Prayer is essential to our daily lives.  Do you have a prayer request?  Please let us know.  Your request will be private or you may ask to have your name or the name of a loved (with their permission) added to our prayer chain or our Sunday bulletin prayer list.

Contact the rector Rev. Shirley Noseworthy at 506-328-9913, or the parish office 506-328-4304.  We will be happy to help!

Link to Diocesan Intercessions here.

Litanies page 110, Book of Alternative Services here.

Prayers & Thanksgivings page 37, Book of Common Prayer here.

Prayer during Covid-19

Thanks be to you, Holy God, Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, for all your blessings, and For walking with us through this time of crisis.

Thank you for family and friends, for their love and friendship and the many ways they serve You and Your church. Give us a true sense of your presence. Fill us with the knowledge of Your will, In all wisdom and spiritual understanding, That we may walk worthy of you, O God, fully pleasing to You, in this time of crisis.

After weeks of lockdown and as restrictions are lifted, make us fruitful in every good work.  Show us how to reach out to family, friends, and neighbors, even though we may not be physically present with them.

Heavenly Father, draw us close to you through prayer and through your Word. By your Holy Spirit, give us a measure of health and strength for each day, according to Your glorious power. Grant us patience and tolerance, with the joy that you have placed in our Spirit, and let your peace rest upon us and upon our home, as we await the end of this pandemic.

For we ask this in the precious name of your son, Jesus Christ our Lord, in whom is our hope and our salvation!  Amen.  

A Prayer to Receive Healing

Dear God, I am sick and tired of being sick and tired. I reach forward today, touch the hem of Your garment, and receive my healing. Yes, I want to get well. Give me the faith to walk in freedom and victory. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

- Sharon Jaynes (source Crosswalk.com)