Prayer Calendar

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

27 February 2020

Clergy: Paul Wilkinson, Joy Fernando.

Diocesan Chancellor, David Etherington and Deputy Chancellor, Anthony Trace.

Diocese and Bishops: Malek Rup (South Sudan) Peter Marial Agok; Tokyo (Japan) Francis Xavier Hiroyuki Takahashi; Toliara (Indian Ocean) Todd McGregor.

28 February 2020

Clergy: Geraldine Foster.

Diocesan Registrar, Stuart Jones and Registry Clerk, Joanne Pelan.

Dioceses and Bishops: Malindi (Kenya) Lawrence Dena; Tonj (South Sudan) Peter Yuol Gur.

29 February 2020

Clergy: Geraldine Foster, Michaela Sorensen. Readers: Shirley Blake, Margaret Enger, Elaine Rodgers.

Dioceses and Bishops; Manchester (England) David Walker; Torit (South Sudan) Bernard Oringa Balmoi.

1 March 2020


Pray that our Mission Strategy 2021 may help us proclaim good news across the diocese.
Licensing of Lorna Allies and Edward Carter as joint Rural Deans for Norwich East.

2 March 2020

Breckles, Caston, Great Hockham, Griston, Merton, Stow Bedon, Sturston, Thompson, Tottington

Clergy: Adrian Bell

Caston CofE VA Primary School

Our Archdeacons: Steven Betts, Karen Hutchinson and Ian Bentley.

Dioceses and Bishops: Mandalay (Myanmar) David Nyi Nyi Naing; Toronto (Canada) Colin Robert Johnson.

3 March 2020

Lay Chair: Anne Prentis

The Society of St. Luke, Sheringham and Superior, Andrew Lane.

Dioceses and Bishops: Manicaland (Central Africa) Erick Ruwona;Toungoo; (Myanmar) Saw John Wilme; Hawaii (The Episcopal Church) Robert Fitzpatrick.

4 March 2020

Clergy: James Muggleton

Hindringham CofE VC Primary School

Dioceses and Bishops: Maper (South Sudan) William Madding Machar; Trichy-Tanjore (South India) Gnanamuthu Paul Vasanthakumar.

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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