All Saints Church Prayer Requests
Our Prayer List
During this time of separation, we long to meet together, worship together, comfort each other, and quiet the thunderous doubt roaring in our anxiety.
In our Darkness, we reach out to the Light of Creator.
Dear Family of Christ,
During the coming weeks, you may wish to have a loved one’s name added to our Parish Prayer List. This list is usually included and read in the Prayers of the People each week during the service.
Here, we may hold each other when the Darkness threatens to challenge our Faith. On this page, we hope to list the names of those who wish to have prayers said for them, and for those who wish to pray for them.
We will get through this together.
It has now been added to the Cycle of Prayers. (see below) Please be sure to email or call the office if you wish to have names added to this list which will be updated on a weekly basis. (Click HERE to get to the Contact Page)
You can also join our Prayers of the People Facebook Group community.
Today and everyday, we bring the needs of those in our parish family, our beloved of Christ.
We pray for:
Chantal, Barbara, Margaret, Kay, Chris, Arthur, Jock, Harald, Shirley, Judy, Evelyn, Lee, Lynn, Ellie, Elizabeth, Russ, and people working on the front line.
We pray for the family and friends of Imogene Williams who passed away on May 24, 2020.
Cycle of Prayer –May 31, 2020
In the Anglican Communion worldwide: We pray for La Iglesia Anglicana de Mexico, The Most Rev. Francisco Moreno – Presiding Bishop of La Iglesia Anglicana de Mexico & Bishop of Northern Mexico.
Anglican Church of Canada, Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada: We pray for Linda, our Primate; Mark, our National Indigenous Anglican Bishop; Greg, our Metropolitan; Geoffrey, our Bishop; Jason, the MNO Synodical Bishop; Michael, our Companion Diocese Bishop, for Bishops Andrew Asbil, Peter Fenty, Riscylla Walsh Shaw, Kevin Robertson, Jenny Andison and the people of the Diocese of Toronto.
Diocese of Rupert’s Land: We pray for our congregations and our communities.