The Cycle of Prayer of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana

2022 Cycle of Prayer

 

Please remember at each service:

  • The Most Rev. Justin P.  Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, and for the Anglican Communion
  • The Most Rev. Michael B. Curry, our Presiding Bishop, and for the Episcopal Branch of the Jesus Movement
  • Our bishop, the Rt. Rev. Morris K. Thompson, Jr.
  • Our retired bishop, the Rt. Rev. James B. Brown.
  • Our clergy, spouses and companions, and family
  • Our retired community, spouses and companions, and surviving spouses
  • For congregations in transition and congregations seeking new or renewed direction
  • For postulants and candidates for Holy Orders
  • The bishop, clergy, and congregations of our companion diocese of Tohoku in Japan

January

 

January 2 – Christmas 2

 

For the clergy and people of Church of the Incarnation, Amite

For the clergy and people of Church of the Transfiguration, Angola

 

January 9 – Epiphany 1

 

For the clergy and people of St. Augustine’s, Baton Rouge

For the Racial Reconciliation Commission, for the Union of Black Episcopalians, for all ministries of racial reconciliation and racial justice.

 

January 16 – Epiphany 2

 

For the clergy and people of St. Patrick’s, Zachary

For the faculty, staff, and students of St. Patrick’s Day School, Zachary

 

January 23 – Epiphany 3

 

For the clergy and people of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Bogalusa

 

January 30 – Epiphany 4

 

For the clergy and people of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Hammond

For the Prison Ministry and for those incarcerated, those who love them, and those who minister to them.

 

February

 

February 6 – Epiphany 5

 

For the clergy and people of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Paradis

 

February 13 – Epiphany 6

 

For the clergy and people of St. John’s Episcopal Church, Kenner

For the clergy and people of Chapel of the Holy Spirit, New Orleans

 

February 20 – Epiphany 7

 

For the clergy and people of St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, La Place

For the faculty, staff, and students of St. Timothy’s Preschool, La Place

 

February 27 – Epiphany 8

 

For the clergy and people of Church of the Nativity, Rosedale

 

March

 

March 6 – Lent 1

 

For the clergy and people of St. George’s Episcopal Church, New Orleans

 

March 13 – Lent 2

 

For the clergy and people of Chapel of the Holy Comforter, New Orleans

 

March 20 – Lent 3

 

For the clergy and people of St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church, Baton Rouge

For the clergy and people of Mt. Olivet Episcopal Church, New Orleans

For the clergy and people of Church of the Annunciation, New Orleans

 

March 27 – Lent 4

 

For the clergy and people of St. Alban’s Chapel, Baton Rouge

 

April

 

April 3 – Lent 5

 

For the clergy and people of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Baton Rouge

For the faculty, staff, and students of St. Luke’s Episcopal School, Baton Rouge

 

April 10 – Palm Sunday

 

For the clergy and people of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Houma

For the faculty, staff, and students of St. Matthew’s Episcopal School, Houma

For the Environmental Commission and for all those who care for God’s creation.

 

April 17 – Easter

 

For the clergy and people of Christ Church Cathedral, New Orleans

For the Addiction Recovery Ministry, for those that are providing support to those struggling with addiction, and for those who are in recovery or want to be in recovery.

For the ministry of the staff and volunteers who attend to the administrative needs of our church.

 

April 24 – Easter 2

 

For the clergy and people of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Bayou du Large (Theriot)

For the Ecumenical Commission and for those who are working to build up and unite the Church.

For the Commission on Ministry and for all those who are in the discernment process.

 

 

May

 

May 1 – Easter 3

 

For the congregation of Grace Episcopal Church, St. Francisville

For the faculty, staff, and students of Grace Episcopal Pre-School, St. Francisville

 

May 8 – Easter 4

 

For the clergy and people of Trinity Episcopal Church, Morgan City

 

May 15 – Easter 5

 

For the clergy and people of St. Martin’s Church, Metairie

For the Episcopal Church Women and for the women of the Church.

 

May 22 – Easter 6

 

For the clergy and people of St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church, Metairie

For the faculty, staff, and students of St. Augustine’s Preschool, Metairie

 

May 29 – Easter 7

 

For Memorial Day as we remember all who have died in the service of their country.

 

June

 

June 5 – Pentecost Sunday

 

For Inclusive Louisiana, the LGBTQ+ Community, Allies and for all those who fight for equality.

 

June 12 – Pentecost 1

 

For the clergy and people of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, New Orleans

For the Men of the Church.

 

June 19 – Pentecost 2

 

For the clergy and people of St. Andrew’s, Clinton

For the clergy and people of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Morganza

 

June 26 – Pentecost 3

 

For the clergy and people of St. Paul’s Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, New Roads

 

July

 

July 3 – Pentecost 4

 

For our nation on Independence Day.

 

July 10 – Pentecost 5

 

For the Disciplinary Board.

 

July 17 – Pentecost 6

 

For the Youth Leadership Commission and for those who shape the spiritual wellbeing of the children of the Church

For the Young Adult Ministries of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana and for all those who help our young adults along their spiritual journeys.

 

July 24 – Pentecost 7

 

For the Chaplains in the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana

For the College Ministry and for all those seeking to further their education.

 

July 31 – Pentecost 8

 

For the clergy and people of St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, Mandeville

For the faculty, staff, and students of St. Michael’s Preschool, Mandeville

 

 

August

 

August 7 – Pentecost 9

 

For the clergy and people of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Innis

 

August 14 – Pentecost 10

 

For the retirement communities Christwood Retirement Community, Covington and St. James Place, Baton Rouge

For all those who minister to the needs of the elderly and infirmed

 

August 21 – Pentecost 11

 

For the clergy and people of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Harvey

 

August 28 – Pentecost 12

 

For the clergy and people of Holy Communion, Plaquemine

 

September

 

September 4 – Pentecost 13

 

For the clergy and people of St. Phillip’s Episcopal Church, New Orleans

For the Education for Ministry and for those who seek a deeper understanding of the Word of God.

 

September 11 – Pentecost 14

 

For the clergy and people of Trinity Episcopal Church, New Orleans

For the faculty, staff, and students of Trinity Episcopal School, New Orleans

For the Solomon Episcopal Conference Center Board, and for the staff, and for all those who visit the conference center to better themselves spiritually, emotionally, and physically.

 

September 18 – Pentecost 15

 

For the clergy and people of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, New Orleans

For the faculty, staff, and students of St. Paul’s Episcopal School, New Orleans

 

September 25 – Pentecost 16

 

For the clergy and people of St. John’s Episcopal Church, Thibodaux

For the faculty, staff, and students of Episcopal School of Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge

For the faculty, staff, and students of St. Martin’s Episcopal School, Metairie

For the Trustees of Episcopal School of Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, St. Martin’s Episcopal School, Metairie,  and University of the South, Sewanee

For the Episcopal Schools Commission

 

 

October

 

October 2 – Pentecost 17

 

For the clergy and people of Christ Episcopal Church, Covington

For the faculty, staff, and students of Christ Episcopal School, Covington

For the clergy and people of All Saints’ Episcopal Church, River Ridge

For the Audit Review Committee, Assessment Review Committee, Budget Review Committee, Board of Trustees, and for all those who are stewards for the resources of the Church.

 

October 9 – Pentecost 18

 

For the clergy and people of All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Ponchatoula

For the Officers of the Diocese, Executive Board, Standing Committee, Constitution and Canons Committee.

 

October 16 – Pentecost 19

 

For the clergy and people of St. James Episcopal Church, Baton Rouge

For the faculty, staff, and students of St. James Episcopal School, Baton Rouge

 

October 23 – Pentecost 20

 

For the clergy and people of St. Michael’s & All Angels, Baton Rouge

 

October 30 – Pentecost 21 – All Saints Day

 

For the 185th Annual Convention of the Diocese of the Episcopal Church of Louisiana

 

November

 

November 6 – Pentecost 22

 

For the Community Mission Appeal Committee and for all those who go beyond the church doors to be the hands and feet of God in their community.

 

November 13 – Pentecost 23

 

For the clergy and people of Christ Episcopal Church, Slidell

 

November 20 – Last Pentecost – Christ the King

 

For the clergy and people of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, New Orleans

For the faculty, staff, and students of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, New Orleans

 

November 27 – Advent 1

 

For the clergy and people of St. Anna’s Episcopal Church, New Orleans

For the Chancellor and Vice Chancellors of The Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana.

 

 

December

 

December 4 – Advent 2

 

For the clergy and people of Trinity Episcopal Church, Baton Rouge

For the faculty, staff, and students of Trinity Episcopal School, Baton Rouge

For the Commission on Liturgy and Music, and for all church musicians and choirs.

 

December 11 – Advent 3

 

For the clergy and people of St. Francis Episcopal Church, Denham Springs

 

December 18 – Advent 4

 

For the clergy and people of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Franklin

For the Deans of the Diocese

 

December 25 – Christmas 1

 

For the Gaudet Committee and for all those who expand educational opportunities for African American children.

 

 

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