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Churches Partnership

Churches Partnership is a grouping of several churches in Wigan who work together in a spirit of cooperation and support.    

The group organises a number of events throughout the year when churches can come together in Christian worship.

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January 6th

At the start of a new year pray for peace in the town, the country and in the world

13th

All those involved in education remembering especially those schools in the area of the Churches Partnership

20th

In this Week of Prayer for Christian Unity the Churches in the Churches Partnership that all may be seen to be working together to proclaim Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord

27th

The Pastor, Deacons,  congregation and activities at Wigan Baptist  Church

February 3rd

All those in our town who are homeless and those who help them, remembering especially the work of the Brick and the Salvation Army and we pray for the unemployed.

10th

The Parish Priest, congregations and activities at St Mary’s and St John’s Churches

17th

The Chaplain, doctors, nurses, and other staff working for Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh hospital Trust

24th

Ministers, congregations and activities at Gidlow and Whitley Methodist Churches.

March 3rd

Pray for all asylum seekers and refugees and those who make the perilous journey to escape tyranny.

10th

The Vicar, congregation and activities at St Michael and All Angels Church.

17th

Those helping people to overcome addiction,  - Alcoholics Anonymous and the drug and alcohol teams

24th

The Minister, Elders, congregation and activities at Trinity United Reformed Church

31st

Those who work in local government including the local Councillors, MP’s and those who work in the Civil Service

April 7th

The Vicar and activities at the Gateway Church

14th

Those volunteers who listen to individuals who have problems or seek advice including Child line, the Samaritans, Victim Support, Citizens Advice, and Age UK

21st

The, Vicar, congregation and activities at St Anne’s and St Andrew's Churches

28th

The members of the local Fire Brigade and Ambulance Crews who risk their lives to save others.

May 5th

The officers, soldiers and activities at the Salvation Army Citadel.

12th

The Health Centres and General Practitioners, nurses and other staff who work in them

19th

Pray for young people in education especially those who are about to take exams and for their teachers.

26th

Those who administer justice in the town – the judges, magistrates, solicitors and the probation service

June 2nd

The Rector, Curate, congregations and activities at All Saints

9th

The local police and all involved in enforcing law and order. Prisoners and their families.  All victims of crime and their families

16th

For street Pastors in whichever town they seek to help those in need, especially the street Pastors in Wigan

23rd

The Wigan Youth services and all those in youth groups in the town, and churches who are working with young people including uniformed organisation leaders.

30th

For those working with the deaf and the visually impaired

July 7th

The Pastor, Deacons, congregation and activities at Wigan Baptist Church

14th

The ambulance crews, paramedics and the North West air ambulance crews.

21st

The Parish Priests of St John’s and St Mary’s Churches and their congregations and activities

28th

Those involved in agreeing policy on climate change and the Green Christian web site.

August 4th

For those in local government who maintain our highways, collect our refuse and work in the towns libraries

11th

The Minister, congregation and activities at Gidlow Methodist Church

18th

The Vicar, congregation and activities at St Michael and All Angels Church

25th

For those who are homeless in Wigan and those who left school in July and remain unemployed.

September 1st

The Minister of Whitley Methodist Church, its congregation and activities

8th

For the staff and students at Wigan and Leigh College and for those young people leaving home to go to university

15th

For peace in Palestine and Israel and the other Middle East countries

22nd

The Rector his curate congregation and activities at Wigan Parish and St George’s Churches

29th

For the Macmillan and Marie Curie nurses, the Wigan Leigh Hospice staff and those caring at home for the sick

October 6th

The Vicar, congregation and activities at St Anne’s Church

13th

For the local members of parliament, other Ministers and MPs and  also MEPs that they make wise decisions

20th

The officers, soldiers and activities at the Salvation Army Citadel

27th

For all those who work with people with mental and physical disabilities

November 3rd

For those involved in Transforming Wigan and the Gateway Church at St George’s

10th

For those who help ex service personnel and their families.  We also pray for serving soldiers and their families and the families of those killed in action.

17th

For the volunteers working at ‘Fur Clemt’ and at the Brick.The Rector, congregation and activities at All Saints Church.

24th

We pray for Christians around the world who are persecuted for their faith.

December 1st

On this first Sunday in Advent that Christians might reflect on the birth of the Christ Child and bring the message of His saving grace to the wider community.

8th

We pray for all youth organisations in the Borough

15th

For those working in the shops in town and those shopping that they don’t forget the true meaning of Christmas

22nd

For all hospital staff, emergency staff and utilities staff who have to work over Christmas.

29th

As we approach a new year that the world might become a better and more peaceful place.


CHURCHES PARTNERSHIP (WIGAN N.W.) PRAYER DIARY 2019


…THE CALL TO PARTNERSHIP DECLARATION


We covenant together:

 To draw the denominations represented on the Assembly into fuller understanding of the Gospel

 To promote the visible unity and mission of the Church at every level of the Church life

 To encourage and enable Churches to make decisions together where possible

 To give expression to the common faith, baptism and devotion of Christians, as we seek to do everything together, except that which in conscience must be done separately

 And we invite our Churches to support us in this Covenant to which we now commit ourselves, in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.

Amen.


(The declaration above,  was read out by the Church Leaders at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool, during the Pentecostal Service Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Signing of the Covenant between the Christian Churches on the Merseyside and Local Regions.)

Link to view the context of the above meeting.










































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Commitment for Life

As in past years the Partnership will be holding a course of Lent Bible studies.
The course is entitled 'Mystery of God' and has been prepared by Churches Together in England and Ireland.

Each session will be held at Trinity, commencing at 7.30pm
11th  March The Mystery of Good and Evil Rev'd Chris Parker
18th  March The Mystery of God's Glory Rev'd Stan Higginson
25th  March The Mystery of Sin, Suffering and Hope Rev'd Sheila                   MacInally
1st  April The Mystery of Relationship and Reconciliation Steve              Atherton
8th  April. The Mystery of Love and Sacrifice Rev'd David Hall

The course can be downloaded from the Churches Together England and Ireland web site
www.ctbi.org.uk

On
Monday 15th  April Agape service at St Andrew's Parish Centre at 7.30pm

E
aster Day Sunday 21st April Sunrise Service at the top of Parbold hill.

Janet Dixon