Prayer Calendar

The Prayer Calendar aims to encourage and aid prayer for people and parishes in the Diocese of Norwich and around the world.

8 August 2020

Lay Chair: Mary Howard

Those to be ordained priest today in our parish churches.

Dioceses and Bishops: Ogori-Magongo (Nigeria) Festus Davies, Brechin (Scotland) Andrew Swift.
Katakwa (Kenya) John Okude Omuse.

9 August 2020


Those joining in worship in their homes.

Pray for the Province de L’Eglise Anglicane au Rwanda, Laurent Mbanda – Archbishop of L’Eglise Episcopal au Rwanda.

10 August 2020

Clergy: Will Warren, Jennie Hodgkinson. Readers: John Graveling, Evelyn Smith, Susan Wells, David Masters

Dioceses and Bishops: Ohaji / Egbema (Nigeria) Chidi Collins Oparaojiaku, Brisbane (Australia) Phillip John Aspinall.

11 August 2020

Antingham, Northrepps, Overstrand, Sidestrand, Southrepps, Thorpe Market, Trimingham

Clergy: Sian Reading. Readers: Janet Balfour, Tim Bennett, Janet Payne, John Scott

Overstrand The Belfry CofE VA Primary School

Diocese and Bishops: Ohio (The Episcopal Church) Mark Hollingsworth, Bristol (England) Vivienne Faull.
Katanga (Congo) The Rt Revd Bertin Subi

12 August 2020

Aylmerton, Beeston Regis, Gresham, Runton

Clergy: Ruth Adamson. Readers: David Fletcher, Clive Mitchell, Pamela Thompson

Dioceses and Bishops: Oji River (Nigeria) Amos Amankechinelo Madu, British Columbia (Canada) Logan McMenamie.

13 August 2020

Bessingham, Felbrigg, Gunton w Hanworth, Metton, Roughton, Sustead

The Churchwardens and PCC during the vacancy. Reader: Elizabeth Ranger

St Mary's (Endowed) CofE VA Primary School (Roughton)

Dioceses and Bishops: Okene (Nigeria) Emmanuel Onsachi, Buhiga (Burundi) Evariste Nijimbere,
Bujumbura (Burundi) Eraste Bigirimana.

14 August 2020

Clergy: Christian Heycocks. Reader: Julie Rubidge

Authorised Worship Assistants and Diocesan Co-ordinator, Sue Hemsley Halls.

Dioceses and Bishops: Oke-Ogun (Nigeria) Cornelius Adagbada, Bukavu (Congo) Sylvestre Bahati.

Start your day with prayer using social media

By following the Twitter handle @PrayerCalendar, each day at 6am a tweet is sent highlighting parishes and schools people across the Diocese are praying for that day (slimmed down to the 140 character limit). By ‘liking’ the Facebook page here users can receive the full day’s calendar entry, also at 6am each day.

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