Scottish Charity No.  SC002953

God’s blessings to each and every one of you. 

Until we can meet together again, stay safe.



PRAYERS FOR THE MONTH November 2020.    Compiled this month by Janet Stevenson.


 Almighty God
In this month of remembrance, as the weather grows colder and darkness falls earlier, we
approach a winter like no other. Over the past months we feel that we have been fighting a
war – a very different war – a war against a virus! In this time of uncertainty, we ask you
Lord to guide and support us through this difficult time. Hear our prayers for those who
have been affected by Covid 19, especially those within our congregation, strengthen them
in their hour of need and grant them courage to face the future. Give skill to all who are
caring for the sick, and your wisdom to those searching for a cure; strengthen them with
your Spirit, that through their work many will be restored to health and that we will win
this battle with Covid 19.


We will also take time this November, to remember all those men and women who have
died in the violence of war. We are saddened at the thought of war, of the soldiers who
must fight and all those people who are killed. We remember their sacrifice with great
sadness and thank them for what they did for us. We also remember that they won for
us a great victory, that without their bravery these wars may have been lost, and our lives
could have been so very different, without the freedom we so much enjoy.


We also pray for all the members of the armed forces who are currently in danger,
remembering family, friends and all who pray for their safe return. God grant them
peace and a safe return. 

Amen.                         

God Bless You All!

This page is managed by Margaret Baxter.

If you wish to contact her please place a request in the prayer box in the vestibule of the church, or ask to speak with her in church.


Bible Study and Prayer group in Allan Church hall 

2nd Thursday every month at 2pm.
Listen or take part, ask questions or just absorb the chat, all informal but with a cuppa.

Look forward to seeing you.

God Bless You All!