The Collect for Trinity Sunday

Almighty and eternal God, you have revealed yourself as Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and live and reign in the perfect unity of love. Hold us firm in this faith, that we may know you in all your ways and evermore rejoice in your eternal glory, who are three Persons in one God, now and forever. Amen.

Prayers for this week:
  • Intercede for Abp Titus Chung for an anointing in his role as Bishop & Archbishop to be filled with wisdom to resolve the unique issues in these areas.
  • Pray that the power of the Holy Spirit will be poured throughout the Province to draw all men into Him.
  • Pray for restoration and reconciliation between the Israelis and Palestinians. May Christians in both territories be agents of reconciliation.
  • Pray that the Jews will also be reconciled to Jesus as they acknowledge Him as their Messiah.
  • Continue to pray for the war in Ukraine to end.
  • Intercede for PM Lawrence Wong as he helms the cabinet as well as being the Finance Minister. May God’s wisdom be upon him.
  • Pray for a swift recovery of those who were injured onboard SQ 321 and for comfort for the family who lost their loved-one.
  • Pray that as the Covid-19 spikes up again, people will behave responsibly instead of being fearful.
St Hilda’s Church
  • Pray for our camp speaker Bishop Ben Kwashi, the Archbishop of Jos (2008–2017), his wife and all campers will have a safe flight/ travel to Penang and for protection for all campers during the camp.
  • Pray for the anointing to fall upon our camp speaker as he imparts the word of God and for all to have a powerful life-changing encounter with Jesus.
  • Pray for Constance and the two teachers who are joining her to the church camp at Penang that they will have a safe flight and a time of rest and refreshment in the Lord.
  • Intercede for all those not going to camp that they will also encounter God as they worship in church.
  • Pray for those who are suffering from terminal illness that God will draw close to them and be merciful in lessening their suffering and for those who are home bound and lonely.