Intercessions

 

This is our monthly cycle of intercessions which provide you with subjects for prayer.
They are arranged to give prayers for The Church, the world, local community in Kings Cross and finally, for those in need.

 

 

 

 

 

1st

The Church:

The Anglican Communion throughout the world.

The Clergy of the Parish.

St George’s, Bloomsbury.

 

The World:

The Queen and members of the Royal Family.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

The London  Borough of Camden.

Those working in and using The Camden Town Hall and The St Pancras Library.

Those living in Queen Alexandra Mansions, Hastings House and Jessel House.

The Helios Foundation in Judd Street – Alternative Treatments for those living

with chronic illness.

 

Those in Need:

The poor, and those living on benefits.

The Blind; the work of the RNIB in Judd Street.


 

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2nd

The Church:

The Archbishops of Canterbury and York.

St George’s, Queen Square.

The Churchwardens of this Parish.

 

The World:

For Members of Parliament and for Government.  Our MP.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

The Holy Cross Crypt Centre Trust  Its Director, staff and user groups.

The Camden Cold Weather Nightshelter Project.

Those living in Tonbridge Street, Argyle Street, Argyle Square, Belgrove Street and Crestfield Street.

 

Those in Need:

The homeless, those living on the streets, sleeping rough, those in inadequate

housing, or in hostels or temporary hotel accommodation. 

 

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3rd

The Church:

The Bishop of London

The General Synod of the Church of England.

St Alban’s, Holborn.     The PCC of this Parish.

 

The World:

The Prime Minister, Cabinet and Civil Service.

The Mayor and Councillors of Camden.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

For King’s Cross and St Pancras Stations. The Station Chaplain.

All who work there and for the safety of commuters and travellers.

For Travellers and all resident in hotels in the Parish.

Those living in St Chad’s Street, Birkenhead Street and Gray’s Inn Road.

For Age Concern in St Chad’s Street.

 

Those in Need:

The Hungry and for the Work of Human Aid Agencies.

Oxfam, Cafod.

Those in the parish living below the poverty line.

 

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4th

The Church:

The Diocese of London. The Bishop of London.

St Pancras Church, Euston Road.

The Organist, servers and all who contribute to the Church’s liturgy.

The Guild of Servers of the Sanctuary.

 

The World:

For Judges, Magistrates and the Metropolitan Police.

The strengthening of Police and Community relations.

The Metropolitan Police Commisioner.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

The Congolese Embassy in Gray’s Inn Road.

The People of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

King’s Cross Neighbourhood Centre.

Those living in Wicklow Street, Leeke Street and Britannnia Street.

 

Those in Need:

Those awaiting trial. All prisoners.  All victims of crime.

For political prisoners, those who suffer torture and for those wrongfully imprisoned.

 

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5th

The Church:

The Edmonton Area. The Bishop of Edmonton.

St Silas, Kentish Town.

Our monthly lunch for the local elderly.

 

The World:

The work of Medecins Sans Frontières

 

The Parish and Local Community:

The National Health Service. Consultants, Doctors and Nurses.

The University College Hospital NHS Trust.

The Royal Free Hospital.

The Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital.

Those living in Swinton Street, Swinton Place and Acton Street.

 

Those in Need:

For those in hospital or waiting hospital appointments or surgery.

For the chronically and the terminally ill.

 

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6th

The Church:

Christian Unity. The World Council of Churches.

Churches Together in England and Wales.

St Anne, Brookfield.

The Society of Our Lady of Walsingham.

 

The World:

All who serve in the armed forces and their families.

For those who fight against injustice.

The work of Amnesty.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

Those living in Frederick Street, Ampton Place and Sage Way.

The King’s Cross Community Centre, Cubitt Street.

The Eastman Dental Hospital.

 

Those in Need:

Victims of prejudice and discrimination by class, religion, race, gender or sexuality

 

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7th

The Church:

The Roman Catholic Church.  The Pope.

The Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster.

The Consolata Sisters, Regent Square, The Sisters of Mercy at

‘The Women at the Well’, Birkenhead Street.

St Benet’s, Kentish Town.

 

The World:

The European Union. MEPs.

The Italian community. The Italian Church.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

Those living in Sidmouth Street, Regent Street and Regent Square.

 

Those in Need:

The Unemployed.

Church Action for the Unemployed.

For volunteers and all  engaged in community work. 

 

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8th

The Church:

The Orthodox Churches.

The Oecumenical Patriarch.

All Saints Greek Orthodox Cathedral (Abp. Gregorios)

The Russian Orthodox Cathedral, Ennismore Gardens.

 

The World:

For a fairer distribution of the world’s resources and for fair trading

Between nations.

For the work of Traidcraft.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

Those living and working  in Cromer Street

For the One KX and all who work there and use it. For the YMCA.

For all youth work and youth workers in the Parish.

Kings Cross Community Development Trust, Cromer Street.

 

Those in Need:

People of developing countries whose health and livelihoods are

Affected by unfair trading conditions.

 

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9th

The Church:

The Methodist Church.

King’s Cross Methodist Church, Crestfield Street.

St Mary Magdalene’s, Munster Square.

 

The World:

All who work for world peace.

The International Red Cross.

St Ethelburgha’s Centre for Peace and Reconciliation.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

Those living in Wakefield Street, Wakefield Mews, Tavistock Place

And Handel Street.

The School of Pharmacy.

The Bloomsbury Surgery and the Hunter Street Health Centre. GPs.

 

Those in Need:

For people with acute mental health issues.

Those suffering from depression.

Those suffering from nervous breakdown.

The work of the Huntley Centre, St Pancras.

 

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10th

The Church:

‘Lumen’ United Reformed Church.

Trinity URC, Wakefield Street.

United Reformed Church House.

St Martin’s, Kentish Town.

 

The World:

All teachers and educationalists.

London University and its constituent chaplaincies: University College and The Royal Vetinary College and Goodenough College.

All students living in the parish.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

Those living in Jenner House and Clare Court.

Argyle Primary School. Head, Staff and Governors.

Westminster Kingsway College.

 

Those in Need:

Those denied educational opportunities.

Those who cannot read or write.

Those who are dyslexic or have attention deficit disorder. 

 

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11th

The Church:

Independent Christian Churches and Pentecostal Churches.

St Mary, Brookfield.

Those who read from Scripture in Church.

 

The World:

Proper use of the world’s resources.

The Environental Protection Agency.

Our own responsibility for conserving the planet.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

Those living in Bramber and Storrington.

For our open spaces in Wicklow Street, Judd Street, Argyle Square.

St George’s Gardens and Coram’s Fields.

The Calthorpe Project

 

Those in Need:

The starving and those living with famine.

Those without access to clean water. 

 

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12th

The Church:

The Baptist Church.

King’s Cross Baptist Church; Bloomsbury Baptist Church.

St Michael’s Church, Camden Town.

 

The World:

For the work of the emergency services.

For the British Transport Police, Fire and Ambulance Services.

For Euston Road Fire Station.

Those agencies working in situations of conflict.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

Those living in Rodwell and St Peter’s House.

For drugs and alcohol rehabilitation programmes in the district.

 

Those in Need:

For those addicted to drugs, alcohol or sex.

For the work of Alcoholics Anonymous.

For those going through programmes of rehabilitation.

For victims of sexual abuse, rape and sexual exploitation.

 

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13th

The Church:

The Salvation Army.

Faith House, Belgrove Street, Cambria House, Hunter Street.

St Paul’s, Camden Square.

For Stewardship in our Church.

 

The World:

For people of the Jewish Faith, The Bloomsbury Synagogue.

For the Council for Christians and Jews.

The Chief Rabbi.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

For those living in Selsey and Stanstead.

For all local businesses – shops, pubs and others.

 

Those in Need:

For victims of domestic violence.

For those whose marriages or relationships are threatened.

For the work of Relate.

 

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14th

The Church:

The work of Christian Aid

St Mary’s Somers Town

Those involved in Parish administration.

 

The World:

For people of the Moslem Faith.

The Muslim Council of Great Britain.

For the Mosque at Sandfield and for the Immam.

Good relations between Christians and Muslims.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

For all social workers, community workers and volunteers.

For Holy Cross Crypt Centre volunteers.

For those living in Glyndereach and Gatesden.

 

Those in Need:

For those living alone and unsupported.

For those who have no one to care for them.

For those who are physically disabled.

 

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15th

The Church:

The Church’s Ministry in Inner Cities Areas.

St Pancras Old Church.

The Guild of Servers of the Sanctuary.

 

The World:

For the Somali community in this Parish

People of the Hindu Faith.

The Hindu Temple, Neasden.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

Those living in Bedfield and Sandfield.

King’s Cross Brunswick Neighbourhood Association.

The Chadswell Centre.

 

Those in Need:

Those with learning difficulties and specialist schools.

For children with behavioural problems.

 

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16th

The Church:

The Archbishop’s Council

Our Deanery Synod Reps.

Gray’s Inn Chapel; Lincoln’s Inn Chapel.

 

The World:

People of the Sikh Faith

For the Bangladeshi Communities in London

 

The Parish and Local Community:

Those living in Tangmere and Warnham

Greatcroft  Daycare Centre in Cromer Street.

For all local activities involving the elderly.

For PSALM based at St Pancras Church, Euston Road.

 

Those in Need:

For the Elderly -  Those living alone or neglected.

Those suffering from Alzheimer’s.

For all health care visitors and family carers.

 

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17th

The Church:

The Area Dean of South Camden.

The South Camden Deanery Chapter.

Great Ormond Street Hospital and Chaplaincy.

 

The World:

People of the Buddhist Faith

For all asylum seekers living in this Parish.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

Those living in Fleetfield, Fleetway and Tangmere.

Chandler House, Wakefield Street: Univ. of London Dept. of Human Communication Science.

 

Those in Need:

Our Child Protection Officer.

The NSPCC.

Children who are abused or neglected.

 

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18th

The Church:

Missionary Societies in the Church USPG and CMS

The Taizé Commuity

For the Church’s work with young people.

 

The World:

For Peace with justice in the Middle East.

For Israel and Palestine.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

The South Camden Youth Access Point in Cromer Street.

For those living in Riverfleet and Riverside.

Staff and Users at One KX.

 

Those in Need:

Victims of sectarian violence and hatred.

Those bullied at school or at work.

 

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19th

The Church:

For more vocations to the Church’s Ministry.

The Additional Curates Society.

For The Church’s Vocations Selectors and Conferences.

Theological Colleges, esp. Westcott House, Mirfield and St Stephen’s House.

 

The World:

For the leaders of the nations, and for co-operation and

Commitment to peace and justice.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

For those living in Pepperfield, Mulletsfield and Hollisfield.

The National Playing Fields Association.

 

Those in Need:

Those bringing up children alone.

Families forced to live apart. 

 

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20th

The Church:

The Archdeacon of Hampstead

The Church’s Ministry of Reconciliation

For all spiritual directors and counsellors.

The Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament.

 

The World:

For those involved in the arts: for writers, broadcasters,

Journalists and artists.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

The Gagosian Gallery, Britannia Street.

The Writers Guild of Great Britain, Britannia Street.

The Courtyard Theatre, Euston Road.

Y Touring based at One KX.

 

Those in Need:

Countries plagued by natural disasters and famine.

 

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21st

The Church:

The Archdeacon of Hackney.

St Andrew’s Holborn.

The Church’s Ministry Healing.

The St Marylebone Healing Centre.

 

The World:

For those living with HIV/AIDS

Especially for those without medication or food or water.

For children infected with the virus.


The Parish and Local Community:

The Terence Higgins Trust, Grays Inn Road.

The Mortimer Market Centre, Tottenham Court Road.

 

Those in Need:

All victims of injustice, persecution and exploitation.

 

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22nd

The Church:

The Church in the Holy Land.

The Diocese of Jerusalem and for its Anglican Bishop.

Anglican hospitals in Palestine.

St George’s Cathedral and St George’s College, Jerusalem.

 

The World:

For peoples of the world who live under the separation

Of imposed barriers and walls: Palestine, Cyprus, Korea.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

For those passing through the Parish. Those who visit this Church.

For those who work to meet our daily needs – sanitation workers, post and transportation workers.

 

Those in Need:

Those whose lives have no apparent meaning or purpose.

For the work of the Samaritans.

 

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23rd

The Church:

For all religious Communities.

The Community of the Cross at Edgware.

Elmore Abbey.

The Society of the Holy Cross.

The Haggerston Sisters.

 

The World:

For all scientists, and for a right use of scientific and

Technological advances. The Wellcome Foundation, Euston Road.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

For the Comfort Inns and Travelodge Hotel.

For all tourists in our Parish.

 

Those in Need:

For those living with cancer.

For those needing regular hospital treatment.

 

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24th

The Church:

For Ministerial Development in the Area.

Those undertaking courses in theology and training for Lay

Readership.

For Lay Readers.

 

The World:

For International Relief Agencies.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

The Foundling Museum.

The Work of UNICEF and The Save the Children Fund.

 

Those in Need:

For the severely disabled and the mentally handicapped.

For the work of Mencap.

 

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25th

The Church:

For the Church’s Ministry to the dying and the bereaved.

For the Hospice Movement.

For the Marie Curie Hospice in Hampstead.

 

The World:

For the Sisters of the Poor in Calcutta.

For all working to care for the dying where there are few resources.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

Funeral Directors: France & Son, Lambs Conduit Street. Leverton’s, Eversholt Street.

The Guild of All Souls.

 

Those In Need:

For the dying and for those who care for them.

For the Bereaved.

 

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26th

The Church:

For all Church Schools in the area.

For those who run creche and other  facilities for infants.

For the adequate protection of children. Our child protection officer.

 

The World:

For children who are family carers.

For orphans.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

For the children’s uniformed organisations : Scouts, Guides, Cubs,

Brownies and Beavers.

 

Those in Need:

For those couples who remain childless.

For those couples undergoing fertility treatment.

 

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27th

The Church:

For Local ecumenical outreach.

Churches Together in King’s Cross.

The Camden Faith Communities Partnership.

For those who cater and offer meals on behalf of our Church.

Our monthly lunch club.

 

The World:

The World Council of Churches.

All Ecumenical Christian Movements.

For the unity of God’s Church.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

For the Society of Friends (Quakers) on Euston Road.

For prayer groups and Bible study Groups in the parish.

The work of street wardens and coimmunity police.

 

Those in Need:

For victims of antisocial and abusive behaviour. For those who have been  attacked in our streets.

 

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28th

The Church

For and  the deepening of Spirituality in the Church,

For those leading the contemplative life.

For the London Centre for Spirituality at St Edmund’s Lombard Street.

For spiritual directors and retreat conductors.

 

The World

For countries engaged in war or civil war,

For victims of bombing.

For all hostages.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

For the Territorial Army in Handel Street.

The Camden Faith Communities Partnership.

 

Those in Need:

For the housebound. Those who are immobile or disabled.

For those in financial debt. 

 

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29th

The Church:

For the work of Mission and of Communication in the Church.

For the missionary outreach of this Parish.

For the National and Church Press.

 

The World:

For the world media and for all journalists and broadcasters.

For those who live under political repression.

For those denied the right to political and other expression.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

The National Union of Journalists, Garys Inn Road.

For our communication with the Parish. For Parish visitors.

For all Unions. UNISON on Euston Road, NUJ, Gray’s Inn Road.

 

Those in Need:

For those estranged from their families and acquaintances.

For those who cannot forgive

 

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30th

The Church:

For the Church of England and for its unity.

For Forward in Faith churches and for Bishops administering

alternative episcopal oversight.

For the Society for the Maintence of the Faith.

 

The World:

For the United Nations Peace Keeping Force and its deployment.

For all those who broker peace and reconciliation.

For the United Nations Secretary General.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

For all Festivals, Open Days and Street events in the Parish

and for those who organise them.

 

Those in Need:

For all who beg on the streets.

For those who live permanently on the streets.

 

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31st

The Church:

For the leaders of the Christian Churches, The Pope, The Ecumenical Patriarch
and The Archbishops of Canterbury and York.

For the unity of The Church. For global ecumenism. The World Council of Churches.

 

The World:

For world leaders.

For its peace and for the maintenance of justice and peace with reconciliation for all.

For the dangers of global warming and for our part in preserving our Planet.

For The International Red Cross.

 

The Parish and Local Community:

For all who live and work and pass through the Parish.

For all who visit this church.

 

Those in Need:

For all who are in any kind of need, especially for those living in this Parish.

 

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