Cycle of Prayer – General

The Diocesan Prayer Cycle has been developed in order to ensure that Anglican clergy, church workers and congregations are upheld in prayer around the Diocese. Wherever possible, congregations have been identified and placed on, preceding or close to the Feast Days with which they are associated. The Prayer Cycle has been organized on a weekly basis, especially for use within congregational Sunday worship. Where there are several churches with the same name, these have been grouped under the name and by district. ‘Vacant’ indicates that there is no priest in charge.

You are invited to pray weekly for the following:

– The Most Rev. Howard Gregory, Archbishop of the Church in the Province of the West Indies & Bishop of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands
– Rt. Rev. Robert Thompson, Suffragan Bishop of Kingston
– Rt. Rev. Leon Golding, Suffragan Bishop of Montego Bay

Retired Bishops:

– Rt. Rev. Harold Daniel

Visioning Prayer

Almighty and everliving God, ruler of all things in heaven and on earth, and by whose grace we have been called into a goodly fellowship of faith: Send down upon our bishops, other clergy, and all your faithful people an outpouring of your Holy Spirit for the renewal and mission of your Church. Give us a vision of where you would lead your Church, and so discern new things that you are doing in your Church and the world. By your grace, save us from unnecessary distractions, so that we may be able to determine your will for us, go forward perceiving that which is right, and have the courage to pursue the same, to the end that we may utilise the gifts which you have given to each of us for the furtherance of your will in simplicity, confidence and steadfastness; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.



May 2020 – June 2020

*Vacant means – No Rector or Priest-In-Charge or Curate-In-Charge, However in some cases, a SM – Supplementary Minister is assigned

    Pray for all children in Children’s Homes –  Diocesan Anglican Youth Fellowship; Anglican Young Adult Movement (AYAM); Board of Education and Youth – Natalie Blake; Craig Mears; Ena Barclay, Anglican Schools,  Happening Movement;  
St. Philip’s churches in: Eaton Nina-Rae Barrett
  Niagara Winston Blake (SM)
  Old England Barrington Soares,  Hilda Vaughan, Kenneth Thaxter (SM), Basil Grant (SM)
Agnes Hall (AE), Clarence Hall (AE)
  Old Harbour Bay        Howard Walters, Delroy Coley (SM), Lorraine Geddes-McDonald (SM)
  Bangor Ridge Sedley Gooden
  Brandon Hill Khan Honeyghan, Rose Bramwell (SM)
  Morris Hall Vacant
  Whitfield Town Patrick Cunningham, Beverley Donald, Elizabeth Riley, Claudette Marshall (AE)
Marcia Hamilton (AE)
St. John’s OPC Guanaboa Vale Ronald Keane-Dawes, Richard Anderson (SM), Carol Howard (AE)
SUNDAY, MAY 12   Pray for the leadership and members of all Diocesan Boards and Committees
    Pray for all Mothers – Pray for our Mothers’ Union – and for our Mother Church – The Cathedral
SUNDAY, MAY 17    
St. Dunstan’s Orange Bay Sedley Gooden
    Pray for the Healing Conference Committee. Pray for the healing of our nation.
SUNDAY, MAY 24    
Church of Ascension Mona Michael Allen,  Seymour Blackwood (SM) Veront Satchell (SM), Christopher Givans (AE)
  Up Park Camp Denston Smalling
Churches named for the Holy Trinity Grange Hill Michael Solomon, Ula Ruddock
  Green Island Nina-Rae Barrett
  Linstead Ronald Keane-Dawes, Richard Anderson (SM) Carol Howard (AE)
  Old Harbour Howard Walters, Delroy Coley (SM), Lorraine Geddes-McDonald (SM)
  Retreat Ransford Taylor-Younge
  Trinityville Jean Fairweather-Wilson
  Westgate Andrew Reid, Melvorn Stewart (CA)
  Whitehall David Reid,
  Toolies Charles Danvers (SM)
  Park Hall Vacant
  Spanish Town Collin Reid, Rupertia Smith (AE)
SUNDAY MAY 31   Pray for the Province – all 8 Dioceses 8 Bishops and our Archbishop
    Pray for guidance & Protection as they lead
St. Boniface churches in: Mount Industry Vacant
  Pondside Wesley M. Wiggan (SM), Sharon Hall-Nisbeth (AE)
  Harbour View Barrington Jones
  Whitehall Ralph M. Jim Parkes, Ulric Wilson (SM)
    Pray for – United Theological College – Principal, Staff and students …  Anglican Warden – Garth Minott,  Lecturers, Deacons       Pray for the UWI Chapel Anglican Community
    Pray for the  Women’s Cursillo Movement
St. Barnabas’ Churches in:  Beeston Spring Hartley Perrin 
  Crawford Wesley M. Wiggan (SM), Sharon Hall-Nisbeth (AE)
  Crescent Collin Reid, Rupertia Smith (AE)
  Duncans Kirk Brown, Errol Dyer (SM)
  Enfield Vacant
  George’s Plain Leroy Johnson
  Madras Garfield Campbell, Judith Atkinson-Linton (SM)
  Mile Gully Ulit Brackett (SM)
  Port Morant Vacant
  Siloah Winston Blake (SM)   
  Warsop Cleverton Beckford
St. Alban’s Albion Mountain Vacant
  Ashton Isaac Nugent
  Denham Town Abner Powell
  Stanmore Olando Gayle
St. John the Baptist Coleyville Derrick Martin
  Pray for Anglican Men’s Cursillo  
St. Paul’s Barbary Hall Milton Russell (SM), Beulah Rowe (SM)
  Chapelton Larius Lewis, Myrel Moss (CA), Stephanie Barrett (AE)
  Clapham Richard Anderson (SM)
  Claverty Cottage  Sedley Gooden 
  Danvers Pen Jean Fairweather-Wilson
  Greater Portmore Charles Manderson, Colleen Tinker-Whyte(AE) Reilette Allen (AE) Sanchia Bent (AE) Rohan Dawkins (AE) James Oliver (AE)
  Kentish Cheryl Phillips
  Keynsham Vacant
  Little London Veronica Thomas
  Mocho Winston Thomas, Alvarine Roberts(CA)
  Moore Town Vacant
  Nonsuch Rory Honeyghan
  Spaulding Derrick Martin
  Tower Hill Leslie Mowatt, Molly Walton (CA),Flo Angus (AE)
  Tryall Olando Gayle
  Windsor Forest Vinton Greene
St. Peter’s Lluidas Vale Cheryl Phillips
  Galina Vacant
  Alley Vacant
  Clifton, Ranford Campbell (AE)
  Falmouth Basil McLeod
  Hope Bay Sedley Gooden
  Old Works Paul Bogle
  Pedro Plain Milton Russell, Beulah Rowe
  Petersfield Hartley Perrin
  Port Royal  Barrington Jones
  Rhoden Hall William Willis (SM)
  Wait-a-Bit Cleverton Beckford
  Whitby Ulit Brackett (SM)
Feasts of St. Peter & St. Paul – Sat. 29 Pray for Bishops Howard Gregory, Robert Thompson and Rev. Canon Abner Powell on the occasion of their 47th  Anniversary of Ordination
    Pray for the new Ordinands

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