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Prayer Week - Monday Blog

Hope is Coming - Photo Credit: Mark Tidbury

Over the course of this week we're asking you to pray for the different aspects of our work. All the photos on these blogs will be used this week to inspire prayers of Hope, during our prayer events. At the end of the week, we'll be selling them to help 'bring hope to young lives If you'd like a copy of any of these photos, please email us at for more information.

Prayer Events:

Today we've two events:

All Saints Church in Dedworth, Windsor (SL4 4JW) at 12:00noon

St. John's, Egham (TW20 9HL) at 8:00pm

Today our prayer focus is our Reception to Year 6 Projects – Clewer Green, Trinity St. Stephen’s and Homer (Windsor); Iver Infants and Junior (Iver); and Town Farm (Stanwell)

Successful Chase - Photo Credit: Carol Manger

Prayer Focus:

One thing that we’ve learned through our work over the past 20+ years is the value of early intervention, and the difference it can make in the lives of those we support. In the past year, we worked with 226 children, young people and families on a short-term basis, where an early intervention made the difference between resolving issues and them becoming long-term, needing additional support. Our work across school years R-6 is testament to the value of early intervention, helping support children and families, ensuring they are best placed to thrive and grow, despite the challenges they face. Please pray for:

  • Encouragement for our team in schools, especially for Raj as she settles into the Iver schools

  • The teaching staff at schools as they manage the balance between work and home life

  • Pray for those children who find school difficult, including those who are fearful of the transition from first to middle or primary to secondary school

  • Pray for those families east to west supports – pray that we’d be able to help them in whatever areas of support they need

  • Pray for wisdom for Raj, Alisa and Tracey as they seek to bring hope to those they work with.

Boats - Photo Credit: Andrew Wetherall


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