Prayer Requests

July 2020
Enfield Street Pastors Prayer Points

Please thank God we are out on the streets again. The fact that the venues are table service means there is a different clientele from before. Please pray they will soon begin to know about Street Pastors and what we do, and appreciate our presence.

Please pray for P (head of security it one of the venues we visit). During the lockdown period his mum died and his house was burgled while they were at the funeral. Please pray for him and his family as they move forward from mum’s death, and deal with the aftermath of the burglary.

Please pray for the venue staff who have been on furlough, many finding it difficult to make ends meet. One guy said it was difficult. He said he found himself with no money as the company didn’t pay him anything for the duration of the lockdown. He said that, though he was now working again, the current opening hours means they are not earning enough to pay their bills.

March 2020
Enfield Street Pastors Prayer Points

Please pray:

Please thank God for quiet evenings but friendly contacts with people as they passed by.

Once again, please pray for shop staff who have to experience theft and aggravation from people, young and old, as evidence by the staff at a local Tesco Express. Please pray for their physical protection and protection for their businesses.

Underage drinking on the streets can be a problem as they can cause difficulties for venue security staff who can’t allow them access.

With pubs and clubs closing, people can still get hold of alcohol. Pray people drink at home rather than on the streets.

Please pray for homeless people as the virus begins to take hold.