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 the 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 the 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:

December

1 – 2  Mpumalanga in South Africa; Central Buganda in Uganda; Zonkwa in Nigeria; Bo in Sierra Leone; Newcastle in England and Barrackpore in India

3 – 5  Akot in South Sudan; South West Tanganyika in Tanzania; Aba & Irele-Ese Odo in Nigeria; Coventry in England and Cuttack in India

Mothers’ Union worldwide

7 – 9  Namibia; Mount Kenya South in Kenya; Northern Izon & Ijebu North in Nigeria and Durham in England

10 – 12  Lusaka in Zambia; Shyogwe in Rwanda; Sokoto & Ikka in Nigeria; Ely in England and Karimnagar in India

13  Mothers’ Union worldwide

14– 16  Fianarantsoa in Madagascar; Central Tanganyika in Tanzania; Calabar & Igbomina in Nigeria; Derry & Raphoe in All Ireland and Banks & Torres in Vanuatu

17 – 19  Lui in South Sudan; Embu in Kenya; Orlu & Awori in Nigeria;

The Murray in Australia and Medak in India

20  Mothers’ Union worldwide

21 – 23  Archbishops, Bishops and all clergy in the Anglican Communion

24 – 26  Refugees, internally displaced families and those living in a climate of fear

27  Mothers’ Union worldwide

28-30  All involved with the responsibility of caring for and supporting family life

31  Mothers’ Union worldwide

Final Blessing

As we go from here, may our words and our lives witness to the advent of the messiah to a world in need of hope. Amen