Your prayers are bidden for the Holy Catholic Church:
    For its mission of reconciliation throughout the world
    For Christian missionaries and their families
    For the Church suffering persecution
    For the unity and healing of the Church; for Justin, Archbishop of Canterbury,
     Katharine, our Primate, and for Eugene, our Bishop
    For the People, Rector, Wardens, Vestry, and all who minister in this Congregation
    For our increase in faith, in number, in zeal, and in means for the work of the Kingdom of God
    For the Sisters of Saint Margaret, the Monks of Saint Gregory’s Abbey,
     for their increase in vocations; and for all others under vows of religion
    For the ministry of the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, and for its pilgrims
    For discernment and perseverance for all Seminarians,
        and for Eric as he continues his vocational discernment
    For the Diocesan Convention Delegates who will elect our Suffragan Bishop
Your prayers are bidden for our common life in the world:
    For the Leaders of the nations, and the welfare and peace of the world
    For this nation, our President, our Courts, and our Congress
    For our Governor, our Legislature, our Mayor, and all others
      in civil authority among us
    For our Waverly and Charles Villages, our leaders, people, and those who work or visit here
    For the protection, encouragement, and guidance by the Holy Spirit of our Police,
      Fire-fighters, Paramedic Teams, and of our Armed Forces: among them Skyler, Dennis, and          Gabriel
    For our enemies, and, through Christ Jesus, for an end to our enmity
Your prayers are bidden for those in need, trouble, or anxiety:
    Diane, John, Tom, Anthony, Gene, Scott; the destitute ministered to by the Sisters of 
    Saint Margaret in Haiti; those endangered by armed conflict; the unemployed, the homeless, those travelling; the imprisoned: among them Ted
Your prayers are bidden for those commended for healing in mind, body, or spirit:
    Ward, Gabriel, Deborah, Nancy, Colleen, Dean; those grieving: Lynne
Your prayers are bidden for those in hospital: 
    Patricia (Kuenzel), Keswick;  Paulette (Schauder), Saint Joseph’s
Your prayers are bidden for those who have died:
    Our deceased benefactors; those who have died by violence, battle, 
    or murder; and all who have died suddenly and unprepared.
Your Thanksgiving is bidden for:
    Prayers answered; safe travel completed, organ donors, beginnings of recovery, our benefactors, our volunteers; and for our Priest Associates