Mildenhall Anglican Church

.Prayer focus – Crisis at Christmas

Crisis is a national charity for homeless people, and Crisis at Christmas is their way of giving people somewhere safe, warm and friendly to spend the festive season.

Each person receives a warm welcome,Three hot meals daily, A bed for the night, a chance to shower and get clean clothes, a health check, expert help with mental health and addiction problems, advice on housing and employment and access to Crisis year round services

A prayer for homeless people

God in Heaven, we offer our deepest appreciation for the many blessings you shower upon us every day.

We are truly humbled by the bounty of your graces.

We ask for the compassion to follow the inspiring example of the good Samaritan.

Help us to embrace and bring comfort to those who are without shelter, friendship and support.

Help us bring warmth into people's lives this Christmas.

Let us remember that each day that we help someone we are helping you. Amen

Pray for

The Saviour of the world to bring hope and the Prince of Peace to bring healing to the brokenness of the world.

Rachel in Pakistan, For her safety, for Christmas celebrations with the local people and opportunities as she teaches to encourage others in faith and learning, for Rachel as she is away from family.


School visits and other visitors to church at each service and tree festival. For the church to be a haven of peace and a spring of joy.

Those in this community for whom Christmas may be difficult due to bereavement, illness, finances, relationship problems, loneliness.

Town Pastors – as they provide help and support party goers late at night in Newmarket and Bury St. Edmunds.

Come my Light,

My Lord, my way,

Come my Lantern

Night & day.

Come my healer

Make me whole.

Come my Saviour

Protect my soul.

Come my king

Enter my heart.

Come Holy Presence

Never depart.

You Lord God are

Strength for my task

Light for my way

Peace for my mind

Power for this day

Presence with me now

Love for always.

Light of the world

Bless all who are in darkness

Shine upon us in love.

Be with the despairing

Support the depressed

Comfort the suicidal

Giv us your hope

Give us your joy

Give us your peace

Lighten our darkness

Today and evermore.

by David Adams