‘If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked way, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land’ 
2 Chronicles 7: 14

OMAGH METHODIST CHURCH PRAYER ROTA

Dear Church Family,
Firstly, thank you for answering the call to prayer; your participation offers a source of strength and comfort through these difficult and challenging times.
Here are some helpful hints regarding your time of prayer;
1. Pray in the comfort of your own home, garden or favorite place.
2. Remember you don’t have to pray for the full half hour. You can pray for 2 minutes, 10 minutes or indeed for the entire time. In this way we can sustain the prayer Rota over a longer period of time.
3. Topics for prayer are suggested below [scroll down]  and you can add your own.
4. Occasionally we will pass on prayer items from person to person. Above all Trust God.

Thank you. Doreen and Eleanor.

08.00am    Isobel Strong
08.30am    Violet Thompson
09.00am    Ann McFarland
09.30am    Loida McFarland
10.00am    Margaret and Wesley Loane
10.30am    Doreen and Victor Preston
11.00am    Rosemary and Freddie Caldwell
11.30am    Lorna Alcorn
12 noon     Sonia and Derek Gillespie
12.30pm    Esther Millar
1.00pm     Heather Carter
1.30pm     Betty Doonan and Desmond Preston
2.00pm     Pam Mayers
2.30pm     Irene Allison
3.00pm     Ruth Alcorn and Nancy Moffitt
3.30pm     Iris and Thomas McFarland
4.00pm     Annette Buchanan
4.30pm     Esther and John Stewart
5.00pm     James and Audrey Beattie
5.30pm     Tom and Marion Blayney
6.00pm     Eileen and David Kenney
6.30pm     Mary Speer
7.00pm     Ann and Jim McBain
7.30pm     June Carmichael
8.00pm    Florence Caldwell
8.30pm     Rhoda Alcorn
9.00pm     Lorna Preston and Julie Kyle
9.30pm     Sandra Rennie and Yvonne McQuade
10.00pm   Rev Eleanor Hayden

‘Your love, 0 Lord, supports me. When anxiety was great within me, your consolation brought joy to my soul’
Psalm 94: 18 & 19

MAYNE METHODIST ROTA

Dear Church Family,
Firstly, thank you for answering the call to prayer; your participation offers a source of strength and comfort through these difficult and challenging times.
Here are some helpful hints regarding your time of prayer;
1. Pray in the comfort of your own home, garden or favorite place.
2. Remember you don’t have to pray for the full hour. You can pray for 2 minutes, 10 minutes or indeed for the entire time. In this way we can sustain the prayer Rota over a longer period of time.
3. Topics for prayer are compiled on the website and you can add your own.
4. Occasionally we will pass on prayer items from person to person. Above all Trust God.
Thank you. Eleanor.

8.00am     Rev Eleanor
9.00am     Mima Blythe
10.00am    Victor and Alison Kelly
11.00am    Ina Hawkes
12 noon     Kyle and Betty Hawkes
1.00pm     Gerry and Noelene Knight
2.00pm     Elaine Lyons
3.00pm     Stella Hawkes
4.00pm     Isa Hawkes
5.00pm     John and Janice Buchanan
6.00pm     Mary and Jackie Kelly
7.00pm     Elizabeth and Billy Campbell
8.00pm    Alex Hawkes
9.00pm    Paul and Dorothy Hawkes
10.00pm  William Hawkes

Points for Prayers
• Family Life & Protection
• God’s Healing Touch
• The Pastoral Action Team
• Elderly Members
• Those isolated at Home
• Those lonely
• For those in distress and fear
• Care Homes / Nursing Homes
• Hospitals
• Nurses / Doctors & Medical Staff
• Scientists and Researchers
• For our Church and Community
• For those facing unemployment
• For local and national business
• For Education and Children off School
• For Young Families
• For ourselves and the world
• Other

Rev. Eleanor Hayden & Lay Pastor Mr. Gareth Hayden

Minister

Eleanor and Gareth are very much looking forward to all that God has in store on the Omagh and Fintona Circuit. As a family they have a Son Philip, a Daughter Emma married to Steve….. And most excitingly prior to arriving on circuit a new granddaughter called Grace.

In the far distant past….Eleanor attended the North Down College of Nursing Ulster Hospital Dundonald and enjoyed a career in Nursing (R.G.N) for approximately fifteen years. Whilst in the ‘Rehabilitation Stroke Unit’ of Lurgan Hospital (1985) she was part of a professional ‘Caring Team’ working alongside Medical Staff, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Social workers and Patients family. Following marriage, she and Gareth returned to Co. Fermanagh and settled into community life serving God locally. Among other roles they both shared in the leadership of Tempo Coffee Bar and gained experience worshipping alongside various dominations. Prior to Edgehill College, Eleanor worked as a Circuit Evangelist (Newtownbutler, Lisnaskea and Drumady for eight years and as a 3rd year student from Edgehill was stationed in Pettigo and Irvinestown. After Ordination (2011) she was appointed Superintendent of Lisbellaw Circuit and following that Fivemiletown Circuit. Her particular interests lie with children, care of the elderly and women’s ministry. Gareth has also been employed for the last nine years as a Lay Pastoral Assistant on ChurchHill and Springfield Circuit.

Eleanor and Gareth are constantly amazed at the privilege of being part of the Methodist Church family and the joy of serving God alongside really wonderful people from all walks of life. For them it is a truly humbling and fulfilling experience.