A major part of CASSS’s ministry is the flow of information from the churches in South Sudan and Sudan to CASSS’s prayer supporters.
This information sharing is achieved through the CASSS committee, the Sudan Church Review and our website.
Please pray for South Sudan and Sudan’s current prayer needs. We know that as we pray in faith our prayers have a huge impact!
8/12/19 Archbishop Ezekiel is working with the new government to sustain freedom of worship and justice for all. Pray for him as he adds this new responsibility to his care for the whole Anglican Province of Sudan.
15/12/19 Pray for all who minister and worship at Khartoum Cathedral, for Revd Daniel Musa and his difficulty in travelling to Khartoum from his home in Mayo, for Revd Yunis Abdullah, at present in Nigeria, helped by Leeds Diocese to complete his second year of study at theological college in Ibadan.
22/12/19 Pray for Christians throughout Sudan as they celebrate Christmas, and we all hear, in our many languages, the words of the angel, “Behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which shall be to all people: for unto you is born in the city of David, a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.”
29/12/19 Pray for Christians of all nationalities and denominations in Sudan and for the ongoing love and support they are able to offer to each other.
5/1/20 Unity High School is an independent, co-educational, multi-racial school in Khartoum. Term starts on January 8th. Pray for Principal Fiona Beevers and others in authority as they determine priorities, for new staff starting this term and for the children who will benefit from their time at the school.
12/1/20 Pray for Bishop Abdu and his colleagues in the diocese of Port Sudan. Give thanks that Leeds Diocese has been able to help with some of their immediate needs and that initial problems with a plan to build shops have been overcome. Pray that this project continues to run smoothly and that the cost of building materials does not rise further.
19/1/20 Pray for the poorest people in Sudan, which includes many of the country’s Christian population. High inflation (around 58%) and rising prices are diminishing people’s ability to cope. Pray that the UN and partner organisations are able, and have the necessary funding, to help the most vulnerable.
26/1/20 Pray for all who are working to provide health care, government workers, volunteer helpers and the small team from the Leprosy Mission working in Sudan.