Prayer Calendar

The Prayer Calendar requests are sent as a convenient daily reminder or as a weekly or monthly summary with your subscription to Renewal Fellowship e-mailings.

Saturday, October 19 – Pray for the search team at Knox Presbyterian Church, Milton, Ontario. May the newly crafted congregational profile attract the minister of God's choice. Pray, too, that their ministry will continue with momentum through the vacancy.
Sunday, October 20 – Pray for the Synod of the Atlantic Provinces as they meet over the next three days. Pray especially that that those in attendance may be inspired by the guest speaker, Tom Long, and be better equipped to serve in their own congregations through the workshops provided.
Monday, October 21"Righteousness exalts a nation." Pray that today's federal election may give Canada a government able to pursue with courage and compassion policies that promote a just, freedom-loving society.
Tuesday, October 22 – Pray for the ministry of Bridlewood Presbyterian Church, Toronto, Ontario. Pray especially for their pastor, Rev. Joseph Choi, their Worship Director, Dr. Ken Michell, and Youth Director, Tim Arkell, as they work together on Alpha programs for adults and youth this fall.
Wednesday, October 23 – Pray for Canadian Ministries' New Beginnings renewal program as it assists the congregations of Mt. Zion Presbyterian Church, Ridgetown, Ontario, and the Church of St. David, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Thursday, October 24 – Pray for the youth group leaders at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Hillsburgh, Ontario, as they plan programs and share the love of God with youth.
Friday, October 25 – Pray for the Gracious Dismissal Committee of Assembly Council, that the Holy Spirit will guide them to discern what is needed for the health of the congregations of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, and that Assembly Council will be minded to listen and agree with proposals aimed to further the work of God's kingdom in Canada.
Saturday, October 26 – Pray for St. Matthew's Presbyterian Church, Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland, as they gather for their monthly service tomorrow, led this month by Rev. Derek Krunys. May this small outpost, over four hours away from the next nearest congregation, find encouragement from the broader church as they continue their life and witness.
Sunday, October 27 – Pray for the Missions Sunday today at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Parry Sound, Ontario, and William Kim from Youth Unlimited who is preaching today. May God bless him in his new position working with challenging youth.
Monday, October 28 – Thank God for the new family/children's pastor at St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Ottawa, Ontario, Tamara Hyde-Mosher, who has recently begun her work. Pray, too, for God's help for those who are leading and working in the youth program while the congregation awaits a new youth pastor.
Tuesday, October 29 – Pray for St. James Presbyterian Church, Truro, Nova Scotia, for the ministry of Rev. Andrew Campbell, and for the many who are involved in Bible study groups within the congregation.
Wednesday, October 30 – Give thanks for the newly acquired Church on Wheels trailer that enables Cedar Tree Ministries to travel to remote reservations on Vancouver Island to share the gospel in a creative way with children and villagers. Pray for the leadership of Rev. Joey Cho and the team of volunteer missionaries who plan this Go the Distance program.
Thursday, October 31 – Pray that God will equip St. Andrew's (Streetsville) Presbyterian Church, Mississauga, Ontario, to facilitate their new mission statement: We are a missional, multi-generational, and multicultural community of people learning to follow Jesus.
Friday, November 1All Saints Day – Pray for Rev. John Paeng, the session, and the congregation of St. Columba Presbyterian Church, Parksville, British Columbia, as they prayerfully discern electing new elders.
Saturday, November 2 – Glenbrook Presbyterian Church, Mississauga, Ontario, has started worshipping in their newly renovated worship space. Pray that the Spirit would continue to bring creative ideas for reaching out with the saving grace of Jesus into their community.
Sunday, November 3 – Jubilee Presbyterian Church, Stayner, Ontario, is celebrating its 160th Anniversary today. The Moderator, Rev. Amanda Currie, is preaching. May God be praised!
Monday, November 4 – The Life and Mission Agency meets today and tomorrow in Toronto, Ontario. Pray that the chair and members will be wise and careful as they consider the business of our church.
Tuesday, November 5 – Give thanks with Pastor Pye Chew as he begins his fourth year of pastoral ministry at St. Andrew's (Streetsville) Presbyterian Church, Mississauga, Ontario. Pray that God will continue to guide him and his church family. Also, pray for the Presbytery of Grey-Bruce-Maitland, which is expected to discuss the remits today.
Wednesday, November 6 – Pray that the community groups that meet at St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, will forge a relationship with Christ and His church. Ask God to show the congregation effective ways to serve their community.
Thursday, November 7 – Pray for the ministry of Rev. Kirk and Rev. Allyson MacLeod at Keswick Presbyterian Church, Keswick, Ontario, and for their outreach within the community. May God continue to bless their ministry.
Friday, November 8 – Norman Kennedy Presbyterian Church, Regina, Saskatchewan, is hosting a music event this evening with local musician, Michelle Rohde, and the Called to Praise band. This is a celebration and fundraiser for the Jubilee of the church. Pray for a worshipful event.
Saturday, November 9 – Pray for the volunteers and employees taking on new duties in the nursery and audio/visual areas of ministry at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Parry Sound, Ontario.
Sunday, November 10 – Pray for Rev. Tobey Boyer as she leads the congregation of Knox Presbyterian Church, Alliston, Ontario. May God fill her with the Spirit of truth.
Monday, November 11Remembrance Day – Pray for our brothers and sisters serving in the armed forces, and especially for those who are presently away from their families.
Tuesday, November 12 – Pray that the Talent Auction at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, will empower all generations to share their gifts. May the sharing of talents strengthen relationships within the community and assist the church in raising funds. Also, pray for the Presbytery of Vancouver Island, which is expected to discuss the remits and may vote today or tomorrow.
Wednesday, November 13Dunamis Project 4: The Healing Ministry of Jesus Christ begins today in Edmonton, Alberta, and runs until Saturday evening. Pray for God's protection and for the Holy Spirit to grow Dunamis. Also, pray for the Presbytery of Newfoundland, which is expected to discuss and may vote on the remits today.
Thursday, November 14 – Pray for the Gracious Dismissal Committee working to prepare its report to General Assembly at the end of the month. Give them much wisdom and clarity.
Friday, November 15 – Pray for Rev. Roberto DeSandoli's efforts to develop a new curriculum for confirmation classes at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Pray that the study will shine light upon the truth that the holy Bible is essentially about our Lord and Saviour, Jesus. Also, pray for the Presbyteries of Kootenay and Superior, which are scheduled to discuss and vote on the remits today.
Saturday, November 16 – Pray for the Renewal Fellowship Board as it meets today. Also, pray for the Presbyteries of Assiniboia and Westminster, which may discuss and vote on the remits today.
Sunday, November 17 – Pray for Valleyview Community Church, Calgary, Alberta, as they gather for worship with Rev. Grant Gunnink. Pray, too, for their Philip Ministry, which is encouraging them to reach out into their community in new ways. Also, pray for the Presbytery of Winnipeg, which is to discuss the remits today, with a vote expected in the new year.
Monday, November 18 – Pray for the students at our three theological colleges, that they would be able to develop a Christian mind that engages the world and a faith that embraces the love of God and the presence of Christ through the Spirit. Also, pray for the Presbytery of Algoma and North Bay, which may discuss and vote on the remits today or tomorrow.
Tuesday, November 19 – Presbyterian College, Montreal, Quebec, has applied for a Designated Learning Institute number which will allow them to have international students. Pray that the provincial government will support the application. Also, pray for the Presbyteries of Paris, Essex-Kent, and Lanark and Renfrew, which will discuss the remits today.