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Prayers for our Communities

St Andrew's window in St Alban's ChurchFor our Fire Brigade workers who attend vehicle accidents as well as fires.
All those who have had strokes, their carers, their community workers.
For our follow Christians who live in countries where Christians are a disadvantaged minority and suffer serious persecution. For the Barnardo Fund which helps them.
For Christians to understand the meaning of the bible for Christians to use the words of bible yet obide by what the bible has to say and reflect it to the community.
To treat all people well and equally.
For those in our Parish, or connected to our parish, who have died, and for the families and friends who remain.


St Alban's window in St Alban's Church The people of St Alban’s congregation and their families.
The historic significance of this place.
Businesses in the village and those who work there.
The school, the children and staff and the pre-school.
Those who pass through it in their daily lives.
The burial ground and those who care for it.


Residents and staff in Whitby Village Estate and Summerset Village
Harbourview Rest Home
Children at the orphanage in Thrissur, Kerala, India
All church communities in North Porirua
Staff and pupils of Aotea College and all students studying for exams
St Philip's window in St Alban's Church Porirua Guardians
Porirua City Council and staff
Volunteers at Citizens Advice Bureau
Mana Refugee Resettlement Group
Paremata and Papakowhai Schools and Kindergartens
Those who need special prayer
Troubled teenagers and their parents
Food Bank volunteers
Porirua Police College staff, trainees and families

Mana Art Society
Anchor Church Youth missions
Ninness and Guardians funeral directors and staff
Staff and volunteers at IHC



St Mark's window in St Alban's ChurchThe Friendship Group who worship and meet each month.

Those who are unwell and the people who support them.
For the young people in the Bay. May they find meaningful recreation activities.
All those who are involved in the skateboard park.
Our Community Constable.
Pukerua Bay Residents’ Association (that means everyone in the Bay, but especially the committee).
Carers for our environment such as Nga Uruora.
Those who look after our community facilities: community hall, library, tennis club.
The business owners in the Bay – those at the “Dairy” and others who work from home.
All carers of our children: The school, The kindergarten, The pre-school, The toy library. The playgroup, School Care
Recreational groups: Tennis Club, line dancing ……
St Mark’s community
The beach community - those who look after the tracks to the beach – all 154 steps on one of them
Our hills that they stay safe and the farmers who work on them.
Those moving away from the Bay and those who are new to the Bay.
Young families, especially those with new babies and small children.