The Parish of the Nativity of the Lord

Parish Prayer Intentions and Petitions

Prayers of Intercession – Parish of the Nativity of the Lord

19 September 2021

25th Sunday of the Year – Cycle B

We pray for all members of our global family, for we are all God’s children. May we listen carefully to God during this season of creation and take action to protect creation, our common home.

Lord in your mercy

We pray for Pope Francis as he starts his four day visit to Hungary and Slovakia where he is to meet with the countries’ Jewish communities. May there be a meeting of minds and successful dialogue.

Lord in your mercy

As students return to schools and universities may they be guided by the Holy Spirit so that they can achieve success and fulfilment of their dreams.

Lord in your mercy

We pray for all those called to be shepherds in our Church and for those who have dedicated their lives to spreading the good news of the gospel, our priests, nuns and lay missionaries that they be guided and protected in their mission by the grace of the Holy Spirit.

Lord in your mercy

We pray for those who have died, especially, Fr Mario Sanderson, Chris Jupp, Betty Murphy, John Treacy and Catherine Reed.   May the Lord carry them safely to his kingdom and comfort those who mourn.

Lord in your mercy

About Us

In May 2009 the Parish of the Nativity of the Lord was officially inaugurated by Bishop Kieran Conry, bringing together in a single united community worshippers from the former Parishes of St Joseph’s in Redhill, Holy Family in Reigate and St Teresa of the Child Jesus in Merstham. Whilst retaining its three Churches, the new Parish is administered as a single Parish under the care of Fr Tony Bridson.  Working with Fr Tony are Deacon Tim Murrill and key groups of lay representatives from the three Churches.

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Thought for the week

The way to ‘greatness’ in the real sense of that word is found through the taking up of the Cross, in service of others and in a real openness to the simplicity that is found in child-like trust.

Bishop Richard Moth