The Parish of the Nativity of the Lord

Parish Prayer Intentions and Petitions

Prayers of Intercession

The Most Holy Trinity (Year B)

26th May 2024

We pray for the Church and her leaders that the mystery of the Trinity may continue to be proclaimed throughout the world so that all may be strengthened and renewed in their faith. 

Lord in your mercy. R. Hear our prayer

Let us pray that the perfect unity of the Trinity, may be reflected by all those in power throughout the world as they work towards finding peace and unity for all

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Let us for our young people who have exams at this time, may the Spirt guide them to peace and confidence, and to know that all wisdom is called to be in the service of God’s plan for all creation.

Lord in your mercy. R. Hear our prayer

Let us pray for our young people who have recently received the Sacrament of Confirmation and for the children preparing for their first Holy Communion that they may continue their journey of Faith with the love and support of our Parish family. 

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For all who are sick and lonely and for all who dedicate their lives to helping others. May they find strength in their hearts through the peace and love of God 

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Let us pray for all who have died recently, including Carmel Peaston, and those whose anniversaries we remember, that they may enjoy the fullness of life with the Blessed Trinity. May those who mourn find solace on their journey through grief. 

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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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Parish Office
122 Ladbroke Road
Redhill, Surrey, RH1 1LF
01737 761017

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Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9.30am – 3.30pm

Thought for the week

Jesus’ command to the disciples …… provides the Church with her mission – the mission that the Lord calls us to continue today and, indeed, throughout history. Make disciples of all the nations. Baptise. Teach.

 
Bishop Richard Moth