Daily Prayers

Master Prayer list Diocese Peru

1.

The Cathedral of the Good Shepherd/Buen Pastor, Miraflores, with its English and Spanish-speaking congregations; for its growth. Dean Jorge Zamudio, Rev Alberto Valdivia

Our  Bishop, Jorge Luis Aguilar and his wife Sandra; his ministry of pastoral care and oversight of the Diocesan flock; for his Episcopal Council, strategy, finances, vision and planning.

Thanksgiving for the Holy Scriptures.

2.

The parish of La Ascensión, Surco, and its missions, Transfiguración, Breña, and Divina Palabra, Oasis.  Thanking God for the life and growth of these congregations.

Our Suffragan Bishop Alejandro Mesco and his wife Doris. Ministry in the North and formation of ministry in the Cusco area.

For our Vicarios – Misael Varillas (Hunacayo) and Carlos Quispe (Arequipa)

For the Health project and its work with Pro-Vida, training primary health-care workers; and for the mobile medical campaigns in the shanty-towns of north and south Lima, and the medics who take part in them.

Thanksgiving for God’s call to mission and service.

3.

Misión María Magdalena, Juliaca on the Altiplano; prayer for its growth and ministry.  Rev.  Luis and for the ministry in Tariachi.

The clergy of the Diocese that they may be faithful priests, deacons, pastors and teachers.

Deacons:  Patricia Blanchard, Norma Carrasco, Mariela Espinoza, David Gonzalez, Justo Maqque, Edith Varillas, Zoila Navarro.

Thanksgiving for holy baptism and confirmation.

4.

The Parish of Santísima Trinidad, San Juan de Miraflores, and its mission posts: San Francisco de la Cruz, San Pablo, San Gabriel, Santa Anna, Las Rocas and Valle 2,000; Fr. Julio, Dcn. Norma, especially for Norma’s health.

Priests: Juan Marcos Ayala, Rubén Mancilla, Juan Carlos Marcés,

Children’s ministries and Sunday Schools; for all who work with children and teach them the Christian Faith.

Thanksgiving for the holy eucharist.

5.

The Parish of Cristo Redentor, Pampas de San Juan, and its mission post, San Pedro.  Fr. Anderson.

For the recently baptised and those preparing for baptism, and those preparing for First Communion.

For our social workers, Erika (Comunión Perú) and Esperanza (Cathedral), and the people they serve.

Thanksgiving for the healing ministry, holy anointing and the reconciliation of sinners.

6.

The Parish Church of Jesús el Salvador, Villa El Salvador; Rev Ruben Mancilla.

For youth ministry at local and diocesan level, and those who coordinate its work, giving thanks especially for our full time diocesan youth worker, Lizbeth Varillas  (on loan to SAMS UK Ireland) and Mission worker Paul Tester – Lay Minister at in San Juan Evangelista, Lima.

For the children and teenagers of our children’s home (casa hogar) in Arequipa, Sagrada Familia.  For the directors María and Pedro, the house parents; that our home may be a place of love, security and kindness.

Thanksgiving for our deacons and the diaconate, our priests and the priesthood.

7.

The Mission Church San Juan Evangelista, Pamplona Baja, with its children’s mission centre; for God’s leading in a period of change.  Rev. Luis. Mr. Paul Tester.

The Anglican Women’s Association (AMA) and its ministry among the women of the Diocese; for its President and leaders in each of our congregations.

For the Bethlehem Inn Advocacy Programme for women, children and young people (Defensoría Anglicana – la Posada de Belén).  Its ministries in Valle 2000, Cerro Cajamarca Cerro Cachito, San Pedro, Cerro Lomo de Corvina, Oasis, all districts of Lima and in San Juan Bautista, Ica.

Thanksgiving for holy matrimony, married life and the celibate life.

8.

The Vicariato of Arequipa under the leadership of Vicario Carlos Quispe.  Covering the South of Peru.  Revs. Juan Marcos Ayala, Ricardo Peñarada, Luis Viscarra, Justo Maqque, Zoila Navarro.

Comunión Perú (NGO), our diocesan social outreach ministry: Fr. Carlos Quispe, Gloria Aguilar, Epifanía Cotos, Victor Manuel Mendoza, Erika Montoya, Celia Saavedra.

For our children’s centres in Lima at Cristo Redentor, Jesús el Salvador, the mothers’ and childrens’ project at San Pedro, all run in connection with Compassion International.

Thanksgiving for friends and benefactors from around the world.

9.

The Mission Church Santa María Virgen, Villa María del Triunfo, and its mission posts: Sagrada Familia, Santos Apóstoles, Santiago Pescador, Fr. Aurelio.

The recently married and those preparing for marriage.

For growth in the practice of Lectio Divina [the prayerful reading of the Holy Scriptures] in the Diocese.

Lay Missionaries from overseas:  Penny Marcés, Anna Sims, Paul and Sarah Tester.  Also the several volunteers from overseas.

For the Shalom mission and handicapped children and young people.  For the hope that this ministry gives to so many families.

Thanksgiving for creation and its beauty.

10.

The Missions of San Lucas and Santiago Apóstol, Arequipa; in thanksgiving for growth in commitment and parish life, for sustained growth and deepening faith.

Lay Ministers:

For the three Arpillera (Sewing) groups, making beautiful collages and changing the lives of the women involved.  For Threads of Hope which supports this work and for our friends in the USA and UK who sell these products.

Thanksgiving for Christ’s death on the Cross, his resurrection and ascension.

11.

The Mission of Jesús el Nazareno, San Juan de Miraflores, Rev. Juan Carlos Marces.

Shalom – ministry to disabled children; Dcn. Pat Blanchard (CMS)

The Diocesan Administration and its personnel: Rev. Jerry Acosta, Julio César, Javier, Josie, and Accountant Pablo. For our Chancellor Rev. Oswaldo Vera.  For the improvement of communications within the Diocese and with our partners and supporters.

Bible and prayer groups, that God deepen our commitment to the Holy Scriptures and his Word.

For the prison ministry in Chorrillos and for the women and children who benefit from it.  For Luisa Fallaque who runs this ministry.

Thanksgiving for faith and salvation in Jesus Christ.

12.

The Mission of San Mateo, Lima, its ministry among parents of the school, and for funds for rebuilding; for guidance in a time of change.  Rev. Dimas Guzman and Deacon Edith Varillas.

For vocations to the ordained ministry, the ministry commission (CEMO) and for the faithful discernment of God’s call.

For the “Creative Hands” workshops in Villa María run by Gloria Aguilar: shoe making, knitted articles and baking.

Thanksgiving for the Church, the body of Christ.

13.

The Mission of San Felipe, Cabanaconde, thanking God for the mission centre and the growing congregation; for work in the villages of Caylloma and the Colca Valley.  Dcn. Justo.

That we may prepare ministers and missionaries, clergy and lay for the building up of the Church.

Thanksgiving for our life in Christ, for prayer and communion with God.

14.

The missions in north Lima: San Patricio (Ventanilla), Dcn. David, San Andrés (Puente Piedra) Fr. Benjamín; thanksgiving for growth and stability and vision in times of change.

For the Anglican Communion, its provinces, member churches and dioceses.

The Dioceses of the Province: Argentina (Bishop Greg), Bolivia (Bishop Raphael, Chile , Héctor (Tito) Zavala, Bishop Suffragan Abelino), Norte Argentina (Bishop Nicholas), Paraguay (Bishop Peter), Peru (Bishop Jorge Luis and assistant bishop Alejandro), Uruguay (Bishop Michael). With thanksgiving for our provincial community.

15.

The Pro Diocese of the Resurrection, south central Peru.  The missions in Ica, Rev. Jaime Siancas.

For the children’s feeding programmes in south Lima at Cristo Redentor, Santísima Trinidad, San Pablo, San Pedro and San Juan Evangelista.

Ecumenism in Peru: the Inter-Religious Committee, CLAI (Latin American Council of Churches); for religious freedom and equality in Peru and the legislation to counterbalance and combat religious prejudice.

Thanksgiving for the Catholic Creeds – Nicene, Apostles and Athanasian.

16.

The Cathedral of the Good Shepherd/Buen Pastor, Miraflores, with its English and Spanish-speaking congregations; for its growth.  Dean Jorge Zamudio, Rev. Alberto Valdivia.

For the children’s feeding programmes in north Lima at San Andrés, San Patricio and Jésus Fuente de Vida.

For Diocese of Worcester, England: Bishops John Inge and David Walker; and for Rev Phil Bradshaw and all members of the Peru task group.

Thanksgiving for evangelists, missionaries and those sent to begin churches.

17.

The parish of La Ascensión, Surco, and its missions, Transfiguración, Breña, and Divina Palabra, Oasis.  Thanking God for the life and growth of these congregations.

For those preparing for confirmation and the recently confirmed.

For the “Creative Hands” workshops in Nueva Esperanza: shoe making, knitted articles and baking.

Mission Societies: SAMS-USA(Stewart Wicker), CMS-GB, SAMS Uk Ireland (Bishop Ken Clark) and SAMS-Canada (Trevor Smith).

Thanksgiving for the Holy Scriptures

18.

St Mary Magdalene Mision, Juliaca on the Altiplano; prayer for its growth and ministry.  Rev. Luis and the ministry in Tariachi.

For our supporting parishes in Albany, California, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas and Worcester (UK) and Wales.

For the OMAPED project that teaches the handicapped to manufacture clothing.

For the Anglican Communion Secretariat

For His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justyn Welby.

Thanksgiving for holy baptism and confirmation, the holy eucharist.

19.

The Parish of Cristo Redentor, Pampas de San Juan, and its mission post, San Pedro.  Rev. Anderson.

For the development of mission work and Church planting; construction projects.

For Amigos del Perú our US registered charity (501c3), its board and officers.

For those who have terminal illnesses; the chronically ill; the poor and needy; for prisoners, especially those imprisoned unjustly; for the depressed and those who are suicidal; for those who have lost their faith.

Thanksgiving for the healing ministry, holy anointing and the reconciliation of sinners.

20.

The Parish of Santísima Trinidad, San Juan de Miraflores, and its mission posts: San Francisco de la Cruz, San Gabriel, Las Rocas and Valle 2,000; Fr. Julio, Dcn. Norma, especially for Norma’s health.

For the Cathedral student grants programme.

For all who serve in our congregations as Church wardens, readers, intercessors, catechists, administrators, secretaries and many more.

For single parent families; for those who have lost self-respect; for the hungry; for those who cannot afford medical care.

Thanksgiving for holy matrimony, our children and family life.

21.

The Parish Church of Jesús el Salvador, Villa El Salvador.  Rev. Ruben Mancilla

For the diocesan commission responsible for the Holy Scriptures, catechists, discipling and evangelism.

For the President of Peru, Pedro Kuczynski, Ministers of State and new members of Congress, Regional Presidents and Authorities, and local Mayors and Councillors.

For those who grieve and mourn; for those condemned to be executed, and those who will execute them; for those who are persecuted for their faith; for the dying.

For our deacons and the diaconate, our priests and the priesthood.

22.

The Mission Church San Juan Evangelista, Pamplona Baja, with its children’s mission centre; for God’s leading in a period of change.  Rev. Luis and Mr. Paul Tester

The remembrance of those who have died and shared with us in the work and ministry of the diocese.

For the physically and mentally handicapped; for those who have lost their jobs and the long-term unemployed; for the oppressed and downtrodden; for the unloved and despised.

Thanksgiving for our friends and benefactors from around the world.

23.

The Parish of Cristo Redentor, Arequipa, and its mission posts, La Santa Natividad, Yarabamba and Santas María y Marta de Betania.

For those who have received the ministry of healing.  For the deepening of our prayer life and relationship with God.

For children who live on the street or in violent homes;  for those who have been abused or raped; for those addicted to drugs and alcohol; for the sick and the suffering; for those who are weighed down by guilt; the joyless and the hopeless.

Thanksgiving for the victory of our Lord Jesus Christ over evil.

24.

The Mission Church Santa María Virgen, Villa María del Triunfo, and its mission posts: Holy Family, St Mary of Nazareth, Holy Apostles, St James the Fisherman, and St John the Baptist.  Fr. Aurelio.

For abandoned children and orphans; those trapped in pornography or gambling; for those who live in warfare and terror.

Thanksgiving for our bishops and the episcopate.

25.

For the mission churches of San Lucas and Santiago Apóstol, Arequipa;  Thanksgiving for growth in commitment and parish life; for sustained growth and deepening faith.

For the strengthening of Christian formation in the diocese.

Former clergy, overseas missionaries and volunteers.  For those discerning a call to the overseas mission field.

For compassion and the love of Christ for all in need; for those with HIV/AIDS; for babies about to be aborted and their mothers.

Thanksgiving for preachers, teachers and theologians.

26.

Mission of Jesús el Nazareno, Rev. Juan Carlos MArces, San Juan de Miraflores, with its Shalom – ministry to disabled children, Rev Patricia Blanchard.

For clergy families, marriages, wives and their children.

For the love of worship and a desire to raise up and exalt God in all we do.

For clergy support, ongoing training, for the faithful preaching and teaching of God’s Word.

For the strengthening of stewardship, tithing and a spirit of generosity in the Diocese, for the vision of self sustaining communities of faith.

Thanksgiving for the Father, who made all things and us in his image, and who calls us his children.

27.

The Mission San Mateo, Lima, its ministry among parents of the school, and for funds to build a new church; for guidance in a time of change.  Rev. Dimas Guzman and Dcn. Edith VArillas

For good financial support for our schools, that children in poor areas may receive excellent education.

For discipling and Christian education of adults.  For small groups and those who lead them.  For faithfulness in prayer and the daily offices.

Thanksgiving for all supporters of our homes and orphan ministry.

Thanksgiving for Jesus, the Word made flesh and his presence among us.

28.

The Mission of San Felipe, Cabanaconde, thanking God for the mission centre and the growing congregation; for work in the villages of Caylloma and the Colca Valley.   Dcn. Justo.

For the jewellery project in Vía Milagros and the handiwork project in Puente Piedra.

For our former bishops, Bill Godfrey, Bill Flagg (RIP), David Evans and Alan Winstanley.

Partner Organisations in Peru: Compassion International, the Bible Society of Peru, Pro-Vida.

Thanksgiving for the Holy Spirit, who dwells in us, and for his gifts and fruit.

29.

The missions in north Lima: St Patrick’s (Ventanilla), Dcn David, San Andrés (Puente Piedra) Fr. Benjamin, thanksgiving for growth and stability and vision in times of change.

For our Schools, and for COANED – the Anglican Education Consortium (leader Rev. Ricardo Peñarada).  Our three schools, San Mateo and San Juan Apóstol in Lima and San Lucas in Arequipa.  Our New School in Arequipa – Saint Mark’s.

Thanksgiving for the call to holiness and prayer, and for Christian Moral teaching.

30.

The Vicariato of Huancayo, south central Peru.   Its Vicario Rev. Misael Varillas and his clergy.

For the leadership of our schools. For their staff and families; that the children may receive a good education backed by a living faith and sound values.

Thanksgiving for our diocese, province and the Anglican Communion.

31.

We thank and praise God our Father for growth in the number of our missions and their faith; for faithfulness in worship and the study of his word; for growing sense of financial responsibility, stewardship and the organisation of our Church; for the commitment of our clergy and lay ministers to mission and service, and their support for one another.

We pray for the development of a truly Peruvian Anglican Church and for the continued development and calling of God for Peruvian leadership.  That the Anglican Church in Peru may be dynamic, robust, biblical, spirit filled, with a passion for the poor and for transformational ministry that is both social and spiritual.

We thank God for what has been achieved for the Kingdom here in Peru.  The best is yet to come!

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