Parish Cycle of Prayer
Parish Cycle of Prayer

This cycle of prayer is used during Morning Prayer which is held Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 9.30am in church and also during other church services. Please use this prayer cycle for your own daily prayers.

Date

Roads in our Parish

People and other items for prayer

1st

Bournville Avenue
Letchworth Avenue

Bishops, Archdeacons, Rural Dean
and staff in Rochester Diocesan Office

2nd

Haig Avenue
Blaker Avenue

Readers, Church Army Evangelist
Evangelists, Pastoral Assistants.

3rd

Woodhurst
Watson Avenue

Church Wardens, Members of PCC
Members of all parish committees.

4th

Maidstone Road

Church Treasurer and assistants
For wise stewardship of our resources.

5th

Duval Drive
Beatty Road

Servers and those licensed to give
communion.

6th

City Way
Goldings Crescent

All involved in the music of the church
For the enrichment of our worship.

7th

Wilson Avenue
Argyle Close

Parish Administrator, volunteers in the office
Those who keep the church fabric and
grounds attractive and in good condition.

8th

Pattens Lane
Pattens Place

Home/Study groups
Outreach into the community.

9th

Beresford Avenue
Wyles Road

Those living outside the parish who
worship at St Stephens.

10th

Ewart Road
Randall Road

Visitors to occasional services.
New comers. Discovery/support groups.

11th

Cornwallis Avenue
Horsted Avenue

Groups who use the church facilities
Casual visitors to the Welcome Area

12th

Hillview Way
Holland Road

Former incumbents and curates
Priests who assist our clergy

13th

Grafton Avenue
Jackson Avenue

Neighbouring Anglican churches
Other neighbouring churches

14th

Concord Avenue
Crescent Way

Inter-church activities
Contacts with communities other faiths

15th

Magpie Hall Road
Palmerston Road

For ourselves and for the development
of are own ministries.

16th

Park Crescent
Walderslade Road

Young families and our ministry to them
Mothers Union. Care for the homeless.

17th

Chatham Grove
Balfour Road

Children recently baptised and their families
Our godparents and our godchildren.

18th

Horsted Way
The Ridgeway

Residential, nursing and sheltered homes
Staff and members of the Balfour Centre

19th

Primrose Close
Amethyst Avenue

Retired people. Our ministry to them and
theirs to us.

20th

Barberry Avenue
Binland Grove

Davis Estate Community Church
Outreach to the DECC neighbourhood.

21st

Copse Close
Field Close

Children and young people. Sunday Clubs.
Pre-school and other organisations.

22nd

Wallace Road
St Stephen’s Mews

Workers in local shopping areas, super-stores,
hotel and leisure centres.

23rd

Greenway
High View Drive

Local schools. Students and tutors at
colleges and university.

24th

Faraday Close
Gerrard Avenue

Chaplains and visitors to the workplace.
Those whose work takes them abroad.

25th

Hook Close
Hurst Close

Those with health or mobility problems,
in hospital or at home. Hospital chaplains.

26th

Hurstwood
Kemp Close

Those who have died. All who mourn.
Those who conduct funerals. Ministry to the bereaved.

27th

Madden Avenue
Redland Shaw

Local hospitals, surgeries, the Hospice.
All who work in the medical professions.

28th

Shirley Avenue
Thorndale Close

Local prisons. Prison staff. Chaplains and
visitors to prisoners and their families.

29th

Vale Drive
West Drive

Local MPs, MEPs, Local Authority councillors
and officers.  The police and all other
emergency services.

30th

Acre Close
Huntsman Close
Radleigh Gardens

Work of t he Anglican Communion. All
concerned with training of ordinands
Readers, PAs and Evangelists.

31st

New housing in the parish

All local and overseas ministries supported
by our “Away Giving” and other offerings.

 


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