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Parish Prayer Requests

Holy Trinity is blessed with committed prayer teams. These teams pray confidentially for those who ask for ongoing prayer.

If you would like one of our teams to pray for you or a loved one,
please contact: Len Perron directly by email: lperron@mymts.net, with details of your prayer request.

These requests will be passed on to the appropriate prayer chain team.

If you are comfortable requesting prayer for yourself or someone in your circle of care, you are also invited to send Gwen at the office your request either by email: office@holytrinity.mb.ca; or by phone: 204.942.7465.

Please let Gwen know if you would like:

  • prayers for healing and support; or
  • prayers of thanksgiving; or
  • prayers for those who have died and those who mourn.

These requests will be updated weekly on our website. Your request will remain for two weeks unless you renew the request.

Holy Trinity Prayer Requests:

For the week of July 12, 2020

Prayers for Healing and Strength in Adversity
Davada, Derek, Oliver, Murray, Carol, Marie, Pierre, Doreen, Tyrrell, Chandran, Richard, Gwen, Kevin, Shirley, Erin, Brad, Neil, Fitz, Dave, Be, Grace, Jordan, Aidan, Quentin, Emil,Ramga, Selinka, Steve, Ray, Sybil, Gerald
Prayers of thanksgiving for:
all those supporting The Lunchroom at Holy Trinity: cooks, greeters, servers, patrons
our parish prayer leaders and intercessors
Prayers for those who have died and those who mourn
Anne Grayling, in England
Kaye Fraser: and her family, mother of Marie Brien
Fitz Clarke: and his family
Ron Hawksworth: and his family, father of Donald Hawksworth
Esmine Levy: and her family, Laurel’s extended family
William (Bill) Feschuk:  uncle of Derek Feschuk
Bennett Oramasionwu: and his family, husband of Ngozi
Gloria Bent: and her family, friend of Laurel McPherson
Wilfred Spence: and his family, friend of Laurel McPherson
Jaswick McDonald: brother of Fay Kitt
PLEASE hold all these people in your daily/weekly prayers.
Laurel McPherson [Rector's Warden] and her family have experienced several losses over these past months. Her sister sent her this allegory which she found encouraging and so shares with us.

The Train of Life:
Life is like a journey on a train with its stations, changes of routes and with accidents.  At birth we boarded the train and met our parents, and we believe they will always be on our side, However, at some station our parents will step down from the train leaving on this journey alone. As time goes by other people will board the train and they will be significant in our lives ie: our siblings, friends, children and maybe even the love of your life. Many will step down and leave a permanent vacuum. Others will go so unnoticed that we don`t realize that they vacated their seats which is very sad when you think about it. This train ride will be full of joy, sorrow, fantasy, expectations, hellos, goodbyes and farewells. Success consists of having a good relationship with all the passengers requiring that we give the best of ourselves. The mystery to everyone is: we do not know at which station we ourselves will step down, so we must live in the best way - Love, forgive and offer the best of who we are. It is important to do this because when the time comes for us to step down and leave our seat empty we should leave behind beautiful memories for those who will continue to travel on the train of life. Reap success and give lots of love, also more importantly give thanks for the journey by praying. Last of all I thank you for being one of the passengers on my train.      

When God Restored Our Common Life

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