Parish Cycle of Prayer


Please keep these parishes in your Sunday prayers. To download the list below, click here.

To view the diocesan prayer list, click here.



St. Andrew’s, Shippensburg                The Second Sunday after Christmas
Psalm:  84 or 84:1-8              Jeremiah 31:7-14       Ephesians 1:3-6,15-19a
Pray for the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
The Most Rev. Phillip Richardson – Bishop of Taranaki and Primate
The Most Rev. Don Tamihere – Pihopa o Aotearora and Primate
The Most Rev. Fereimi Cama – Bishop of Polynesia and Primate


Church of the Resurrection Episcopal Mission – Mt. Carmel
First Sunday after the Epiphany:  The Baptism of Our Lord
Psalm:  29                              Isaiah 42:1-9              Acts 10:34-43
Pray for the Anglican Church of Australia
The Most Rev. Philip Leslie Freier – Archbishop of Melbourne & Primate of Australia


St. Andrew’s, State College                Second Sunday after The Epiphany
Psalm:  40:1-12                      Isaiah 49:1-7              1 Corinthians 1:1-9
Pray for the United Church of Bangladesh
The Most Rev. Samuel Sunil Mankhin – Moderator, Church of Bangladesh & Bishop of Kushtia


St. Matthew’s, Sunbury                       Third Sunday after The Epiphany
Psalm:  27:1, 5-13                  Isaiah 9:1-4                I Corinthians 1:10-18
Pray for the Anglican Church of Brazil
The Most Rev. Naudal Alves Gomes – Primate of Brazil & Bishop of Curitiba



St. Paul’s, Manheim
Fourth Sunday after The Epiphany: The Presentation of the Lord
Psalm:  84 or                          Malachi 3:1-4             Hebrews 2:14-18          Psalm 24:7-10
Pray for the Anglican Church of Burundi
The Most Rev. Martin Blaise Nyaboho – Archbishop of Burundi & Bishop of Makamba


St. Andrew’s, Tioga                             Fifth Sunday after The Epiphany
Psalm:  112:1-9(10)   Isaiah 58:1-9a (9b-12)            I Corinthians 2:1-12
Pray for the Anglican Church of Canada
The Most Rev. Linda Nicholls – Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada


Trinity, Tyrone                                     Sixth Sunday after The Epiphany
Psalm:  119:1-8          Deuteronomy 30:15-20 or     I Corinthians 3:1-9
Sirach 15:15-20

Pray for the Church of the Province of Central Africa
The Most Rev. Albert Chama – Archbishop of Central Africa & Bishop of Northern Zambia


St. James, Mansfield                           Last Sunday after Epiphany
Psalm 2 or Psalm 99             Exodus 24:12-18        2 Peter 1:16-21
Pray for the Anglican Church of Central America
The Rt. Rev. Julio Murray Thompson – Primate of IARCA of Bishop of Panama

MARCH 2019


Church of the Good Shepherd, Upper Fairfield          First Sunday in Lent
Psalm 32                    Genesis 2:15-17; 3:1-7          Romans 5:12-19
Pray for the Anglican Church of Chile
The Most Rev. Héctor (Tito) Zavala Muñoz – Bishop of Santiago & Primate


St. Mary’s, Waynesboro and St. John’s, Marietta       Second Sunday in Lent
Psalm 121                  Genesis 12:1-4a                     Romans 4:1-5, 13-17
Pray for the Anglican Church of the Congo
The Most Rev. Zacharie Masimango Katanda – Archbishop of the Congo & Bishop of Kindu


St. John’s, Westfield                           Third Sunday in Lent
Psalm 95                    Exodus 17:1-7                        Romans 5:1-11
Pray for the Church of England
The Most Rev. and Rt. Hon. Justin Welby – Archbishop of Canterbury


St. Paul’s, Wellsboro                           Fourth Sunday in Lent
Psalm 23                    1 Samuel 16:1-13                   Ephesians 5:8-14
Pray for the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui
The Most Rev. Paul Kwong – Archbishop of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui and Bishop of Hong Kong Island


St. Luke’s, Mechanicsburg                  Fifth Sunday in Lent
Psalm 130                  Ezekiel 37:1-14                      Romans 8:6-11
Season of Prayer and Repentance
Today, the fifth Sunday in Lent, is the focus of the Primates’ Task Group’s call for a period of prayer and repentance in the Anglican Communion. The Bishop of West Malaysia, Moon Hing, is a member of the Task Group and has written this prayer, which the Task Group offers to the Anglican Communion for use today.

Almighty God,
Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, Sovereign Lord of the universe, Creator of humankind,
We, your unfaithful children, are truly sorry for our sins and the lives that we have lived.
We sincerely believe and confess in our hearts that only through the precious blood
Of our Lord Jesus Christ on the cross of Calvary, can we obtain Your forgiveness.
We repent that:
In thought, word or deed, we have committed serious offences against You and our neighbors;
In laziness, despair and lust for power, we have provoked hatred, division and hurt within our communities;
In greed, deceit and indifference, we have caused serious damage, unnecessary conflict and aggravated destruction to our refugee and migrant brothers and sisters;
In selfishness, insensitivity and bias, we have encouraged and emboldened those who inflict hurt, pain and sorrow on our loved ones and families;
In the name of religion, doctrine and even of Christ himself, we have wounded believers and pursuers of holiness and faith;
In stubbornness, pride and arrogance, we have caused division and strife within
Your church and among Your children;
Mercifully send Your Holy Spirit – the Spirit of order and comfort – and cleanse us from all unrighteousness; restore in us true faith in Christ which brings truth, peace and harmony; and help us to walk together with our brothers and sisters in the peace of our Lord Jesus Christ to the glory of Your name.

To downlad the 2019 document, please click here.

To download the 2018 document, please click here.

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