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Prayer Diary for March

And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God. Micah 6:8 

St Mary’s

Pray for the After-School club at Walberton and Binsted Primary school on 1st-2nd April. 
Pray for the Mothers' Union Lenten Lunch and for the projects supported by the MU.

Our Community

This month we pray for the residents of Walberton Green, West Walberton Lane and Wandleys Lane for a sense of God's presence in their lives.
On Education Sunday we pray for all those involved in education, headteachers, teachers, assistants, governors and for the children in their care. 
Pray for the local minibus service and for those who volunteer to keep it running. 

Our Nation

Thank God for our Mothers and those who support and encourage us. Pray for those for whom Mothering Sunday is a difficult time.
Pray for communities recovering from flooding last month, that long term measures may be put in place.
Pray for police and regional crime officers working to identify and tackle the exploitation of children through county lines drug networks, also for organisations helping to rehabilitate and protect young poeple who have been drawn in.                                     Pray for initiatives supported by Sport Relief to reduce homelessness, to help those experiencing domestic violoence and to provide mental health support.

The World

Pray for those working to treat, contain and research the effects of Coronavirus that an effective vaccine may be produced. Pray for all those affected and for those who mourn loved ones.                                                                                                              This month we pray for Europe:
Pray for guidance and integrity in the negotiations between the UK and EU over future relations and trade measures. 
Pray for the Eupropean Council as it considers new propsals designed to improve EU asylum rules and ensure asylum seekers are treated fairly and equally across the EU.

The Church

We join in the World Day of Prayer, prepared by women in Zimbabwe on the theme "Rise! Take your mat and walk", reflecting on the difficulties and unrest that continue to affect their country, and praying that we too would seek love, peace and reconciliation in our own societies.