St. Leonard, Clent
© Clent PCC 2019 

Bible Readings

First Reading:  Isaiah 62. 1 - 5 Psalm: 35 2nd Reading: 1. Corinthians. 12 The Gospel Reading: John 2.  1 - 11 Hear the dulcet tones of David Suchet (‘Hercule Poirot’) read the text to you.    

Collect & Prayer

Almighty God, whose Son revealed in signs and miracles the wonder of your saving presence: renew your people with your heavenly grace, and in all our weakness sustain us by your mighty power; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. God of all mercy, your Son proclaimed good news to the poor, release to the captives, and freedom to the oppressed: anoint us with your Holy Spirit and set all your people free to praise you in Christ our Lord.   

Intercessions

As a corporal act of mercy, please offer the following topics for prayer this week for_ • Justin our Archbishop, John our Bishop, Graham the Bishop of Dudley, for Nikki our Archdeacon, Andrew our Rural Dean, T%ichard our Priest, Sue our Curate-in-Charge/Priest, for the Clergy, Readers and Layminsters of the Stourbridge Deanery, our ALM Team and visiting Clergy, the Church Wardens of our group of Churches; our Musical Directors, Organists and Choirs, and our Administrators Christine & Chrissy. • The homes and families of Kings Meadow, Clent • Pupils and staff of Clent Primary School • Relations between Jews and Christians. We pray for those suffering in body, mind or spirit; may they know your presence alongside them in their time of need, including: Felicity Willows, Marilyn Hiscock, Ted Anstey, Judy Moyes, Nina Moyes, John and Hazel Smith, Dan Taylor, Geoff Skelding We pray, for those mourning the death of loved ones especially for the family and friends of; Stephen Edwards, Donald Rowlinson, Aimee Taylor, Joyce Hall (nee Rutter) Elsie White, Peter Woollaston, Len Hollyhead, Ursula Strong, Ernest Lane, Bill Carter
PRAYER
St. Leonard
© Clent PCC

Bible Readings

First Reading:  Isaiah 62. 1 - 5 Psalm: 35 2nd Reading: 1. Corinthians. 12 The Gospel Reading: John 2.  1 - 11 Hear the dulcet tones of David Suchet (‘Hercule Poirot’) read the text to you.    

Collect & Prayer

Almighty God, whose Son revealed in signs and miracles the wonder of your saving presence: renew your people with your heavenly grace, and in all our weakness sustain us by your mighty power; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. God of all mercy, your Son proclaimed good news to the poor, release to the captives, and freedom to the oppressed: anoint us with your Holy Spirit and set all your people free to praise you in Christ our Lord.   

Intercessions

As a corporal act of mercy, please offer the following topics for prayer this week for_ • Justin our Archbishop, John our Bishop, Graham the Bishop of Dudley, for Nikki our Archdeacon, Andrew our Rural Dean, T%ichard our Priest, Sue our Curate-in-Charge/Priest, for the Clergy, Readers and Layminsters of the Stourbridge Deanery, our ALM Team and visiting Clergy, the Church Wardens of our group of Churches; our Musical Directors, Organists and Choirs, and our Administrators Christine & Chrissy. • The homes and families of Kings Meadow, Clent • Pupils and staff of Clent Primary School • Relations between Jews and Christians. We pray for those suffering in body, mind or spirit; may they know your presence alongside them in their time of need, including: Felicity Willows, Marilyn Hiscock, Ted Anstey, Judy Moyes, Nina Moyes, John and Hazel Smith, Dan Taylor, Geoff Skelding We pray, for those mourning the death of loved ones especially for the family and friends of; Stephen Edwards, Donald Rowlinson, Aimee Taylor, Joyce Hall (nee Rutter) Elsie White, Peter Woollaston, Len Hollyhead, Ursula Strong, Ernest Lane, Bill Carter
PRAYER