This Weeks Midweek Prayer Time

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"Lord, to whom can we go? "

The fifth of our Midweek Prayer Time focuses these words spoken by Peter.

The picture this week is detail taken from a much larger cartoon for a tapestry drawn by Raphael.

There is a short psalm, a reading from John's Gospel, and prayers from a variety of sources.

  • Why not invite those you would usually worship alongside to join you?
  • Perhaps a 'Zoom' prayer time together or WhatsApp video call or Skype chat?

You can download this weeks Midweek Prayer Time by clicking on the PDF under the picture.

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