Anglican Cycle of Prayer includes our diocese, our church on August 19, 2014

Today the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth and our bishop, the Right Rev. Rayford B. High, Jr. are being prayed for by Anglicans around the globe through the Anglican Cycle of Prayer.

The morning prayer service for August 19, 2014 on dailyoffice.org asks prayers for our diocese and includes a photo of our St. Martin-in-the-Fields worship. Dailyoffice.org offers Morning and Evening Prayer to Anglicans using the Book of Common Prayer of The Episcopal Church, and they regularly include the Anglican Cycle of Prayer as part of their prayers.

Praying continuously for the work of congregations, chaplaincies, ministers, and our brothers and sisters around the world reminds us we are part of a church that extends far beyond that which we can see and those whom we know.

The parishes and people of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth pray continuously for each other using a cycle of prayer. Resources for the diocesan cycle of prayer for weekdays and Sundays are available here, along with the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, if you want to augment your daily prayers.

 

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