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Prayers for the week of May 26th

In our parishes, we pray for the people of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Constableville and the people of Trinity Episcopal Church in Constantia. In the Episcopal Church, we pray for the people of the Diocese of Taiwan and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. Lennon Yuan-Rung Chang. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of The Church of the Province of Central Africa and their primate, the Most Rev. Albert Chama. A Prayer Against Gun Violence God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

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Prayers for the week of June 2nd

In our parishes, we pray for the people of Grace Episcopal Church in Copenhagen and the people of Grace & Holy Spirit Episcopal/Lutheran Church in Cortland and their priest, the Rev. Jennifer Manis. In The Episcopal Church, we pray for the people of the Diocese of Tennessee and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. John C. Bauerschmidt. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of the Church of Iglesia Anglicana de la Region Central de America and their primate, the Most Rev. Juan David Alvarado. A Prayer Against Gun Violence God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

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Prayers for the week of June 9th

In our parishes, we pray for the people of St. David's Episcopal Church in Dewitt and the people of Diäŋdït Episcopal Chapel in East Syracuse and their priest, the Rev. Amuor Garang. In The Episcopal Church, we pray for the people of the Diocese of Texas, their Diocesan Bishop, the Rt. Rev. C. Andrew Doyle, their Bishops Suffragan, the Rt. Rev. Jeff W. Fisher and the Rt. Rev. Kathryn M. Ryan, and their Bishop Assistant, the Rt. Rev. Hector F. Monterroso. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of Church of the Province de L’Eglise Anglicane Du Congo and their primate, the Most Rev. Georges Titre Ande. A Prayer Against Gun Violence God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

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Prayers for the week of June 16th

In our parishes, we pray for the people of Emmanuel Episcopal Church in East Syracuse and their priest, the Rev. Julie Calhoun-Bryant, and the people of Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Elmira and their priest, the Rev. Robert Adkins. In The Episcopal Church, we pray for the people of the Diocese of Upper South Carolina and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. Daniel P. Richards. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of Iglesia Anglicana de Chile and their primate, the Most Rev. Hector Zavala.A Prayer Against Gun Violence God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

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Prayers for the week of June 23rd

In our parishes, we pray for the people of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Endicott and their priest, the Rev. John Martinichio, and the people of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Evans Mills and their priest, the Rev. Anne Wichelns In the Episcopal Church, we pray for the people of the Diocese of Utah and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. Phyllis A. Spiegel. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of Church of England and their primate, the Most Rev. and Rt. Hon. Justin Welby. A Prayer Against Gun Violence God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

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Prayers for the week of June 30th

In our parishes, we pray for the people of Trinity Episcopal Church in Fayetteville and their priest, the Very Rev. Dr. Renée Tembeckjian, and the people of All Saints' Episcopal Church in Fulton and their priest, the Rev. Dr. Leon Mozeliak, Jr. In The Episcopal Church, we pray for the people of the Diocese of Venezuela and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. Orlando Guerrero Torres. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of Church of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui and their primate, their Most Rev. Andrew Chan. A Prayer Against Gun Violence God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

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Prayers for the week of July 7th

In our parishes, we pray for the people of Zion Episcopal Church in Greene and St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Hamilton and their priest, the Rev. Brooks Cato. In The Episcopal Church, we pray for the people of the Diocese of Vermont and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. Dr. Shannon MacVean-Brown. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of the Church of the Province of the Indian Ocean and their prime bishop, the Most Rev. James Richard Wong Yin Song. A Prayer Against Gun Violence God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

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Prayers for the week of July 14th

In our parishes, we pray for the people of St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Horseheads and St. John's Episcopal Church in Ithaca. In the Episcopal Church, we pray for the Diocese of the Virgin Islands and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. Edward Ambrose Gumbs. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of the Church of Ireland and their prime bishops, the Most Rev. John McDowell and the Most Rev. Michael Jackson.  A Prayer Against Gun Violence God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

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Prayers for the week of July 21st

In our parishes, we pray for thepeople of the Episcopal Church at Cornell and their chaplain, the Rev. Taylor Daynes, and the people of All Saints' Episcopal Church in Johnson City and their priest, the Rev. Dawn-Victoria Mitchell. In the Episcopal Church, we pray for the Diocese of the Diocese of Virginia and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. E. Mark Stevenson. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of Nippon Sei Ko Kai and their bishop, The Most Rev. Luke Kenichi Muto. A Prayer Against Gun Violence God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

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Prayers for the week of July 28th

In our parishes, we pray for the people of Christ Episcopal Church in Jordan and the people of the Ephphatha Mission Chapel for the Deaf and their vicar, the Rev. Peter Williams.  In the Episcopal Church, we pray for the Diocese of the Diocese of Washington and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. Mariann Edgar Budde. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of the Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East and their prime bishop, the Most Rev. Hosam Naoum. A Prayer Against Gun Violence God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

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Prayers for the week of August 4th

In our parishes, we pray for the people of St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Liverpool and the people of Trinity Episcopal Church in Lowville. In the Episcopal Church, we pray for the Diocese of West Missouri and their Bishop Provisional, the Rt. Rev. Diane M. Jardine Bruce. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of the Anglican Church of Kenya and their prime bishop, the Most Rev. Jackson Ole Sapit.  A Prayer Against Gun Violence God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

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Prayers for the week of August 11th

In our parishes, we pray for the people of Christ Episcopal Church in Manlius and their priest, the Rev. Timothy Hannon, and the people of St. John's Episcopal Chapel in Marathon and their priest, the Rev. Thomas Margrave. In the Episcopal Church, we pray for the Diocese of West Tennessee and their bishop, the Rt. Rev. Phoebe A. Roaf. In the Anglican Communion, we pray for the people of the Anglican Church of Korea and their prime bishop, the Most Rev. Peter Kyongho Lee. A Prayer Against Gun Violence God of mercy and compassion, who wept with Rachel as she lamented over her children—be with us, who lament the plague of gun violence that lies heavy over our land. Open our eyes to see the ways we might transform the shadow of strife and death into the way of love and peace. Strengthen us to tirelessly care for one another, that we may truly find our security in the boundless love you call us to, and lead us all to your promised future, where no sword will be drawn against another, and no power known but the power of love. All this we ask through the name of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

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