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Midday Prayers & Wave of Prayer

2021 & 2022 Midday Prayers

Everyday we pray for Mothers’ Union through our Midday Prayers. You can download our current prayers here

 

December 2021 Midday Prayers

January 2022 Midday Prayers

Our Midday Prayers and Wave of Prayer  are included as an option on the Church of England Daily HOPE phone line. The free phone line also includes  materials also available digitally by the Church of England’s Communications team and a recording of the Church of England weekly national online service. We know that a majority of Mothers’ Union members are not connected to the internet or have weak internet connections. Therefore, we are delighted that they will now be able to listen in fellowship to our prayers which unite our movement and it’s 4 million members every day.

The Daily HOPE phoneline number is free and available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044 (for Mothers’ Union midday prayers please press option 5 and then option 9)

If you have online access please do join us daily at 12:00 (BST) on our Facebook page for our Midday Prayers

 

Wave of Prayer 

 

Our "Wave of Prayer" is a continuous expression of our commitment in prayer to each other. It runs throughout the year so that the work and members of each and every area in which Mothers' Union is active is prayed for at some point. We include this in our Midday Prayers.  You can see which areas we are praying for this month below.

 

Wave of Prayer Calendar 

 

December Wave of Prayer 

Lord we pray for the future of Mothers’ Union worldwide. Today we pray for the people and work of: 

 

        

Wave of Prayer

       1-2   Mpumalanga in South Africa; Central Buganda in Uganda; Zonkwa in Nigeria; Bo in Sierra Leone; Newcastle in England and  Barrackpore in India
  
    3 – 5   Akot in South Sudan; South West Tanganyika in Tanzania; Aba & Irele-Ese Odo in Nigeria; Coventry in England and Cuttack in India
    
          6   Mothers’ Union worldwide

    7 – 9   Namibia; Mount Kenya South in Kenya; Northern Izon & Ijebu North in Nigeria and Durham in England
                              
10 – 12   Lusaka in Zambia; Shyogwe in Rwanda; Sokoto & Ikka in Nigeria;  Ely in England and Karimnagar in India
        
       13   Mothers’ Union worldwide

14– 16   Fianarantsoa in Madagascar; Central Tanganyika in Tanzania; Calabar & Igbomina in Nigeria; Derry & Raphoe in All Ireland and Banks & Torres in  Vanuatu
    
17 – 19   Lui in South Sudan; Embu in Kenya; Orlu & Awori in Nigeria; The Murray in Australia and Medak in India

       20   Mothers’ Union worldwide

21 – 23   Archbishops, Bishops and all clergy in the Anglican Communion

24 – 26   Refugees, internally displaced families and those living in a climate of fear

       27   Mothers’ Union worldwide

 28-30   All involved with the responsibility of caring for and supporting family life

       31   Mothers’ Union worldwide