Prayer Requests
Jean King (Canterbury #43) passed away this morning surrounded by her loving family. Please pray for her family and especially for Del at this sad time.
26 September 2020

Please pray for Pat Chipping.  She has had surgery recently and a course of chemotherapy started on Friday 29th August. As Pat has pointed out, doctors do not make good patients!
30 August 2020

Someone in Ulcombe who has been invited to be a Pilgrim on Canterbury Cursillo #60
has become seriously ill. She has had major surgery this week.
Please hold her up to The Lord in prayer.  We have to respect a request for confidentiality from her but the Lord is aware of whom she is.
She is devout and warm Christian and has welcomed a suggestion for everyone to 
pray for her during this troubling time in her life.


28 August 2020


Please pray for David (better know as Dave) who has been diagnosed with prostate cancer recently. On Friday, 31st July, Dave will undergo surgery.


30 July 2020



Canterbury Cursillo Prayer Board

Prayer is the vital oxygen that keeps the Cursillo movement vibrant and alive. Prayer also makes our own individual walks with God truly alive and fulfilling. Without prayer we easily become spiritually dry.


Prayer can also change things. Even if we cannot always have confidence that God will heal everybody we pray for, because he has his own purposes and because so much of our suffering is a mystery, we are assured that God will work according to his will to respond to the prayers that we offer. We come before a mighty God who loves us and cares for each one of us.


This page therefore has been created to heighten awareness of intercessory prayer within the Canterbury Cursillo community and to encourage greater intercessory prayer for our needs and the needs of those we love and care for.


Because it is a public page the following guidelines apply


1) If you wish to put a prayer for an individual on this page please only use the Christian name of the person and do not mention the location where the person lives in the Diocese, or outside the diocese UNLESS you have their permission to mention their surname and where they live. Some people do not want their personal issues mentioned publicly and so they need to give their consent.


2) Please do not email the webmaster with prayer requests but click the "Post a new message" link on the Prayer Board and type your message.


Please note that all prayers have to be approved by the webmaster and there may be occasions (holidays etc) where there may be delays. However, the webmaster will try and make sure your prayer is posted within 48 hours. Urgent prayer requests should therefore not be posted on this web page if they require posting within the next 24 hours.


3) Feel free to put a request for yourself on the prayer board if you are struggling with an issue. You do not have to put a prayer request for someone else - you may need prayer yourself.


Thank you