Pray Your Part

We have a calling to pray for our nation as we look to a General Election.

Election resources Pray Your Part

Pray today

Pray for Oxford St Clement: Mark Hay - Rector, Joanna Tarassenko, Theresa Gray, Judith GrettonDann, Beth Ruckman. For Mark, our new Rector, as he and his wife Kate continue to settle into the parish. That as a church we would continue to listen well to the different voices of those around us in the community.

Celebrating with Pride

God who delights in us, you love us from the inside. Every thought and feeling, uttered and held in silence, is known to you and precious to you.

Help us discover that you mean us to grow into who we are and no other. Give us the peace that passes all fear and rejection. Amen.

Pray for the election

With the UK General Election on the horizon, Bishop Steven urged Diocesan Synod to pray for the nation.

Why is the Church called to pray during a General Election? What are we to pray for?

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