There are many things we can be praying for. The items in this post are drawn from some of the Prayer cycles we are involved with.
Pray for those known who suffer in body, mind, spirit or estate.

The Collect for this week
Almighty God,
by the prayer and discipline of Lent
may we enter into the mystery of Christ’s sufferings,
and by following in his Way
come to share in his glory;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Amen.

From Durham Diocese

Sunday 28th February
Second Sunday of Lent

– University Chaplains – Revd Anna Brooker, Revd Tim Ferguson, Revd Peter Kashouris, Revd Gavin Wort, Revd David Rushton (Durham) Revd Chris Howson (Sunderland)
– Iglesia Anglicana Central de America: Most Revd Julio Murray Thompson

Monday 1st March
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– Interviews for St Herbert’s, Darlington
– Tees Valley Industrial Mission Chaplains. Northumbria Industrial Mission Chaplains, led by Mrs Fiona Usher
– Diocese of Armidale, Australia New South Wales: The Rt Revd. Rod Chiswell
– The NHS, Hospital Staff, local GP practices, the rollout of vaccinations

Tuesday 2nd
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– Our Bishops – Paul, Sarah, Assistant Bishops: John, Glyn, & David
– Diocesan Retreat House, Shepherds Dene, Interim Warden: Philip Davies
– The Diocese of Arochukwu /Ohafia – Nigeria: Rt Revd Johnson C. Onuoha
– Funeral Directors & those ministering to the families of those who died

Wednesday 3rd
– Bishop’s Leadership Team
– Lanchester Deanery – Area Dean: Revd Steph Clark, Lay Chair: Mrs Susan Brown
– New Adviser in Pastoral Care & Counselling & Clergy Wellbeing: Simon Rose
– The Diocese of Aru – Congo: The Rt Revd Georges Titre Ande

Thursday 4th
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– Lanchester Deanery Synod – Secretary: Mrs Elsie Fairlamb, Treasurer: Mrs Karen Boyd
– Vocations Strategy Development Adviser: Revd Dr Alastair Prince
– Missionary Diocese of Asaba – Nigeria: The Rt Revd Justus N. Mogekwu
– Those living in poverty, for those in work whose income is too small to maintain domestic life

Friday 5th
– Consett, Christ Church – Vacant, Reader: Clive Gray
– Diocesan Chancellor: Adrian Iles, Registrar: Phillip Wills
– Diocese of Asante-Mampong: Ghana: Most Revd Cyril Kobina Ben-Smith
– An Increase in vocations to ministry in each Deanery in the Diocese
– Those working to reduce the effects of climate change

Saturday 6th
– Diocesan Secretary: James Morgan, all who normally work at Cuthbert House
– The Diocese of Saint Asaph – Wales: The Rt Revd Gregory Cameron
– Pray for victims of clerical sexual abuse

From the Parish Cycle

Those living in
Lindsay Court
Geoffrey Street

Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor
Pray for the courts, probation service, prison service and justice system

Portugal, Spain, Italy, Malta

Churches Together in South Tyneside

This week’s Prayer Points pdf is available here.