Prayers

Prayers

Prayers at the blessing of a marriage

When two people desire to form a lasting, lifelong partnership with each other in God’s love, they make their vows before God and the gathered community of family, friends and the Church. They in turn receive the grace and blessing of God to help them fulfill those vows. These are some of the prayers that The Episcopal Church uses in the blessing of a marriage: O God, you have so consecrated the covenant of marriage that in it is represented…

Prayers for the Royal Wedding

A prayer from the Church of England  God of love, send your blessing upon Harry and Meghan, and all who are joined in marriage, that, rejoicing in your will and continuing under your protection, they may both live and grow in your love all their days, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen Marriage prayers in The Episcopal Church When two people desire to form a lasting, lifelong partnership with each other in God’s love, they make their vows before God and…

A call to a season of prayer

Forward Movement is calling Episcopalians and all others to join with them in A Season of Prayer: For an Election, a 30-day season to pray daily with particular intention for this time in our national life. The season of prayer begins Sunday, October 9, and continues through the day after the election. The Rev. Scott Gunn, executive director of Forward Movement, explains: At a time when nearly everyone agrees that we are being consumed by fear and division, here is a chance to…

Noonday Prayer readers needed at Baylor All Saints Hospital

Baylor All Saints Hospital needs Noonday Prayer readers on Tuesdays and Wednesdays every week. Please call Deacon Janet Nocher at 817-292-1786 if you are willing to serve on one of these days. From the earliest days of the Church, people set aside times for prayers at 9 am, noonday, and at 3 pm. As monasticism developed, these became the hours of the “little offices” of Terce, Sext, and None. The 1979 Book of Common Prayer restores an abbreviated Noonday office. You…
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Prayer Cycle – 2016

The churches and people of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth pray continuously for each other, for our brothers and sisters throughout the Anglican Communion, for those who have separated from us, and for the our sister diocese, the Episcopal Diocese of NorthWest Texas. Download the diocesan prayer cycles and Anglican communion prayer cycles.

Fort Worth AME churches invite community to march and pray in solidarity

In memory of the nine people killed at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, two African Methodist Episcopal churches in the Fort Worth area have organized a solidarity march and memorial prayer service the evening of Thursday, June 25, 2015. Our bishops, the Rayford High and Scott Mayer, encourage you to act and in the wake of this tragedy and to respond to our neighbors’ invitation to stand together in support. Details…