Prayer Calendar

Bringing Change Through Contact With Christ

 For Your Prayers this week   

   Pray for the leadership team here at TRBC. Pray particularly for the pastoral transition process and the search for a new pastor.

Pray for those who are elderly and sick in our fellowship - that they receive good and effective medical care and support. Also pray for all their carers.

Give thanks for all those who are able to regularly serve in the life of the church, often behind the scenes. Pray also for more volunteers 

Pray for the various organisations that meet in the church

Commit preparations for our anniversary celebration to God in prayer

Pray for friends and families of victims of violence especially knife and gun crime. Pray for protection and an end to these senseless killings

Pray for those who live in fear, especially our Christian brothers and sisters throughout the world who face being persecuted for their faith.

Continue to pray for the government and all those in authority. Pray especially for the Brexit process

Pray for Youth work and organisations in the church



Prayer Chain

In future, where possible, items for The Prayer Chain should in the first instance be reported  to Michael  Thanks



24 - 7  Prayer

The aim of 24-7 Prayer is Reconciliation

The 24-7 movement seeks to prioritize Christ's two greatest commandments: to love God with all our hearts and to love our neighbors as ourselves (Mark 12:30). We pray and work for reconciliation at three levels: spiritually - where there is broken relationship with God, socially - where there is broken relationship between people, and environmentally - where there is broken relationship with our world. 24-7 Prayer exists, therefore, 'to reconcile the world to God through Jesus Christ'. We seek to do this by mobilising the Church in prayer, mission and justice.