May Prayer Points

9th-15th May

  • Airdrie –  Give thanks for the encouragement of the MET Bible study groups.
  • Glasgow –    Continue to pray that the Session and congregation will know God’s guidance and blessing in seeking the services of an assistant church planting minister.
  • North Edinburgh – Give thanks that last Lord’s Day they had three ladies come into membership.  Give thanks for the encouragement this is to the congregation.
  • Stornoway – Continue to pray for the growth of the congregation.
  • Stranraer –    Continue to pray that God would send two new people to worship with us regularly before the end of the year.

 

2nd-8th May

  • Airdrie –  Give thanks for the men coming to do pulpit supply.
  • Glasgow –    Pray that the Session and congregation will know God’s guidance and blessing in seeking the services of an assistant church planting minister.
  • North Edinburgh – Please pray that we’ll get back into our regular venues for services soon. We haven’t been in them since early March 2020. Services since then have been online, or outside, or evening services in a local church building (who very kindly gave us permission to use it at times when they weren’t). In fact, please join us in asking God to provide us with a building of our own.
  • Stornoway – Pray for the growth of the congregation.
  • Stranraer –    Pray that God would send two new people to worship with us regularly before the end of the year.

 

25th April – 1st May

  • Airdrie –  Pray for those in the congregation awaiting test results and medical procedures.
  • Glasgow –    Pray that several who have expressed interest in joining in worship when we resume with unrestricted numbers in May will do so.
  • North Edinburgh – Keep praying that the church will grow most of all by God bringing in those who He draws from darkness into light.
  • Stornoway – Give thanks for the monthly book fellowship.
  • Stranraer –  Pray that the current morning sermon series on Nehemiah will be significant for us as a congregation as we pray and work to see the congregation revitalised.
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