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Prayer — April 2012

Join us in praying radical prayers for the Metro Richmond area….

What do we pray for?  We Pray for the Transformation of Metropolitan Richmond:

For the more than one million people living in this historic capital city of Central Virginia, including the jurisdictions of Richmond, Chesterfield, Hanover, Henrico, and the surrounding counties and towns.

April’s Prayer List Follows:

Pray for the Spirit of the Resurrection in Metropolitan Richmond.

Now may the God of peace who brought again from the dead our Lord Jesus, the great shepherd of the sheep, by the blood of the eternal covenant, equip you with everything good that you may do his will, working in you that which is pleasing in his sight.

(Hebrews 13:20-21)

April 1, 2012.   We pray for the Spirit of the Resurrection in Metropolitan Richmond: For a spirit of love, cooperation, peace, community, and commitment to all people in God’s name.

April 8, 2012. (Easter)  We pray for the Spirit of the Resurrection in Metropolitan Richmond: For a spirit of hope, of possibility, of eternal life, and of commitment to the redeeming power of God who brings new life out of death to people and communities.

April 15, 2012.  We pray for the Spirit of the Resurrection in Metropolitan Richmond: For a spirit of justice, righteousness, equality, and mutual benefit.

April 22, 2012. We pray for the Spirit of the Resurrection in Metropolitan Richmond: To remove any spirit of contentiousness, prejudice, greed, jealousy, or enjoyment of others’ troubles.

April 29, 2012.  We pray for the Spirit of the Resurrection in Metropolitan Richmond: For spiritual renewal, leading to prayer and care for all regardless of race, national origin, religion, income, or neighborhood.

Provided by…Metro Richmond at Prayer

This is a cooperative, covenanted effort of churches in Metropolitan Richmond. We pray together each Sunday for the common concerns of our Metropolitan Richmond community.

Please use the Sunday themes however the Spirit leads.  We do not tell one another how to pray.  We only covenant to pray together in one accord for God’s transformation and healing of our metropolitan city.

Coordination of this effort is provided by Richmond Hill, 2209 East Grace Street, Richmond, VA 23223.