11 May 2020

Praying in Easter with USPG:
30, Monday 11 May 2020

Throughout this week, the USPG Prayer Diary is focussing on Climate Justice and the Church of Bangladesh

Patrick Comerford

Our churches remain closed because of the Covid-19 pandemic, but I am continuing to use the USPG Prayer Diary, Pray with the World Church, for my morning prayers and reflections throughout this Season of Easter.

USPG (United Society Partners in the Gospel) is the Anglican mission agency that partners churches and communities worldwide in God’s mission to enliven faith, strengthen relationships, unlock potential, and champion justice. It was founded in 1701.

Throughout this week (10 to 16 May 2020), the USPG Prayer Diary is focussing on Climate Justice and the Church of Bangladesh. This focus was introduced in the Prayer Diary yesterday morning by Rebecca Boardman of USPG.

Monday 11 May 2020:

Pray for the Church of Bangladesh’s disaster management work. May it succeed in its objectives of education, raising awareness and risk management.

The Readings: Acts 14: 5-18; Psalm 118: 1-3, 14-15; John 14: 21-26.

The Collect of the Day (Easter V):

Lord of all life and power,
who through the mighty resurrection of your Son
overcame the old order of sin and death
to make all things new in him:
Grant that we, being dead to sin
and alive to you in Jesus Christ,
may reign with him in glory;
to whom with you and the Holy Spirit
be praise and honour, glory and might,
now and in all eternity.

Yesterday’s reflection

Continued tomorrow

1 comment:

Unknown said...

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