DECEMBER
1stAdvent Lessons & Carols (5:30pm)
3rd –
Seminar (5:30pm)
12th –
Get-together: Widows / Widowers
16th –
9 Lessons and Carols – Featuring 10:00am Choir
19th – 21st –
Encounter 2012 & Praise / Worship Night (6:00pm)
22nd –
Party for the Elderly
24th –
9 Lessons & Carols – Featuring Divine Favour Choir (6pm)
25th –
Christmas Day (9:00am)
26th –
Sunday School Fun Fair & Youth – BBQ Night
31th –
Song Ministration / Evensong / Watchnight Service
Sis. Elizabeth – (Prayer Warrior)

One of the prayer points she used to pray: (My God, in the midst of those asking me. “where is your God?” arise and show them that you are my God). Then something shocking happened.

Here’s Elizabeth to tell her story:

” I thank God for enabling me to get to know you 2 months ago. I must say I have grown tremendously spiritually. I had been seeking God to help me grow spiritually and teach me how to pray. I have been out of a job for more than 2 years and God has come through for me in a BIG way!!

For me, I feel this is just the beginning of big things to come.  My friend Charity and I decided enough is enough and met like 3 months ago to speak to God concerning my need to earn a living.

We requested Him to answer us by fire in 3 days and for sure He did. In 3 days, I had 3 invitations for job interviews. I went for the interviews and I told God to choose for me which one He has sent my way. (I had previously gone for so many interviews with no
call-backs, frustrating!!!). I told God to shut the doors He did not open (counterfeit jobs).

I went for 3 subsequent interviews for the same position and glory to God, He favoured me all through (I would go for the interviews with angels of happy meetings, the Holy Spirit and Jesus).

We were an invincible team. They asked me to report to work immediately. I had told God that by June I want to be employed, but I am reporting TODAY. I am going to be a RECRUITMENT CONSULTANT, in-line with my career goals and with a six figure starting salary(when everyone had said no one would hire me after 2 years, and if they did, maybe pay me as peanuts).

The Lord is faithful to His promises. He always comes through for His children who seek Him with all their hearts. Please say a word of prayer for me….”

- Sis. Elizabeth,  
(Prayer Warrior)

Praise the LORD! Her story has changed. And this can happen for you too, if you’ll draw a line in the sand today and tell the enemy: Enough is enough! Be An Overcomer this Week

 

Dinah Cristina Amane’s Testimony

March 18, 2009, I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer, Stage 2B. I crossed over the realm of uncertainty & anguish when CANCER was pronounced on me. It never crossed my mind that I would be a part of CANCER statistics.

I feel renewed and rejuvenated in the sense that after diagnosis, I willed myself not to dwell on the dark probabilities or what lies ahead. I underwent the slice, poison and another prophylactic slice to get me going. I have been a recipient and still am a recipient of prayers from brothers & sisters in the BCBP (Brotherhood of Christian Businessmen & Professionals); from relatives & friends and even of strangers & “classmates” in the CANCER world. Definitely I CANCERVIVE!

My positive attitude and happy disposition help in making me what I am today. I attribute this to the constant love I get from my children, from my husband, Glenn, from my Dad and siblings, from my friends and even from strangers. I got a positive insight about cancer and chemotherapy or poison from another Sister in the community who has leukemia. She assured me that it was not the end of the world for me. It is because of this that I am paying forward the very same support I got from her by visiting some that have just been recently diagnosed or even other cancer patients. I want to infect them with my positive outlook, my hands-on attitude by educating myself what I am faced with. I want them to also learn more about their sickness and what toxic effects medicines or procedures can do to them. I want them to know first-hand what to expect after each procedure and for them to always have copies of their pathology results and familiarize the medical terms used. It made a lot of sense to me, I know it will also help them confront or accept their sickness. Denial will not help a bit. On the contrary, it will even aggravate what they already have. While stages are made by men or medical practitioners to help them evaluate or manage their patients, God still has the last say. I’m a 2-B. I would have wanted to be a stage 0 or a 1. This would mean a better chance at survival or recovery. But getting this mark or stage I have to contend with. I trust and surrender everything to God. In His own time, He will lay His healing hand on me; release His power to restore my health fully and take away all the cancer cells in me! In God’s own time.

People always ask me how I was, I always tell them I’m coping fine. Indeed I am. It’s safe to say that I am on remission. Just keep me in your prayers and call on me if there’s anything I can do for you or your friends who are similarly situated like me. I have moved on and never a day passes that I fail to thank God for His blessings and graces bestowed on me and my loved ones. I live each day like it’s my last. I relish and cherish moments shared with friends and loved ones. Always reminding myself to hold on and never let go of God’s abundant love.

During moments of sadness or when episodes of depression hit me; whenever Glenn gets nasty or mean at mean for some trifle things which I did or did not do, or even when the culprit of his anger is someone else but I still get blamed for it, I always tell myself that he’s stressed out and needs to unwind. I love him so much that even if he’s at his worst, I am never short of excuses for him and in the end; I can only feel more love, understanding & even pity for him. Patience is something I am so proud to say I have loads of supply. Having loads of patience and an ounce of understanding help a lot in keeping an outbreak of war at bay. My hair has turned salt and pepper after chemo. Before diagnosis, I had very healthy, thick but coarse long hair. The grays were there but minimal. When my hair started growing back, I noticed there are more whites than black. I don’t mind this at all. I am living another phase of my life and have to contend a different beginning. Whatever is at hand, I have to thank God for it. I cannot and will not complain. He’s done so much in my life and I owe everything to Him.

Early this year, 2 co-fighters died. While theirs were of the invasive & more serious kind of CA, their passing deeply affected me. But I thank God that it did not cause me doubts or unanswered questions to my own plight. I am still fighting my fight. I know, somehow, sometime, we each have to go. I am thankful that like Sis Bing & Sis Lou and all other cancer patients who lost their fights, we were made more special and blessed. We were given the chance to mend our ways or make our peace to some people whom we have caused hurts or pains. So even when another friend just recently passed on due to CA of the colon, stage 4, he also touched my life and others because of his generous & giving heart. He was an anesthesiologist and he fought a good fight to the end. He administered to his patients up to the time his CA metastasized to his brain and he lost his balance prompting him to stop and rest.

When I got the biggest scare in my life, I panicked like hell! Thoughts of dying came to mind. Then, I was struck with a thought. I talked to my kids and told them of my sickness. Told them that I was afraid but my fear was more of their Dad being left all alone when our kids will have their own lives to live later on. So, I told them to allow their Dad to remarry. That was my wish. Then, with my only girl Juliene in tow, we started looking for a 2nd Mom to be for them. Three personalities came to mind. When I told Glenn this, he was shocked beyond words and curtly told me to back off! That he was not interested. Maybe, this idea will have to be put on hold.

My life has never been so lively and so colorful until now. I always surprise people with my different looks. While apt to doing this, because of my desire not to look sick or maybe because the loud side of my personality has become more pronounced with the advent of cancer, I just tell myself that I am entitled to looking different because I am living on borrowed time just like all of you. Before, I never gave a thought about death or dying. I reasoned I was healthy and will live to be a hundred!!! I have a more personal relationship with my Creator now more than ever. My faith in Him served me well when CANCER was pronounced on me. I never questioned His plans for me because I know, He is my God and in Him I surrender everything and put my trust. I am a recipient of countless prayer petitions from friends and even from strangers. I just recently reactivated our Support Group not only for CANCER but also for life threatening diseases. We meet every 2nd Monday of each month. We comfort each other and visit other patients who have just been recently diagnosed. In all the various activities of which I am personally involved, I always invoke God’s love and mercy for all of us. And if God calls me to His kingdom, I am not afraid to go to Him. I know that He gave me ample time to prepare and heed His call in His own time. Amen.

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Wayne B’s Testimony

Growing up I was baptized Catholic. My Mom was Catholic and Dad was not, but Mom was the boss as far as religion was concerned. I received My First Holy Communion, and was Confirmed. Mom would always make sure we headed off to Church every Sunday, all Holidays and Ash Wednesday. My Dad never attended any Church. My grandfather was an avid Bible reader, He (Grandpa) would quote scripture to me daily growing up. (The Seed) When I became a teenager, going to church lost it’s luster to me. I was more concerned with hanging out and running with the pack than going to Church. In time Church was just a memory. I used to think that just because I was baptized and believed in God, I was covered. I had no clue! In 1978 I met Cynthia, we dated for a few years and in 1982 we married. We were married in a Roman Catholic Church by a Monsignor and we had a spectacular wedding. Through the years God blessed us with 3 Children. Our son and Daughter were born in New York City and our third child was born in Florida. Our Children were also baptized Catholic. We attended Church regularly and my youngest was an alter server in the Church. Going to Church had purpose for us and every Sunday after service we would go out for brunch. I always felt good all day Sunday, then by Monday, something seemed missing. My grandfather would always drill John 3:16 into my head as a child, I knew this scripture by heart when I was merely 5 yrs old. Throughout my life I would often recite this verse in my mind, it was really the only scripture I was familiar with. But it was one that lived in me all these years, every time I thought of my Grandfather I thought of that scripture, the two went hand in hand. My Grandfather passed when I was 10 yrs old. I was devastated because he was my mentor, he loved me unconditionally and took care of my every need. No matter what, he loved me with all his heart and I was blessed to have him. I was his favorite child. One day in early 2001, my wife had an issue with our church administrator, feelings were involved and we decided to remove ourselves from the congregation. A few weeks went by and my wife was invited by our neighbor to a small Bible based Church in our neighborhood. I did not go, mainly because in my mind it wasn’t Catholic and I wanted no part of that! When my wife came home that day, she was excited and anxious to tell me all about her experience in this new Church. I listened then in my twisted mind resented the fact that she was now talking of making this a routine. I was not happy about it, and warned her that I refused to attend because it was not Catholic and I would have no part of it! She told me that if I found a Catholic Church she would attend with me, then attend the new Church as well! Well, this flustered me…this wasn’t about me though, this was about God and God will always win! I backslid into my old ways and stopped attending Church, while My wife and Children went without me. (Satan must have really enjoyed this!)

For two years this went on, every Wednesday and Sunday off they went. When they would get home my wife always told me that she saves the seat beside her for me , and will not let anyone sit there. Even during crowded services she remained vigilante not to allow anyone to sit there. Everyone knew this, all the congregation, the ushers, pastoral staff etc. Yet I remained steadfast in my ways to stay away! One day my wife comes home and tells me that she has been called to Bible School, she needed my okay because I am the head of the household. After a long discussion, I agreed for her to attend. This was going to be two days a week 4 hours a day plus twice a week for Church. Also, it was going to cost me money! Imagine the grouch I became over this little tidbit of information. I succumbed to the fact and eventually got over it, but I wasn’t that happy about it at the time.

In early 2004 I was asleep and I heard my wife in the bathroom at around 2:00a.m. I asked her if she was alright and she replied not really, thinking it was probably nothing more than an upset stomach I rolled over and fell back asleep. 2 hours later I awoke again, I went to the bathroom to find my wife in agony, she had been bleeding internally and was a pale color which I have never witnessed before. I rushed her to the emergency room where we spent all day and night undergoing tests to determine what was going on. The following day after tests she was admitted and placed in a room, we hadn’t received any word on the results and I was frightened beyond words. Two people walked into her room that I did not know, when my wife noticed them she seemed happy, she introduced them as Pastor Ken and his wife Melissa. Pastor Ken asked that we join hands and pray, as we did this he asked the Lord to heal my wife and that the results would come back negative. When we broke hands and I opened my eyes the Doctor was standing bedside waiting for us to finish, he told us that my wife was going to be ok and after a night of rest she would be released the following day. She had a severe case of food poisoning. God blessed me that day big time! After hearing this I told my wife that the seat in Church would never be empty again and I meant it. She beamed at this statement.

When I started attending this new Church, I felt somewhat uncomfortable, I was not used to singing and lifting hands, it was out of my element. Secondly, I wasn’t familiar with the Bible. I knew one verse from the Bible, and that was about it! Over time I became more comfortable and the Word was starting to consume me. The more I read the Bible the more I wanted. I was on fire for God now! I wanted to know more and more. In may 2004 I’m sitting in service and Pastor is delivering a message on Salvation. I felt like God was telling me things through the Pastor that night, He was telling me what that “missing” feeling was. At the end of service during prayer the Pastor calls anyone who wants to accept Jesus as Lord and Savior to come up and receive salvation. I heard God tell me to go and Go I did! That night I accepted Jesus into my life, after the prayer of salvation ended I turned to my wife, during this time the congregation is praying and my wife didn’t realize I was the one accepting Jesus, I looked at her open her eyes and focus on me, she let loose an astounding “Hallelujah!” and cried with joy! I don’t think there was a dry eye in the Church. That was my night, I was the only one accepting Jesus, it was me and Jesus, he made me the center of attention. My wife and I are truly blessed. Soon after this I signed up for Bible School and I’m on a mission for God ever since. I Worship, Honor and Praise His Holy Name.

By God’s special favor and mighty power, I have been given the wonderful privilege of serving him by spreading this Good News. Ephesians 3:7

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SUNDAY, 22ND SEPTEMBER, 2013
  • We pray and thank the Lord for our preservation and sustenance for the past years, months, weeks and days. We pray that He may increase our resources and boost our economy to enhance the alleviation of our National and Financial difficulties to His praise and glory.
  • We pray for the Anglican Diocese of Accra for the forth coming Synod. That the Lord will endow us with divine wisdom and unity of purpose as we deliberate on issues concerning His Church.
  • We pray for all backslided Christians and members of this church, that the Lord will revive them and renew their love for his work and worship.
  • We pray for all sick members of this Cathedral that in whatever condition they find themselves, God’s hand will be upon them..

SUNDAY, 15TH SEPTEMBER, 2013

  • Let us with one accord sing praises and thanks to God for his goodness and mercies which are renewed daily.
  • We pray for all church groups in the Diocese and this Cathedral, that they will be unified and directed by the power of the Holy Spirit to work in accordance with their aims and objectives for the growth and welfare of the church.
  • We pray for all children who by misfortune has become orphans and abandoned. We pray for divine assistance through benevolent associations and individuals.
  • We pray for all members to have adequate resources to enable them meet their financial obligations in the church for onward facilitation of church programmes.
  • We pray for all parents whose wards are in school. We ask for God’s divine support in their financial assistance.
  • We pray for the aged, the hospitalized, week and depressed, poor and needy in society. We trust the Lord to meet them at their points of need.

SUNDAY, 8TH SEPTEMBER, 2013

  • With a joyful heart of praise and thanksgiving, we thank the Lord for another Sunday, the beginning of another promising week.
  • We pray for the church that we may have a sense of unity, love and concord in dealing with each other.
  • We pray for the Diocesan and clergy of this Diocese that quickened by the power of the Holy Spirit, we may disciple more of our members into full stature in Christ, that the Anglicah Church may be a discipleship driven church.
  • We pray for this years Harvest. We pray for members to honour their financial obligation to enable the church reach its target for the onward development projects of the church.
  • We remember the sick, suffering, marginalised, poor and needy in society, that God will meet them at the points of needsat the points of needs

SUNDAY, 1ST SEPTEMBER, 2013

  • We give thanks to God Almighty for bringing us safely to the beginning of the ninth month of the year. We rededicate our lives, families, works and marriages to his continuous protection and providence.
  • We thank the Lord for a successful and peaceful verdict declaration that brings Ghana to a new pedestal in our democracy. We continue to pray for the peace of our loving nation Ghana.
  • We pray for our Sunday School children, that as they return from their Annual Camp meeting; the will be doers of they word as well as grow into maturity in Christ.
  • We pray for all who have need for our prayers, the sick, the suffering, the depressed and oppressed in our society.

SUNDAY 4TH AUGUST, 2013

  • Praise glory, honor and dominion be ascribed to the Lord our God who has safely brought us to the beginning of another promising month. We pray for His ever increasing grace and mercies to all parishioners of this Cathedral and their families.
  • We pray for the Bishop, the Dean, Cathedral Clergy and all Clergy of this Diocese that the good Lord will continue to protect, guide and inspire them to duly administer the sacraments to the benefit of the church and to the glory of God. We pray for their families also that they may progress in their works, education and health.
  • We continue to pray for peace and good governance in our beloved country Ghana.
  • We remember to pray for the aged, the sick, the lonely, the depressed and the poor, we entrust them to the Lord’s care.

SUNDAY 28TH JULY, 2013

  • We offer our sacrifice of praise to God for the success of the ordination and pray for those who were ordained that the hand of the Most High God will be their strength today as they celebrate their first mass, may the worship be a spirit fulled encounter for all.
  • We thank God for the gift of life of the late President of the Republic of Ghana His Excellency Prof. John Evans Atta-Mills. We pray for the repose of his soul and may all of us be comforted for the loss, as we remember his demise.
  • The judgement of the election dispute is close, we pray that God will unite the nation even more closer after the ruling. That every form of division will be done away with.
  • We ask for good health for all those who are weak in their bodies and pray that strength may be given to them. We pray for restoration and claim our possession in Jesus name.

SUNDAY 21ST JULY, 2013

  • We thank God for the gift of today and praise Him for His providence. We wish to honour and adore Him for mercies received.
  • We continue to pray for our Nation Ghana; we pray that as we await the results of the 2012 elections petition in court, we will remain united and whatever the outcome may be Ghana will remain peaceful and united.
  • We pray for St. George Garrison Anglican Church, Burma Camp; that as they recover from their losses caused by the fire outbreak that raised down their place of worship; we pray that the Lord will touch the hearts of sympathizers to help in their onward progression as they build their new place of worship.
  • We remember the sick, the neglect, the marginalised and all those who suffer persecution, that God himself will bring healing, comfort, and also give them internal peace that comes only from Him.

SUNDAY 14TH JULY, 2013

  • We give praise, glory, honor and Power to the Lord our God for safely bringing us to the beginning of another promising week. We ask for his divine assistance in all things.
  • We pray for all students who are out of school; that the Lord will order their thought patterns and actions so to prevent them from making wrong choices.
  • We pray for a revival of the Bible study life of the church remembering all our Bible study leaders that they will be enriched by the word and spirit of God as they lead.
  • We pray for all PCC members of the church. We pray the Lord to grant them divine wisdom in their deliberations and works for the Church.
  • We pray for the sick, aged, deprived, unloved, and depressed. That they will receive love and assistance from God.

SUNDAY 7TH JULY, 2013

  • We give thanks to God for safely bringing us to the second half of the year. We pray for this abundant grace and availing mercies.
  • We pray for the Dean, Clergy, Lay Ministers and the Cathedral Office Staff. We pray that with the help of the Holy Spirit they may work to promote the advancement of God’s work in His church.
  • We pray for all members of this Cathedral Church, that they will be endowed with divine favour in every endeavours of their works, marriages and contacts.
  • We pray for the sick, lonely, poor, unloved, the forgotten, widows/widowers the aged and all in any kind of trouble. We Pray for God’s divine assistance.

SUNDAY 30TH JUNE, 2013

  • Gracious Lord, we pray for your holy Church and ask you to flood it with the truth and peace of your Holy Spirit.
  • Where the Church is right, strengthen it; where it is in error, re-direct it. Where the Church is corrupt, purify it; where in any thing it is amiss, reform it. Where it is in want, provide for it; where it is divided, reunite it.
  • Lord give us wisdom and reverence so to use the resources of nature that no one may suffer from our abuse of them.
  • Take away the arrogance and hatred which infect our hearts; break down the walls that separate us; unite us in bonds of love; and work through our struggle and confusion to accomplish your purposes on earth.
  • Most merciful God, we remember before you all poor and neglected persons whom it would be easy for us to forget, the old and the sick and all who have none to care for them.
  • Lord, help us to follow you without any hesitation.

SUNDAY 23RD JUNE, 2013

  • Lord, draw your Church together into one great company of disciples, together serving your Son in his mission to the world.
  • May we as a Church be open and welcoming to all people. Prepare a room in our hearts, we pray, so that those who are hurt, rejected or ignored in the world may find kindness there.
  • By the power of your Spirit make us, your children, followers and partners in the grand design of your kingdom of love.
  • We pray for peace in a world of war, for health in a world of hunger, and for harmony in a world of discord. Lead us from war and want by the pathways of justice and peace.
  • Help us to overcome our fears and prejudices and to see your image in all people.
  • We remember before you the homeless, the destitute, the sick, the aged and all who have none to care for them.
  • Heal all those who suffer, whether physically or mentally, and restore them to strength of mind and cheerfulness of spirit.
  • Remember especially, Lord, those whom we have forgotten. For you are the helper of the helpless, the saviour of the lost, the refuge of the wanderer and the healer of the sick.

SUNDAY 16TH JUNE, 2013

  • Gracious God, make our lives, through Jesus our true Vine, living branches of faith, hope, and love, so that the existence of others may be enriched and our own lives grow mature with the fruit of the Holy Spirit.
  • Help us to be persons who love unconditionally as you love people
  • Help us not to place unchristian demands or conditions on others
  • Help us not to give up the freedom that Christ won for us by trying to win the love of others or seeking to conform to conditions that they may set upon loving us.
  • Caring God, for our brothers and sisters in all their diverse needs we also pray this day.
  • We pray with thankfulness for those prayers you have already answered. · Gracious God, with hearts of hope we pray for those things yet to be.
  • We remember before you today, O God, ……… Lord hear our prayer…

SUNDAY 9TH JUNE, 2013

  • Thank God for loving us and for His presence to heal us.
  • Pray God for increase of your faith and trust in Him as the one who provides and sees us through life.
  • Let us pray that His word would come alive in our being to recreate us.
  • Pray that the favour of God over Ghana will be responded to by Ghanaians for a full measure of His rulership.
  • Let us call on our loving Lord for the healing of the sick and suffering.

SUNDAY 2ND JUNE, 2013

  • Thank God for loving us and for His presence to heal us.
  • Pray God for increase of your faith and trust in Him as the one who provides and sees us through life.
  • Let us pray that His word would come alive in our being to recreate us.
  • Pray that the favour of God over Ghana will be responded to by Ghanaians for a full measure of His rulership.
  • Let us call on our loving Lord for the healing of the sick and suffering.

SUNDAY 26TH MAY, 2013

  • Thank God for the day, having lifted us up this week. Thank the Lord for his mercy and goodness towards us.
  • As we celebrate Trinity Sunday, thank God for the life of every member of this Cathedral.
  • Let us pray that God will help us know him as he is. Pray also that Ghanaians will seek his face and presence in all that we do.
  • Pray for the Jobless and needy. Pray that the Lord will save and heal us from all sicknesses and diseases.
  • Let us pray that as we rejoice for the favour the Lord has shown the Anglican Church, Diocese of Accra. We will as well humble ourselves as a church before the Lord for him to direct our way.

SUNDAY 19TH MAY, 2013

  • Gracious God, Spirit of life, move upon the face of our world, our Nation, our Church in the power of your Holy Spirit. Startle the powerful and the humble with your power and tenderness, your purpose and determination, your patience and mercy. Hear our prayers of thankfulness and our requests for your intercession.
  • Almighty God we thank you for your nurture and your care for how you pour your gifts out upon the earth blessing your people not only with food, but with talents and abilities, with dreams and visions, and with all that goes to make us one body, a body of light, of love and of care, of healing and of witness, Lord, hear our prayer.
  • Heavenly Joy, rock of Ages, Wind upon the Sea, we thank you for how you have made us to drink of the one Spirit and for how you work through us to bring wholeness and peace to the world. We pray O God that each of us in this part of your church, that each of us in this Cathedral may find the perfect freedom that you promise in Christ Jesus and in dying to self and coming alive to him, walk his path of service and devotion, of sacrifice and of love. Make us a servant people with him, that like him, we may also share in your glory. Lord hear our prayer….
  • Father, as we worship today, in this time of celebration of the birth of your church, and for what you have done through your faithful ones in this place and at the Independence Square, we pray for ……. Lord hear our prayer.

SUNDAY 5TH MAY, 2013

  • We give thanks to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ for the gift of a new week, praying that His favour will continue to rest on us, our church and our Nation Ghana.
  • We pray for peace, security, and the prosperity of our dear country Ghana, praying for the leadership and the various arms of government to uphold and promote the peace of God in our nation.
  • We pray for the organisers of this years Harvest, that this year’s harvest and fundraising programme will be successful and achieve its purposes. We ask the Lord’s divine assistance for the Guilds that have come together to work for this purpose.
  • We pray for the Diocesan Crusade scheduled for 15th – 17th May, 2013. We pray for all the resource persons; that the Lord will use them massively as channels of blessing and inspiration.
  • We pray for all who for one reason or the other are not in church that the Lord will reveal himself to them.

SUNDAY 28TH APRIL, 2013

  • We give thanks to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ for the gift of a new week, praying that His favour will continue to rest on us, our church and our Nation Ghana.
  • We pray for peace, security, and the prosperity of our dear country Ghana, praying for the leadership and the various arms of government to uphold and promote the peace of God in our nation.
  • We pray for the organisers of this years Harvest, that this year’s harvest and fundraising programme will be successful and achieve its purposes. We ask the Lord’s divine assistance for the Guilds that have come together to work for this purpose.
  • We pray for the Diocesan Crusade scheduled for 15th – 17th May, 2013. We pray for all the resource persons; that the Lord will use them massively as channels of blessing and inspiration.
  • We pray for all who for one reason or the other are not in church that the Lord will reveal himself to them.

SUNDAY 21ST APRIL, 2013

  • We offer special thanks to God for His presence that has been with us to this day. We pray for his continuous mercies and protection from all evils.
  • We pray for all leaders, that they may emulate the examples of Christ our Chief Shepherd.
  • We pray for leaders and rulers of nations especially our lovely nation Ghana that they may come to the saving knowledge of Christ and be changed for better leadership of God’s people.
  • We pray for the on-coming crusade at the Independence Square. We pray for the full participation of our members, a spirit filled program and for traveling mercies to all who will attend the program.
  • We pray for the sick, the poor, the depressed, the lonely, the rejected that the fountain of God’s healing be their portion.

SUNDAY 14TH APRIL, 2013

  •  We offer to the Lord all praise, glory an d honor due for safely bringing us to the beginning of this day. We pray that this week will be a productive week in our lives.
  • We pray for all those writing their final exams especially, all Senior High School Students in the Third and Fourth years, that they will perform excellently and live responsible lives after their exams.
  • We pray for God’s divine provision to open job avenues for the jobless and unemployed that they may discern the will of God for their lives.
  • We pray for all children those by misfortune have become orphans and abandoned. We pray that the Holy Spirit, will touch the hearts of people to assist individuals orphanages that are providing for these unfortunate ones.
  • We pray for all our sick and aged members that the Lord’s presence will continue to help them to overcome the sense of loneliness and rejection, looking and trusting the Lord all the time.

·SUNDAY 7TH APRIL, 2013

  • We praise and thank the Good Lord for a successful Easter celebration. We trust that the resurrection Power of our Lord Jesus Christ will revive our hope, faith and strength and also minister peace to every trouble minds.
  • We pray for all Clergy Spouses, that at their ongoing Conference in Ho, the Lord will reveal himself to them. We pray for their continuous support for the Clergy to perform and to discharge their priestly duties effectively.
  • We pray for the new Archbishop of Canterbury – Justice Welby, that in his vocation and ministry, he may be an instrument of God’s love, and also to be endues with the needful grace to lead the Alnglican Communion Worldwide.
  • We pray for the weak, disabled, and helpless people in society, that the resurrection of Christ will inspire their hope in the midst of their Challenges.
  • We pray for all our benefactors and all those who have been helpful to us in one way or the other.

SUNDAY, 31ST MARCH, 2013

  • Let us thank the good Lord that we have lived to see another Palm Sunday. We pray that as Jesus Christ our Lord entered Jerusalem and cleansed the Temple, He may enter our hearts and cleanse us of all our sins.
  • We pray for all Teachers in all institutions of learning that the Lord will grant them more knowledge to impart unto all those entrusted to their care. We pray that the demands of NAGRAT and GNAT  will be considered so as to enable all teachers to return to the classrooms to teach.
  •  We thank God for the gift of children. We pray that our children and our youth may be responsive to good nurturing so that they will become responsible members of the church and good Patriots of the Nation.
  • We pray for all Doctors, Nurses and other Medical Personnel, for God’s protection in the course of their duties. We pray that as the Holy Spirit blesses their efforts, they in turn will administer to the sick with love, patience and devotion.

SUNDAY, 17TH MARCH, 2013

  • We praise the Lord for His goodness and mercies towards us as a nation and a Church.
  • We thank God for the lives of our Clergy, we pray that they may always be protected and guided by the Holy Spirit to lead holy, righteous and sober lives worthy of emulation by the flock they are shepherding.
  •  We pray that God may bless all who have offered themselves to the service of Lay Ministry; That strengthened by the Holy Spirit they may faithfully continue in their respective vocations in the Lord’s vineyard.
  • We join our faith together in praying for the sick, poor and needy; for God’s divine intervention in their situations.

SUNDAY, 10TH MARCH, 2013

  • Let us with one accord give thanks to God for bringing us safely to the beginning of another week. We pray that God will forgive us all that we have done against his most holy will and commandment. We pray for the renewing of His Spirit in our lives.
  • We pray God’s divine prosperity for our Nation Ghana. We pray that He will continue to shower his blessing on all good endeavours of the Government so as to eliminate all predicament that may hinder the progress of this Nation of ours.
  •  We thank God for the lives of all parents and guardians, especially, Mothers. That they will be endowed with patience, wisdom, and strength in nurturing their children in the fear of God.
  • We pray for God’s mercies on all peoples especially the poor, needy and desolate in society. Pray for God’s divine guidance and providence for their basic requirements in life.

SUNDAY, 3RD MARCH, 2013

  • Thank God for his mercies, love and care for a good weather and peacefulness in our country.
  • We pray God to give us good listening ears which will hear him when he speaks, eyes to see his directions and a heart to obey him with understanding and humility.
  • That we might bear fruit in its season since God has provided us with all that we need, both spiritually and physically.
  • That each one of us will recognize and acknowledge his/her call and hence be of use to the fullest for the benefit of all mankind.
  • That our children will grow according to the will of God.

SUNDAY, 24TH FEBRUARY, 2013

  • We offer to the Lord our Salvation all praise and glory due His name for safely bringing us to the beginning of this week.
  • We pray for the education system of Ghana, remembering all Heads of Schools, teachers and all in decision making positions that they will be selfless and dedicated to their duties.
  •  We pray for all those who are qualified, but jobless. Praying for more job avenues for them to be employed. We also pray for all those who are being under payed that the Lord will touch the hearts of their employers to treat them better.
  • We pray for the sick, the poor, the unloved, the forgotten, the lonely and all in any kind of trouble.

SUNDAY, 17TH FEBRUARY, 2013

  • We praise the Lord God  for his goodness and mercies which are new every morning.
  • We pray for the unbelievers and backsliden Christians to turn to the Lord for forgiveness during this Lenten season.
  •  We pray for divine empowerment and for the assistance of the Holy Spirit during this Lenten season. We ask the Lord to help us in ourself denial, Prayer and almsgiving exercise.
  • We pray for our President, Vice and all in authority in our land; ie. The Speaker of Parliament, Chief Justice, Ministers, MP’S, MCE’s, DCE’s etc. We pray for Godly led leadership.
  • We pray for all who need our prayers, the sick, the depressed, oppressed, widows and widowers; for the Lord’s divine assistance.

SUNDAY, 10TH FEBRUARY, 2013

  • We praise the Lord God  for what He has done for us, and for what He continues to do for us as a nation, a church and a people called by His grace.
  • We pray for God’s forgiveness for wrongs we have done which retards progress in society. We pray that we will be instruments in the hands of God in fulfilling His purposes on earth and in our nation Ghana.
  •  We pray for our Bishop’s, Priests and all Ministers of the gospel, praying that in their lives, and doctrines they may increase in the grace of God and also set forth rightly the word of truth without fear, favor or prejudiced.
  • Pray for all unbelievers and people of other faiths that they may come to the saving faith of our Lord Jesus Christ.
  • We pray for all in trouble, sorrow, need, sickness, or other adversity, that God will intervene in their situations.

SUNDAY, 3RD FEBRUARY, 2013

  • With joyful hearts and Praise to our God, Let us thank the Lord for safely bringing us to the beginning of a new month.
  • Let us pray for the Spirit of thankfulness as we look back at what God has done for us, and for wisdom to order our affairs to achieve fruitful results.
  •  We pray for all retired workers and Priests of this Diocese; we ask for the continuous protection and provision of the Lord  to maintain and keep them strong.
  • We pray for all members of the Anglican Diocese of Accra, especially members of this Cathedral that we may be committed in fulfuling the Vision and Mission of our Church .
  • We pray for the sick, the deprived, the oppressed and depressed, aged, widows, and widowers, that the Lord may intervene in their challenging moments.

SUNDAY, 27TH JANUARY, 2013

  • Thank God for the Word He has given us for our guidance. For the Word that shows us how to live in a way that is pleasing to Him, which sets free God’s liberating and healing power in our midst.
  • Thank God for all who proclaim the Word faithfully and help us to understand what His Will is.
  •  Thank God for the living Word, the Word that became flesh and dwelt among us full of grace and truth, Jesus Christ our Saviour..
  • Extend your blessings to others through your prayer for them and in so doing ask that God’s name be blessed by what you seek of Him, both in its intention and in its fulfillment. .
  • Pray that we may obey God’s will in all things and do the works that He has gifted us to do, as a revelation of His presence.

SUNDAY, 20TH JANUARY, 2013

  • Pray for heads of states: that they may know how to read worlds events and see the signs that God gives through these, so that they may lead their people with wisdom.
  • Pray for Church leaders: that they may be attentive to the signs that God gives them through daily events so that they may guide God’s people as He wants them to do.
  •  Pray for people who always look for extraordinary happenings to find a direction for their lives: that they may rather be attentive to the ordinary events which carry God’s signs and His message.
  • Let us pray for ourselves: that we may be sensitive to the signs that God addresses to us personally through his Bible, the visit of a neighbor or the advice of a friend.
  • May God help us to recognize the signs that he gives us through what happens in the World.

SUNDAY, 13TH JANUARY, 2013

  • Pray for those who do not know God, as a Father: that they   may come to discover who God really is.
  • Pray for those who do not see themselves as God’s children, that they may also come to the saving knowledge of Christ and His love.
  •  Pray for parents: that they may express their love for their children in a way that will reflect God’s own love for us.
  • Pray for those who have experienced little love in their lives: that this may not prevent them from trusting in God’s love for them.
  • Pray that we may firmly believe in God’s personal love for each one of us and that we may share this conviction with those we meet.
  • Pray for travelling mercies for all students and teachers as they return to school for the second term.

SUNDAY, 6TH JANUARY, 2013

  • We pray for those who, having been Christians for some time, have stopped looking for you, Lord: that they may learn anew to find you in all that happens to them.
  • We pray for those who say that they have searched for you, Lord, but did not find you: that they may not cease trying to meet you.
  •  We pray for those who look to the stars and to secret doctrines in search of you, Lord: that they may be attentive to the genuine signs pointing to your presence with us.
  • We pray for ourselves: that we never stop looking for you, Lord Jesus, no matter how demanding this may be at times, and that we may not rest until we have found you.
  • We pray for our nation Ghana, that we may enjoy the peace which passes all understanding.

SUNDAY, 2ND DECEMBER, 2012

  • Thank the Almighty for ushering us into a new week. Pray that the week may be a successful one for us.
  • Pray that the Electoral Commission of Ghana may resist every influence from outside and strictly abide by its given mandate.
  • Pray that all the country’s natural resources may be exploited and faithfully applied to the needs of Ghanaians.
  • Pray for a just society in Ghana, where human dignity is respected and maintained.
  • Pray for all accident victims that the Lord may grant them relief in all their trials.

SUNDAY, 25TH NOVEMBER, 2012

  • Let every heart be opened in praise and thanksgiving.
  • Pray for the Electoral Commission of Ghana that it would do its utmost to ensure free, fair and transparent elections, come December 7.
  •  Pray that the world’s natural resources would be equittably shared among the worlds peoples.
  • Pray for the disadvantaged in society and those whose voices are styfled on political grounds.
  • Pray that God himself will choose the right leader for Ghana to  manage faithfully the national resources.

SUNDAY, 18TH NOVEMBER, 2012

  • Thank God for ushering us into a brand new week, full of various possibilities and blessing.
  • Pray for all school children, especially those who have to trek long distances to their schools.
  •  Remember the sick the lonely and the unloved in your prayers.
  • We pray that the world will increasingly become a place of peace and love.
  • We pray for the Electoral Commission of Ghana that it will uphold its tenets to ensure free fair and transparent elections this year.
  • Pray for young men and women who are searching for life partners that God may guide them to pick appropriate partners.

SUNDAY, 11TH NOVEMBER, 2012

  • Let us thank God for a continuous fair weather and adequate provision of our needs.
  • We pray for all women labouring of child and a decrease in infant mortality.
  •  We pray for all labourers and artisans especially those whose tasks involves working with dangerous equipment.
  • We pray that the world will increasingly become a place of peace and love.
  • We pray for the Electoral Commission of Ghana that it will uphold its tenets to ensure free fair and transparent elections this year.
  • Thank God for a successful Harvest.
  • We pray for a spirit filled  Enthronement ceremony in this afternoon.

SUNDAY, 4TH NOVEMBER, 2012

  • Pray that the week we have just entered may be one in which all our needs and petitions will be granted by God the Father Almighty.
  • We pray for traveling mercies for traders who travel to various places to buy wares for sale in the urban centres.
  • Let remember all those who are unable to fend for themselves on account of various defects and illnesses..
  • Pray for all doctors, nurses and para-medical staff that God the healer will heal the sick through their efforts.
  • We pray for the Electoral Commission of Ghana that it will uphold its tenets to ensure free fair and transparent elections this year.

SUNDAY, 28TH OCTOBER, 2012

  • Thank God for ushering us into another week full of opportunities and breakthroughs.
  • Let us pray for the success of the impending Harvest. Pray the Lord of the Harvest to bring in as many willing supporters as possible to help us achieve our target.
  • We pray for all who will be involved in the Harvest, especially, those who will have to travel from far places. May the Lord grant them all traveling mercies.
  • We pray that the prayer answering God will meet all petitioners at their points of their needs.

SUNDAY, 21ST OCTOBER, 2012·

  •  We magnify and exalt the Lord for the blessing of another day.
  • We thank God for the successful sod-cutting ceremony of the Anglican Bishops Towers. We pray for its success and for the successful implementation of all Diocesan projects.
  • We pray for this years Harvest we trust the Lord to enable us exceed our target and to make achievement of this years Church Projects.
  • We pray for all invited guests for the Harvest, the planning committee and all members that the Lord will endow them with means to honour their financial obligation.
  • We pray for all members who seek for God’s divine intervention in various challenges. That their expectation may not be cut off.

SUNDAY, 14TH OCTOBER, 2012

  • We offer praise, glory, honour and power to our God now and forever for all mercies freely given.
  • We pray for the Electorral Commission of Ghana that it will uphold its tenents to ensure free fair and transparent elections this year.
  • We pray for all hospitals and medical centres, remembering all Doctors, Pharmacists, Nurses and Medical Assistants that God will continue to use them as channels of healing to the sick and the depressed.
  • We pray for all bishops of the Anglican Communion especially within our Province that they will be united in seeking the purpose of Christ for his Church.
  • We pray for all psychiatry patients trusting the Lord to intervene in their healing process.

SUNDAY, 7TH OCTOBER, 2012

  • We thank the Lord for safely bringing us to the beginning of the last quarter of the year; trusting Him to see us safely to the end of the year fulfilling His purpose for our lives.
  • We continue to pray for Ghana and for National peace before, during and after the General Elections. We pray that our youth groups will be committed and loyal to the Lord in promoting peace and eschewing violence during the electioneering period.
  • We pray for all married couples who are trusting God for the gift of Children.
  • We pray for all inactive members of our church, that the Lord’s Spirit will revive them for greater works.
  • We pray for all sick members, especially the disabled, depressed and mentally challenged, that the Lord will remember them.

SUNDAY, 30TH SEPTEMBER, 2012

  • We bring our prayer of thanks and praise to God for his live, forgiveness and safety we’ve enjoyed throughout the year’s.
  • We pray for our schools and education, institutional; especially our teachers and head teacher’s, that they will continue to render selfless and dedicated services.
  • We pray for a new passion of God’s word, prayer and Evangelism among church members of this Cathedral.
  • We pray for God’s healing to manifest in the lives of those whose health conditions need God’s divine intervention.

SUNDAY, 23RD SEPTEMBER, 2012

  • We thank God for his Goodness and mercies, his loving kindness and provisions from the beginning of the year to date.
  • We pray for all youth groups in the Diocese, that they will continue to remain disciplined, spirit filled and Spirit led.
  • We pray for all our Clergy and their families, that as the year draws to a close, more grace will abound in their lives to sustain them in their duties towards God and man.
  • We pray for all sick persons, especially those with depressed conditions; that the hand of the Lord will sustain them in their challenging moments.
  • We pray for God’s protection on all member of this Cathedral

SUNDAY, 16TH SEPTEMBER, 2012

  • Take time today to think back and consider how wonderful God has led you. Thank Him.
  • We pray for peace, security and prosperity of our nation, Church and families.
  • Let us pray for the media to show some tact and decorum in discharging their duties, and in upholding and promoting the peace we enjoy as a nation.
  • We pray for the unsaved members of our communities, that they may come to the saving knowledge of Christ.
  • We pray for the sick especially those under intensive care. We trust the Lord to heal them.

SUNDAY, 9TH SEPTEMBER, 2012

  • We thank God for a successful ordination of Deacons and Priests, pray that God’s hand will strengthen the ordained to be faithful to the course of the Gospel. We also pray for their spouses and family.
  • Pray for the Church universal, asking for the guidance and strengthening of the Holy Spirit to enable us live to His glory.
  • Pray for the President, the three arms of government and the nation as a whole, pray that God will prosper our endeavours for the growth of our nation.
  • Pray for the security personnel and the media for wisdom to discharge their duties effectively.
  • Pray for wisdom for all teachers that the good Lord will bless them with more knowledge to impart unto all those entrusted into their care. Pray for patience and understanding as they teach our children to be responsible citizens.
  • We pray for all candidate who are writing their remedial examination.

SUNDAY, 2ND SEPTEMBER, 2012

  • From the depth of our hearts, we give thanks to God for His innumerable benefits that we continue to enjoy and bringing us to the beginning of another month.
  • Pray for the Church universal, asking for the guidance and strengthening of the Holy Spirit to enable us live to His glory.
  • Pray for the President, the three arms of government and the nation as a whole, pray that God will prosper our endeavours for the growth of our nation.
  • Pray for wisdom for all teachers that the good Lord will bless them with more knowledge to impart unto all those entrusted into their care. Pray for patience and understanding as they teach our children to be responsible citizens.
  • Pray God to mercifully look upon the sick persons especially our members and relieve them of their sufferings.

SUNDAY, 26TH AUGUST, 2012

  •  With a grateful heart and a mouth full of praise, let us give thanks to God for the great and small things He had done for us.
  • Let’s all with one pray for all those who will be ordained that God will fill them with the overflowing of his spirit and endow them with the gifts of the Holy Spirit.
  • Let’s pray for all our outstation churches, that they should grow according to God’s will
  • Let’s pray for the peace of Ghana, as we approach election 2012.
  • Let’s pray for all broken relationships We pray for our President, Vice and all in authority in our land; ie. The Speaker of Parliament, Chief Justice, Ministers, MP’S, MCE’s, DCE’s etc. We pray for Godly led leadership.that God should restore them

SUNDAY, 19TH AUGUST, 2012

  • Give God w/liorship and thanks for one particular thing you are grateful for.
  • Let’s pray for all clergy and their families for God’s protection and provision.
  • Let’s pray to God, to heal all those who are sick, especially those slated to undergo surgery.
  • Let’s pray for couples who are seeking for the fruit of the womb, that God should meet their heart desires.
  • Let’s pray for broken homes, and marriages for God to reunite them.
  • Let’s pray for all conferences going on especially that of AYPA and Women’s Fellowship
  • Bring your personal needs before God.

SUNDAY, 12TH AUGUST, 2012

  • Let’s us all with one heart and voice give God worship for who He is and what He does.
  • Let’s thank Him for the gift of life He has given us.
  • Let’s pray for the children’s study camp, that starts today, pray for transport mercies to and fro.
  • Let’s ask God to use the Sunday School teacher to shape the lives of the children.
  • Let’s pray for our relatives, friends and loved ones who have not yet come to the saving knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.
  • Pray for the sick, suffering, the aged and the dying that God should heal and protect them.
  • Bring your personal supplications before God.

SUNDAY, 5TH AUGUST, 2012

  • Let’s give thanks to God for his constant care, protection and provision for our families, church and nation.
  • Let’s give thanks to God for a successful Children’s Harvest, ask God to replenish all those who gave to support the harvest.
  • Let’s give thanks to God for a successful completion of Youth Week Celebration, let’s ask God to help our youth to stay focus on Him.
  • Give thanks to God for a successful Synod, ask God to help us implement the synod resolutions, so as to uplift the Anglican Church to a greater height.
  • Give God worship throughout this week.

SUNDAY, 29TH JULY, 2012

Our focus this week is directed towards the Nation.

  • Let’s thank God for the Nation, Ghana for the peace we are enjoying.
  • Let’s pray for the newly sworn in President that God should give him  wisdom to lead the nation according to God’s own way.
  • Let us also pray for the organs of the Government.
  • Lets bring our economy before God.
  • Pray for the citizens of Ghana that we will lead a peaceful life.
  • Pray asking God’s blesssing on all citizens and the nation at large.

SUNDAY, 22ND JULY, 2012

  • Our focus this week is directed towards the church.
  • Give God praise and thanks for all that He has done for you, your family and the Church. (Ps. 103:1-5).
  • Let’s thank God for the lives of the leadership of the churches.
  • Pray for all workers in the body of Christ, both the clergy and the laity.
  •  Pray for love and unity among the members of the church. (Psalm 133:1-3)
  • Pray committing every programme  of the church into God’s hand that He should grant us success in all (Prov. 1).
  • Let’s pray for the afflicted members, that God should deliver them from all their affliction. (Psalm 34:17,19)
  • Let’s ask God to give us a productive and blessed week.

 SUNDAY, 15TH JULY, 2012

  • Our focus this week is on Children (Ps127:3-5)
  • Let’s give God worship by praising Him for who He is and thanking Him for what he has done and what He will do for us (Ps. 95:6).
  • Let’s ask God to protect all children against any plan of the enemy
  • Pray that our children would grow to become what God had destined them to be.
  • Pray for street children, orphans, those involved in slavery that God will meet them at the point of their needs, by raising people who will come to their aid.
  •   Pray for all parents and teachers that they will instruct their children in the fear of the Lord.
  • Ask for God’s blessing on all parents, guardians, children organizations, that they would be able to care for our future leaders.

Note: Without children trained in godly fear our families, church, nations will have no future.

SUNDAY 17TH JUNE, 2012

  • With grateful hearts we give thanks to God for a brand new week and for answered prayers.
  • We pray for the Church universal to demonstrate unity and partnership in the body of Christ and maintain a strong standard of godly living
  • We continue to pray for next Sunday’s consecration of a new Bishop. We pray for all who will be travelling from far and near to attend the service. We pray for journeying mercies and a spirit filled service.
  • Pray God to hear the prayers of persons asking for the fruit of the womb. Pray that His mercies bestowed upon Sarah and Hannah will be extended to them.
  • Pray that God will have mercy on our children especially the youth. Pray for the empowerment of the Holy Spirit in all their endeavours
  • Pray for the needy, and the desolate and all in any king of trouble.

SUNDAY, 10TH JUNE, 2012

  • We praise and glorify the name of the Lord our God for his goodness and mercies that are new every morning.
  •  We pray for all Doctor’s, Medical Officers, Nurses and all health workers, that the Lord will increase their love for saving lives. We pray for God’s blessings on their lives, work and families.
  • We pray for the forth coming Consecration of a new Bishop, praying for our new Bishop to be endowed with the riches of God’s grace and gifts of leadership.
  • We pray for all unemployed members of this Church, asking for the divine direction of God to show them avenues of usefulness.
  •  We pray for the sick, suffering, depressed and destitute. Praying for the Lord’s divine intervention.

SUNDAY, 3RD JUNE, 2012

  • We thank God for the wonderful and spirit filled anointing service held last Sunday. Thank God for the presence of the Holy Spirit, for healing breakthroughs and testimonies.
  • We also thank God for the fresh anointing upon His children, and pray that we may declare the word of God with boldness and clarity.
  • Pray and thank God for all the activities held throughout the week. As we celebrate our feast of Title today, we pray that all members of this great Cathedral will participate fully in the programmes for this month. Pray that we will seek the kingdom of God, trusting fully in the Father.
  • Pray for God’s light to awaken the Church in Ghana to put aside all slumbering and false teachings and prepare the way for the king of Glory.
  • Pray for all persons you know are burdened and going through difficulties and are becoming weary, that they may find rest in Jesus.

SUNDAY, 27TH MAY, 2012

  • We give praise, glory and honour to God for sending the gifts of the Holy Spirit to guide, keep and to inspire the Church to remain in the truth.
  •  Let us pray for the continuous infilling of the Holy Spirit, we pray that the Church will be guided to lead Holy, righteous and sober life worthy of emulation.
  • We pray for all clergy and Lay Ministers; that being strengthened by the Holy Spirit, they will faithfully continue in their respective vocations in the Lord’s vineyard.
  • We pray for today’s Healing and Anointing service to be spirit filled that there will be evidence of the healing presence of the Holy Spirit at work. Pray also for the Archbishop and all vessels to be used by God to be channels of God’s blessings and healing to the sick, oppressed and destitute.

SUNDAY, 20TH MAY, 2012

  • With hearts full of gratitude we give thanks to God for a spirit filled Confimation service held last Sunday. We thank God for the lives of those confirmed praying that they would be faithful to the word of God.
  •  We also thank God for  a brand new week and the gift of life with its blessings.
  • We pray for the Archbishop, the Dean and All Clergymen. We ask for God’s continued blessings upon them and be guided by the Holy Spirit.
  • We pray for all activities lined up in the Cathedral for the month of June. Pray for God’s direction and guidance and for the resources needed to organize these programmes.
  •  We also pray for the Youth of this Cathedral, especially for the programmes planned for the rest of the year. Pray for the leading of the spirit and for the resource persons.
  • We pray for the leadership of this nation for God’s wisdom and guidance.
  • We also pray for all caregivers of Orphans and abandoned children. We ask for God’s abundant grace on these people in providing care for these unfortunate children.

· We pray for all in any kind of need.

SUNDAY, 13TH MAY, 2012

  • With grateful hearts we give glory to God for bringing us this far, His love, protection, care and manifold blessings.
  • We pray for the Church worldwide for the spirit of God to guide and strengthen the church for greater works.
  • We pray for the confirmants that they will be filled to overflowing by the power of the Holy Spirit and be endowed with diverse gifts to edify the church.
  • Pray that God will bless all who have offered themselves to the service and that strengthened and guided by the Holy Spirit they may faithfully continue in their respective vocations in the Lord’s vineyard.
  • We pray for the entire congregation to lead lives worthy of emulation to the greater glory of God. Pray that the Lord will bless and keep us closely united to Him.
  • Pray for the three arms of government for wisdom, direction and guidance. We also pray that this year’s election will be a peaceful one. We pray for the Electoral Commission that guided by the Holy Spirit they may execute their duties in the fear of God.
  • We remember the sick, the unemployed widows/widowers and all in any kind of trouble.

SUNDAY, 6TH MAY, 2012

  • Thank God for the gift of life as individuals and as members of the body of Christ. We also thank the good Lord for a successful Alpha retreat.
  •  We pray for the Anglican Diocese of Accra that the Holy Spirit may at all times guard, guide and strengthen the Church. We remember all Clergymen, that guided by the Holy Spirit they may lead holy, righteous and sober lives worthy of emulation.
  • We pray for the leaders and the entire congregation of Cathedral Church to draw closer to God, look up to Jesus in all things and live. We ask that God will look down with favour upon us and answer our prayers.
  •  Thank God for the lives of all parents and guardians especially mothers. Pray that the Lord will bless them with strength, wisdom and patience to nurture their children in the knowledge, fear and love of God.
  •  We remember the needy, and the sick. We pray that the great Physician will have mercy and heal them.

SUNDAY, 29TH APRIL, 2012

  • Praise, Glory and honour to the Lord, for his mercies which endures forever. We continue to pray for the SHS students for success in their exams.
  • We thank God for the peaceful and successful completion of the B.E.C.E.
  • We pray that as the Pupils (J.H.S Graduands) spend the next four to five months at home, God will protect them and that their hands find fruitful work to do.
  • For God’s direction and Peace on marriages going through troubled moments and for those yet to marry, He himself should grant them wisdom and the needed resources.
  • For the Children’s Ministry that God should be their guide and provider directing them daily.
  • Pray for the sick, needy and all those who are disturbed in one way or the other. Ask for God’s healing on them.

SUNDAY 22ND APRIL, 2012

  •  We give thanks to God for life, creation, preservation and sustenance.
  •  We pray for the leaders and the entire membership of all church groups. Pray that the Holy Spirit may unify and direct them to work in accordance with the aims and objectives of their respective groups for the growth and welfare of the church.
  • We pray for all Lay Ministers that guided by the Holy Spirit, they may humble themselves in the service of the Church and towards one another.
  •  Pray for peace and understanding in our nation Ghana among Political opponents.
  •  We pray God for guidance and directions to increase our resources and boost our economy.
  •  We pray for all those who are qualified but are jobless. We pray God Almighty to open job avenues for them.
  • Pray God to have mercy on all mankind, especially the needy and desolate. Pray that He may provide for their needs with the basic requirements of their lives.

SUNDAY 15TH APRIL, 2012

  • We continue to thank the Lord for the manifestation of his   resurrection Power in our lives, works and ministry.
  •  We pray for all examination candidates; especially remembering SHS candidate writing their exams and JHS pupil’s who are starting  their exams from Monday. We pray for excellent performance  this year.
  • We pray for all Old St. Monican’s for unity and love for God’s support for their aged members.
  •  We pray that the Spirit that raised Christ from the dead will quicken the bodies of the aged and all who are sick in any part of their bodies, that they will experience a miracle of healing.
  •  Pray for  Chiefs, Queen Mothers, Elders of Families and all holding any sort of traditional authority. Pray the Holy Spirit to guide them to administer with integrity, to promote understanding, peace and love among their subjects.

SUNDAY, 8TH APRIL, 2012

  • With hearts full of gratitude, we give thanks to God for the strength given us to go through the Holy Week rites and beyond.
  •  We thank God for the Blood of Jesus that avails for us and the Resurrection power.
  • We pray for the Church universal for God’s Spirit to continue to direct and guide us. We also pray for vision and unity of purpose for the Anglican Diocese of Accra to proclaim God’s great and marvelous deeds among all people.
  •  We pray for our nation Ghana for the ongoing biometric registration exercise. We pray for sanity in all the registration centres, and for a successful exercise devoid of any difficulties or problems.
  •  We pray for the wisdom for the leadership of the Trinity Club and also for the membership drive. We ask for God’s direction and guidance as they use their resources to bless the church and the society at large.
  • We pray for the comfort of the Holy Spirit to surround all in any kind of trouble.

SUNDAY, 1ST APRIL, 2012

  •  We sing praises and thanks to the Lord for safely bringing us through to the end of March. Pray that the Lord will fill us with grace to go through this month.
  •  We pray for safety and solemn reflections during this Eastertide. We also pray for all Clergy of the Diocese that the Lord will endow them with strength to go through the season.
  • Pray for retentive memory for all Pupils and students; We pray for humility and teachable, spirits and also trust the Lord for excellent performance in this years B.E.C.E. and WASSCE.
  • We pray for the Men’s Fellowship of this Cathedral. Praying that the Holy Spirit may unify and direct them in accordance with their aims and objectives.
  •  We remember all sick members of this Cathedral that by the stripes of Christ they may be healed.

SUNDAY, 25TH MARCH, 2012

  • We praise and glorify the Lord for giving us the privilege of a new life this day.
  • We pray for all parishes holding Vestry Meeting and elections to elect new leaders, praying especially for this Parish that the Lord will guide us to have a successful Vestry meeting and elections. We pray that he will guide us to make right choices for the good of His Church.
  • We pray for a new evangelism drive in the church and among all Guilds and Associations.
  • We pray for all Polytechnic teachers on strike, we pray for God’s divine intervention that they will be able to go back to teach the affected students who are preparing for end of Semester exams.
  •  We pray for the leadership and entire members of the Brotherhood of St. Michael and All Angels, that they may be committed to their aims and objectives.
  • We pray for the sick, the poor, the needy, the suffering and underprivileged for God’s help at their various points of need.

SUNDAY, 18TH MARCH, 2012

  •  Let us thank God for strength given us in this Lenten season. Thank Him for all mercies He has bestowed upon us.
  • Pray for a revival for the Church of God. Pray that the Holy Spirit will visit our church in a special way. We pray for all clergymen and their families asking for God’s protection and guidance.
  • Pray God may have mercy on our children. We pray that they may grow up in the knowledge and fear of the Lord. We pray for all parents and guardians for strength, wisdom and the patience to nurture their children in the love of God.
  • Pray for the fruit of the womb for all couples waiting upon the Lord.
  • We pray for the leadership and entire members of the Trinity Guild. We ask for God’s wisdom and guidance and pray for zeal and commitment as they contribute towards the development of the church.
  • Pray for all sick persons for God’s divine touch. We also remember all in any kind of danger of stress. Pray God to relieve them of their sufferings.

SUNDAY, 11TH MARCH, 2012

  • Let us with one accord sing praises and offer thanks to God    for his ever increasing mercies and loving kindness towards us.
  • Let us thank the Lord for a successful launching of the 2012 Harvest last week. We pray for the hosting Guild that the Lord himself will assist their efforts to make us reach and exceed our target this year.
  • We pray for our great country Ghana thanking God for all mercies showered on us for the past 55years that the Lord will bless every government efforts for the progress of this Nation.
  • We pray for the A. Y. P. A. that being guided by the Holy Spirit, they will unite the youth of this Church, especially this year as they celebrate 60th Anniversary. We pray that the youth will grow up to be disciplined, loyal and committed members of this Cathedral as well as becoming useful citizens of this country.
  •  We pray for the sick, needy, poor and unloved, that the Lord will be gracious to them.
  • We pray for the guidance of the Holy Spirit and discernment as we prepare to elect new leaders for the Cathedral church on 25th March, 2012.

SUNDAY, 4TH MARCH, 2012

  • From the depth of our hearts, we give thanks to God for His innumerable benefits that we continue to enjoy and bringing us to the beginning of another month.
  • ·Pray for the Church universal, asking for the guidance and strengthening of the Holy Spirit to enable us live to His glory.
  • ·Pray for the President, the three arms of government and the nation as a whole, pray that God will prosper our endeavours for the growth of our nation.
  • · Pray for the security personnel and the media for wisdom to discharge their duties effectively.
  • ·Pray for wisdom for all teachers that the good Lord will bless them with more knowledge to impart unto all those entrusted into their care. Pray for patience and understanding as they teach our children to be responsible citizens.
  • ·Pray for the Women’s Fellowship. Ask God for wisdom and direction and pray that their efforts will make an impact on the Church and the society at large.
  • · Pray God to mercifully look upon the sick persons especially our members and relieve them of their sufferings.

SUNDAY, 26TH FEBRUARY, 2012

  •  We thank the good Lord for the very gift of our life and the strength He gives us. We are grateful for His love and compassion.
  • ·We pray for all Christians worldwide and ask for more grace during this Lenten period.
  • ·Let us continue to ask for the  enablement of the Holy Spirit to help us go through with all seriousness in order to grow /ul  Let us pray for the continuous infilling of the Holy Spirit, we pray that the Church will be guided to lead Holy, righteous and sober life worthy of emulation.We pray for the Archbishop, the Dean and All Clergymen. We ask for God’s continued blessings upon them and be guided by the Holy Spirit.strongspiritually.
  • · Pray also for the Cathedral clergy and other ministers for strength to go through this discipline and come out stronger spiritually to face the task ahead of them.
  • ·Let us pray for peace in all troubled spots throughout the world. Pray also for our own nation Ghana asking for wisdom for our leaders and pray that they will seek the face of the Lord daily in taking decisions.
  • ·We pray for Mother’s Union. We ask God to give them direction and true vision. We pray for the leadership and ask for Godly wisdom and abundant grace.
  • · We remember all in any kind of distress especially the depressed, the afflicted, the mentally challenged, HIV. and Aids patients and the marginalized in society.

SUNDAY, 19TH FEBRUARY, 2012

  • With Hearts full of gratitude. We give thanks to God for a brand new week and the gift of life.
  • We pray for the Alpha course which is about to take off in all the parishes during this Lenten season. Pray for God’s direction and for more souls to be won for the Lord.
  • We pray for the Archbishop, the Bishop – elect and all clergymen. We pray for unity of purpose and for vision. We also pray for the Clergy spouses and children of clergymen for God’s protection and direction.
  • We pray for the Guilds of St. Andrew thanking God for their induction service. We pray for zeal and commitment and to follow the footsteps of St. Andrew to bring in more souls to the kingdom of God.
  • We continue to pray for the re-roofing project asking God for His continues protection for the workers and all around the premises.
  • We remember the sick, the aged, the bereaved and all in any kind of danger.

SUNDAY, 12TH FEBRUARY, 2012

  • We are grateful to the Lord for His protection, guidance and abundant grace.
  • We thank God for the week-long celebration of the Bible Society of Ghana, for making God’s Word available and affordable to the people of this nation.
  • We pray for peace throughout the world especially Nigeria. We pray for our President, the Vice President  and all in authority. We pray especially for peace in this election year.
  • We pray for the youth of this Cathedral for God’s guidance and commitment. We also pray for those looking for employment. May the good Lord open doors for them.
  • We pray for the striking lectures and workers of the Cape Coast University. We pray that their demands will be met for normal lectures to begin.
  • We also pray for the Guilds of St. Michael and all Angels, asking for God’s guidance and direction as well as commitment and dedication. We also pray for the leadership

SUNDAY, 5TH FEBRUARY, 2012

  • With hearts full of joy and gratitude we bless the name of the Lord for safely bringing us into the beginning of a new month.
  • We pray for the Lord’s divine presence and assistance to aid us throughout this month.
  •  We pray for the ongoing re-roofing project of the Cathedral and ask God to protect the workers and all on the church premises.
  • We pray for the leaders and members of our various Guilds and Association, asking God for direction, guidance and vision for this year. We pray for loyalty and commitment.
  • We remember the sick, the orphans, widows/ widowers, aged, the poor and all in any kind of distress.

SUNDAY, 29TH JANUARY, 2012

  • We thank the Lord for the beginning of another week; praying that His constant love and care will continue to sustain us.
  • We pray for the re-roofing project of the Cathedral to go on smoothly devoid of any mishap. We ask for God’s protection over all the workers.
  • We pray for the Lay Readers and lay pastors that they will receive divine empowerment and guidance in discharging their duties. We pray that the Lord will bless them as they do this work in the church
  • We pray for the Archbishop, the Bishop elect, the Dean and the entire clergy of this great Diocese. We ask the Lord to unite us and bind us together with love as we continue to discharge our priestly duties. We pray for their families for protection.
  • We pray for the sick, the lonely, the depressed for the Lord to restore them to health.

SUNDAY, 22 JANUARY, 2012

  • We pray and thank the Almighty God for safely bringing us to the beginning of another week. we thank Him for the gift of life and for His numerous blessings.
  • We thank the Lord for a successful synod.
  • We pray for the Lord’s assistance this year as the church starts with the Cathedral re-roofing project.
  • We pray for the government especially for the President, the Vice and all who are in leadership positions, that the Lord will grant them the wisdom they need in leading this nation.
  •  We also pray for the Guild of the Servants of the Sanctuary. We ask the Lord to help them do their work as unto the Lord. We pray for more commitment and dedication.
  • We also pray for the Sunday School and the youth. We ask God’s hands to be upon them and guide them. We pray for the Sunday school teachers that the Lord will bless them mightily and reward their efforts in taking care of our children.
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