Special prayers have been made available and also an online publication of condolence opened by the Church of England following the death of the Queen’s spouse, Royal prince Philip.

Homages as well as messages can be shared on the Church of England’s web site below.

The following prayers have actually additionally been offered from the Church of England:

prayer prayer

A petition from the President and also Vice-President of the Methodist Conference: Lord God We appreciate for the lengthy life of Royal prince Philip, for all that he has actually contributed to our nation and also beyond, as well as for his assistance of our Queen. We hope that he will certainly be at remainder trusting in the elegance of God.

We bear in mind before you Her Majesty the Queen and also her family members praying that they will know your convenience and also toughness in the days ahead.

In Jesus’ name, Amen.

A prayer from the Church of Scotland:

Almighty and also everlasting God, ‘the life of mortals resembles yard, they flourish like a blossom of the area; the wind impacts over it and it is gone, and its location remembers it say goodbye to.’

Yet You are for life, from long lasting to long lasting, as well as we placed our trust in You for You have assured never to leave us nor forsake us.

Caring Lord, in this in 2015, through the worst of an international pandemic, we have actually been in person with our fragility and also vulnerability, perhaps for some of us as never ever previously.

Against that backdrop of pain as well as loss, we offer you thanks for the life and service of Prince Philip, the Battle Each Other of Edinburgh. Some are contacted us to the front of the phase, others to supporting duties as well as we rejoice in the way he sustained Her Majesty the Queen via every one of the years of her regime.

We bear in mind, also, his job supporting charities and also, maybe most memorably for young people for over sixty years, his patronage of The Duke of Edinburgh Honor plan.

In this hr of loss, we offer our wholehearted petitions for Her Majesty and also her family members. Convenience them in their loss, bind up their injuries and also approve them the alleviation of a shop of treasured memories. Grant Her Greatness the tranquility that comes from knowing you and also which passes all understanding.

These and all our petitions we ask in the name of Jesus, that with his life, death and rebirth provides us hope as opposed to misery, life rather than death.


A petition from the English Cathedrals Association: