Wave of Prayer

Mothers’ Union expresses its Christian identity through its life of prayer and worship. It is this spiritual life together which underpins our work with families and communities. Every day a wave of prayer goes around the world as members stop and pray in the middle of the day to pray for the work of Mothers’ Union and international issues. These daily prayers follow an annual pattern which means that every Mothers’ Union region is prayed for at least once during the year. 

Please join us in prayer for Mothers’ Union’s work around the world. Below is a calendar for the current month with the places we are asking for prayers for. 

Lord, we pray for the flourishing of Mothers’ Union worldwide. Today we pray for the people and work of:

January

1 – 3  All Mothers’ Union trustees and staff throughout the world

4  Mothers’ Union worldwide

5 – 7  Swaziland; Ruaha in Tanzania; Aguata & Lagos Mainland in Nigeria; Norwich in England and Chotanagpur in India

8 – 10  Lesotho; Kibungo in Rwanda; Etche & Ogbomoso in Nigeria; Leeds in England and Hanuato in Solomon Islands

11  Mothers’ Union worldwide

12 – 14  Mauritius; Kericho in Kenya; Katsina in Nigeria; Kumasi in Ghana; Winchester in England and Nandyal in India

15 – 17  Seychelles; Bukedi in Uganda; Enugu in Nigeria; Birmingham in England and Marathwada in India

18  Mothers’ Union worldwide

19 – 21  St Mark the Evangelist in South Africa; Butare in Rwanda; Okigwe-South in Nigeria; Gambia; British Columbia in Canada and Rajasthan in India

22 – 24  Egypt; Gasabo in Rwanda; Otukpo & On the Coast in Nigeria; Bathurst in Australia and Nasik in India

25  Mothers’ Union worldwide

26 – 28  False Bay in South Africa; Shinyanga in Tanzania; Umuahia & Ijebu South West in Nigeria; Bath & Wells in England and Vellore in India

29 – 31  Masvingo in Zimbabwe; Kibondo in Tanzania; Nebbi in Uganda; Bida in Nigeria; Llandaff in Wales and Kanyakumari in India

Final Blessing

May the God of hope fill us with joy and peace as we trust in him, that we may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.  Amen