Resources from the Prayers section
A grace writen by Robert Burns, Scottish poet, who is remembered on 25th January.
A collect from the Church of England to celebrate the Conversion of St Paul, remembered on 25th January.
A prayer from the Church of England for those coping with floods.
Bishop Graham sung this hymn at St Mark's Cathedral, Bangalore, following the MTA Conference in Bangalore.
A prayer taken from a poem by Rabindranath Tagore, written for Ghandi when he broke his fast, circa 1932.
A prayer from Canterbury Diocese for those in Amatrice, Italy.
A traditional Buddhist prayer.
A traditional Kenyan prayer.
A prayer from Australian Images, by Aubrey Podlich, a Queensland pastor.
A prayer from the Church of England for those caught up in tragedy and disaster.
The prayer below, written by Teilhard de Chardin, was used at a Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Bishop R. O. Hall of Hong Kong; a man, likewise, with a wide vision of God's creation, and a passionate devotion to God's people as part of it.
The following prayer was written by Said Ailabouni, Director for Europe and the Middle East Division for Global Mission, Evangelical Lutheran Church America (ELCA).
This daily prayer for the unity of Christians was composed by members of the Chemin Neuf community, from the prayer of the abbot Paul Couturier. It has been translated into Spanish and French.
Today's Collect for Primates 2016 is a prayer by William Temple, 1881-1944 (Archbishop of Canterbury 1942-44.)
Read the Collect on the Primates 2016 website.
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