would be effective in our witness

By doing so, "we all commit to play our part in the renewal of the nations and transformations of Communities"
(Archbishop Justin Welby).