Diocesan & Anglican prayer cycles
Vestries & Bishop’s Committees
Diocesan Cycle of Prayer Part 2: Epiphany 3 to Last after Pentecost
February 3 Epiphany 4: Clergy Retreat
Give thanks for the varieties of gifts within our Diocesan Clergy. Pray that the Clergy Retreat be a time of renewal and refreshment.
February 10 Last after Epiphany: St. Andrew’s, Spokane
Give thanks with them for their growth in spirit and energy, and for the continual generosity of their congregation. Pray for their ongoing discernment of how to serve Christ in their neighborhood.
February 17, Lent 1: Episcopal Relief & Development Sunday
Almighty God, give to Episcopal Relief & Development the vision of Jesus whose compassion failed not, that following His example we may bring healing to this hurting world.
February 24, Lent 2: St. Luke’s, Coeur d’Alene
Give thanks for their strengthening connections with their community. Pray that they embody their core values of prayer, respect, hospitality, and service.
March 3, Lent 3: St. James’, Cashmere
March 10, Lent 4: St. Andrew’s, Chelan
March 17, Lent 5: St. Paul’s, Cheney
March 24, Sunday of the Passion, Palm Sunday: Grace Church, Dayton
March 31, Easter Day: Trinity, Oroville
Give thanks with them for the presence of the Holy Spirit that keeps them stirred up and uncomfortable, keeping them on their toes as they move deeper into our baptismal vows. Pray with them that spiritual gifts continue to be revealed, and that they, as the body of Christ may share their faith with others by doing and being.
April 7, Easter 2: Holy Spirit, Dover/Sandpoint
April 14, Easter 3: Grace Church, Ellensburg
April 21, Easter 4:St. John the Baptist, Ephrata
April 28, Easter 5: Clergy Conference
Give thanks for the variety of gifts shown in the lives of the clergy of this diocese. Pray that the Clergy Conference will be a time of inspiration and learning within community.
May 5, Easter 6: United Thank Offering
We give thanks for the many ways that grants from the United Thank Offering significantly impact the lives of women and children, because of Christ’s love. Pray that more will be encouraged in daily prayers, offerings, and awareness of the abundance of God’s blessings.
May 12, Easter 7: St. Dunstan’s, Grand Coulee
May 19, Pentecost: Camp Cross
Give thanks for all who work to ensure that all who come to Camp Cross are fed spiritually, mentally, and physically. Pray for Camp Cross and its power to transform the lives of all who are touched by its ministry.
May 26, Trinity Sunday: Holy Trinity, Grangeville
June 2, Pentecost 2: Church of the Nativity, Lewiston
June 9, Pentecost 3: Chapel of the Friends of God, Mazama
June 16, Pentecost 4: St. Mark’s, Moscow
June 23, Pentecost 5: St. Martin’s, Moses Lake
June 30, Pentecost 6: St. Anne’s, Omak
July 7, Pentecost 7: St. Peter’s, Pomeroy
July 14, Pentecost 8: St. James’, Pullman
July 21, Pentecost 9: All Saints’, Richland
July 28, Pentecost 10: Church of the Resurrection, Roslyn/Cle Elum
August 4, Pentecost 11: St. Michael’s, Yakima
August 11, Pentecost 12: St. Timothy’s/San Timoteo
August 18, Pentecost 13: Christ Church, Zillah
August 25, Pentecost 14: St. Luke’s, Wenatchee
September 1, Pentecost 15: St. John the Baptist, Maadi, Cairo, Egypt
Pray for our overseas workers, the Rev. Paul-Gordon and Lynne Chandler, and give thanks for their bridge building work in the name of Christ between Christians and Muslims in the Episcopal Diocese of Egypt & North Africa.
September 8, Pentecost 16: Children’s Christian Education and Formation
Give thanks for our children and the energy and fresh outlook they bring to any endeavor. Pray that we all continue to be both teachers and learners throughout our lives in Christ.
September 15, Pentecost 17: St. David’s, Spokane
September 22, Pentecost 18: Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, Spokane
September 29, Pentecost 19: St. Stephen’s, Spokane
October 6, Pentecost 20: Diocesan Convention, St. John’s Cathedral, Spokane
Give thanks for the opportunity to meet together at our 49th Annual Convention. Pray that our preparation will enable us to listen to each other, make wise decisions, and learn together.
October 13, Pentecost 21: Diocesan Convention, St. John’s Cathedral, Spokane
Give thanks for the hospitality extended to the Diocesan Convention Delegates. Pray that meeting together, all will have a renewed sense of the Spirit of God working in and through them.
October 20, Pentecost 22: Holy Trinity, Wallace
October 27, Pentecost 23: Non Parochial & Specially Licensed Clergy
Give thanks for their rich variety of gifts and their service to Almighty God in this diocese. Pray for them and their families in their continuing ministries.
November 3, Pentecost 24: Bishop Jim and Gloria Waggoner
Give thanks for their leadership, stewardship, hospitality and service. Pray for their continuing strength, energy and creativity in their life of ministry with us.
November 10, Pentecost 25: Retired Bishops and Clergy
Give thanks for the ways their lives witness to God’s love and enrich the faith and mission of our Diocese. Pray for them and their families in their continuing witness.
November 17, Pentecost 26: Diocesan Staff, Leaders & Volunteers
Give thanks for those who by their faithful work enable the witness and mission of the Diocese of Spokane.
November 24, Last after Pentecost: Episcopal Church of the Resurrection, Spokane Valley