The Parish of the Nativity of the Lord

Parish Prayer Intentions and Petitions

Prayers of Intercession – Parish of the Nativity of the Lord

14th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle C) 

3rd July 2022

We Pray:

For Pope Francis, our bishops, priests, and deacons throughout the world that they may continue to be witnesses to the love of Christ for all people.

Lord, hear us.     R. Lord, graciously hear us.

For world leaders, that they bring peace to their lands, be dedicated to truth and honesty in all their actions and work to alleviate the evils of war, hunger, poverty, and inequity. We remember particularly the people of Ukraine and the Holy Land.

Lord, hear us.     R. Lord, graciously hear us.

For those in our community who will be travelling on summer holidays. May they be preserved from danger and enjoy restful times; and for those who will visit our country that they will receive a warm welcome.  

Lord, hear us.     R. Lord, graciously hear us.

For the sick and downhearted, that they may experience healing and peace.

Lord, hear us.     R. Lord, graciously hear us.

For our friends and family members who have died, we remember especially Maria Rosa Da Conceicao Correia, that eternal life may be theirs in the company of Mary and the saints. 

Lord, hear us.     R. Lord, graciously hear us.

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

“You did not choose me; I chose you.” These words of the Lord in this Sunday’s Gospel are for each and every one of us. The Lord chooses me; he chooses you. This choice of the Lord begins at the very first moment of our existence. At the moment of conception we are loved by God, we are His creation. 

Bishop Richard Moth