Day of Prayer

 We especially need to pray for our Key Workers over the coming months-God bless you for all you are doing to help us

NHS & Medical

Mary Kemshall

Andie Hill

Adrian Makoni

Louise McCarthy

Tom Fowley

Sheila Lovatt

John Ogier

Natalie Ogier

Temi at Fieldhead

Angela Mandaza

Clement Mandaza

Dianne Butler

Tina Davies

Claire Gratrick

Kath Soultan

Kavitha Roselin

Nanette Zulu

Wamemba Zulu

Deb Paddock

Ben Thomas


Sandra Mwale;

Margaret Kariuki

 Robyn -Emma’s niece

For NHS Admin workers

Tim, Andrea and Liz

Care Workers

Fraser Lovatt

James Winpenny

Irene Svose

Shepherd Svose

Chibuzo Mere

Patience Nhengu

Sue Crossley

Praise Carter

Gaynor Smith

Gabi Milhai

Amber Musgreave

Philomena Molekwu

 Social Concern

Kevin Dobson

Tony Cox

Zoe Smith

 Sue Sampson

Charlotte Brooke

Elisia Sharpe


Lisa, Rachel; Janna, Sarah; Kim, Kelsey, Kelly, Svetlana, Kath at Nursery-we’ve appointed a new girl (Evie) but she need her DBS

Kay Cox,

Claire Boutle

Dane Gratrick

Natasha Nicholls

Lorraine Zammuto

Prayer Day 30th March 2021

Praise God for being able to worship God in the church building on Sunday and for the full house of worshippers!

Parise God for the Weekend that Changed the Word Easter Event-we will be praying into the areas that were raised over the weekend, later in our prayer time.

Praise God for the various surgeries and centres delivering the vaccine and for the 32 million people who have received their first vaccine and the 5.5 million who have also received their second dose.

Praise God for our key workers involved in the vaccination programme and pray in particular for Andie and Sheila.

Pray for George Philippou who has Covid.

Pray for the vaccines to be distributed to those countries who cannot afford them!

Praise God for Pinderfields, Pontefract and Dewsbury hospital staff

Praise God for all our 52 key workers in NHS, Care Settings and Schools

Praise God for all our schools who are now on their Easter break.

Praise God for the Vision that Kevin shared for the 200 days from 13th March -28th September. The Vision is split into two-The Next 100 days (to 20th June) and the First 100 days (from 21st June). Pray for the realisation of the vision to reconnect and restore; reaffirm and release; refresh and renew; repurpose and re envision.

Praise God for the brilliant newsthat Luke and Janna are having a baby due in July.

Praise God that Luca got the job at Christians Against Poverty-he starts his apprenticeship in September.

Praise God that Paul Wood was successful  in his application for AoG Probationary status -he will begin his three years of training in May after the AoG Conference.

Praise God for Tyler—he has now been sent home from hospital -he still need a lot of help but this truly is a miracle!

Praise God that Robyn has responded so well to treatment that the doctors have told her she no longer has inoperable cancer and they are going to operate!

Praise God for Emma and Marlon and their desire to foster children-the have now passed every hurdle and the final panel is now on 21st April.

Praise God for the Unity of Churches and leaders in Wakefield. We are working on a prayer app for the whole of the area and we hope to pray down every street in ten days in May. We are planning an Easter Video and then 50×2 minute videos for the 50 days between Easter and Pentecost. We are also joining together in the Thy Kingdom Come national prayer initiative from 13th-23rd May. Our theme for the year is # Real Love

Praise God for the continued faithful giving by members of the church-together we have managed a surplus in the year end to 31/3/21 -this is amazing-thankyou so much.

Praise God we come to the one to whom nothing is impossible!

Is anything too hard for the Lord?Gen 18:14    Jesus looked at them and said, all things are possible for them that believe

Pray the government and PM Boris Johnson- that he will know wisdom re lockdown policies in the coming months.                           Many are predicting a ‘third wave’ of the virus to come later in the year citing the rest of Europe as the precedent-lets pray against that!

Pray for a miraculous economic recovery in the UK-for all those who have lost their jobs and are fearful for the future.

Pray for Nick Stansby and all those co-ordinating care in the city.

Pray for Council leader Denise Jeffrey. Pray that all parties will work together and listen to each other to get things done in the city

Pray for local MP’s Imran Khan, John Trickett; Andrea Jenkyns; Yvette Cooper.

Pray for the inmates and staff at Newhall and Wakefield Parisons who have suffered an outbreak of Covid.

Pray for the family of Sarah Everard as they continue to grieve. For the PM and Home Secretary as they think of a way forward on how we can keep the streets safe for everyone but especially for women. Pray for our own police commissioner Mark Burns Williams and for John Robins our Police Chief as he and council leader Denise Jeffrey address the same issues.

Pray about the public disturbances/riots that have taken place again over the weekend-that God would help the police bring order and that God himself will bring peace to our nation.

Pray for local domestic abuse charity ‘Breaking the Silence’-we sent them a donation for Easter Eggs to be distributed to local families.

Pray for our Queen and Prince Phillip and whole Royal family at this difficult time.

Pray for a deliverance physically and spiritually in our nation.

Pray for Leo and Daniela Lupu in Romania. Daniela has suffered a mild heart attack and stroke.  Daniela’s dad is in hospital, in a coma and is not expected to recover. Leo’s mum and Dad both have Covid and are very poorly.

Pray for Vincent Borromeo in Italy as he continues to refurb the youth facility in Tarranto. The Italian authorities have ordered a complete lockdown as from Monday 15th March-6th April.

Pray for the work of One by One-Matt & Becky in Kenya; Sri Lanka; Pakistan; India. Becky shared much of what has happened in the last year at The Weekend that Changed the World event.

Pray for Margaret Gordon in Kyrgyzstan. One more nurse needs to be employed and registration is still required for the hospice. Its approval is dependent on the qualifications of two of the medical staff. The sticking point seems to be the storage of drugs eg Morphine. Pray for the Dutch nurses who are not used to the restrictions the govt wants to impose. Margaret is looking to retire later this year so pray for the best transition.

Pray for the people of Myanmar-there was  a military coup 2 months ago, Suu Kyi the countries leader has been arrested and many people were killed by the military this last weekend.

Pray for the people of Indonesia-a predominantly Muslim country where on Palm Sunday a suicide bomber badly injured 20 people outside the at a Roman Catholic Cathedral on the island of Sulawesi

Pray for John and Cathy Scott -that revival will come to Europe/UK/Poland. Pray for the Polish & UK Revival Groups-John is looking to investigate connections in the Silesia. Poland is struggling with a massive spike in Covid cases.

Pray for Enyo Agada in Manchester and her work with Barnabas Trust and the homeless.


Pray the for Lisa, Rachel Janna, Kim Amy; Kelsey, Sarah, Kath, Svetlana; Kelly; Kath, Evie and all the children at our nursery.

Pray for Lisa who has been told she is suffering from long Covid and is needing physio to help her with the pain.

Pray for Kevin and Sue. Paula and Tony and all at CAP- for their protection, blessing & breakthrough. Clients and Volunteers too. We helped 697 different people last year!

Pray for the Ignite Youth Group and New Life Kidz-for Luke and Janna as they lead our young people and children through this unprecedented time.

Pray for the refurbishing of the building and our discussions with the listing authorities and Architect Russell Trudgen. We meet this Thursday.

Pray for our life groups and their leaders-that God would give the leaders a good rest in April and that new groups and studies will emerge in the weeks ahead for the summer term.

Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened. Mt 7:7

Pray for Tony Zammuto- we really need to intercede for Tony-his last CT scan showed that the cancer had grown so they are trying a different sort of chemotherapy-he needs a breakthrough.

Pray for Elisia who is undergoing various tests on her womb and for her dad who has prostate cancer and a painful leg ulcer.

Pray for Alfie with stage 4 neuroblast-he’s now back in hospital and weak.

Pray for Bailey who is 17 and has been diagnosed with cancer.

Pray for Dean Shackleton who has been diagnosed with heart failure. He has informed the doctors that he doesn’t want to be considered for the transplant scheme.

Pray for Henry Drabble-For the past 4 weeks he has had a terrific pain from his back going down his leg.  It’s the sciatic nerve playing up. He has not been sleeping very well, has taken the tablets, seen the Doctor but still no relief.

Pray for Joyce Kidd- she has been referred to her eye surgeon to try and resolve the issues.  Mike also needs our prayers.

Pray for Mary’s mum Mollie who has had a stroke-for full speech and faculty to return.

Pray for Tina’s sister Kim who had a heart attack last week.

Pray for Amber’s mum Lesley who is taking 12 steroids a day to improve her vision-she has an appointment this week with her specialist

Pray for Sarah Wood that she and the familywill stay well.

Pray for Liz Coop-she has excess fluid in various parts of her body and a leaking heart valve.

Pray for Carol’s son Carl who has severe gout in his knee-he is being treated with steroids.

Pray for Janet’s sister Michelle-she is having a bronchoscopy later this month and various other tests.

Pray for Lynda Ceesay who has had various health issues in lockdown.

Pray for Sharon Newson’s mum Jackie who is very unwell, She had a bad fall on Mother’s day.

Pray for a lady called Dianne and her family-that God will intervene. Dianne’s mum has been diagnosed with breast cancer.

Pray for Neil, the husband of one of the trustees (Denise) at Batley. He has a brain tumour and although they have removed most of it, he has only been given 6 months.


Pray that we will take to heart the teaching and challenge from the Weekend that Changed the World Event last week.

The call was to believe in the God of miracles and that no matter how bleak our personal ‘Good Friday’ may look, our Resurrection Sunday is on its way.

We were called to love God with all our hearts and our neighbour as ourselves. To get our vertical relationship right with the Lord and to see everything else flow out from there.

We were called to live in the experience of Resurrection power but to do so, we had to ‘crucify’ the flesh and get into prayer room and seek God’s face.

We were asked the question ‘Do you love Jesus? That our response should not be mere words ie ‘Yes’ but that the truth would be seen in our practical actions in serving and loving others.

Pray for the staff team of Jo Masters; Nicola Baldwin; Tess Strode; John Fowley; Luke Crompton; Kevin Foster,