The Parish of the Nativity of the Lord

Parish Prayer Intentions and Petitions

Prayers of Intercession
Parish of the Nativity of the Lord
11 April 2021
Second Sunday of Easter

1. We pray that on this Divine Mercy Sunday the church will rededicate herself to
living and proclaiming Christ’s mercy.
Lord in your mercy. Hear our prayer.

2. We pray that national leaders will come to the aid of those lacking the basic necessities of life.
Lord in your mercy. Hear our prayer.

3. We pray that those Baptised and Confirmed at Easter will flourish in their Faith.
Lord in your mercy. Hear our prayer.

4. We pray for an increase of vocations to the Priesthood, the Diaconate, and to Consecrated life.
Lord in your mercy. Hear our prayer.

5. We pray that the life of every human person, from conception to natural death, will be revered and protected in our laws.
Lord in your mercy. Hear our prayer.

6. We continue to pray for those suffering with Covid 19, and those who have died
from the virus, and those who mourn their loss.
Lord in your mercy. Hear our prayer.

7. We pray for HRH Prince Philip, and for all in our Parish and families who have died recently, including Fr Brian Taylor, John Warren, and Bobette O’Connell and
those whose anniversaries occur about this time.
Lord in your mercy. Hear our prayer.

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

“It is Divine Mercy Sunday. It is through the mercy – the love – of God that we are called to be His people through baptism.

Bishop Richard Moth