A Prayer for December
God of all months, days, and times
To Thee we ascribe thanks and praise for this and all our days past and to come. As we enjoy the festivities, gifts, and celebrations around this season of cheer, whist we are very grateful, we are also mindful that there are those who are lonely, sad, broken, hungry, facing hardships and sufferings in various ways; for these we pay strength and hope, love, deliverance, provision, and peace.
We give thanks that it is so and so it is! Amen and amen.
~ Reverend Dr Dawnecia Palmer
PEACEMAKERS City Safety Patrollers will be out and about on the streets of Bristol on a night known as Guy Fawkes Night or BonFire Night in Bristol, around the Royatte Hill, Gordon Road and Whitehall areas.
The Rose Green & Bristol West Indian Phoenix Cricket Club will be running a Family Fireworks Display Extravaganza on their grounds, staring at 4pm through to 10pm.
Over the years there has been negligent fireworks crimes on Bonfire night where young people loiter the streets throwing fire works at each other or at passing cars. However, in recent years there has been fewer reports of these types of activities, with less unorganised fireworks gatherings around the city.
Rev Palmer says she hopes the Patrols prayer presence, and bright High-Viz Jackets, will help to keep the peace, and hopefully ward off ruckus pranksters.
The Patrollers will gather for prayer across from the Queen’s Head Pub at the top of Royatte Hill at 7pm, before moving along Royatte Hill towards the Fishponds Trading Estates, Gordon Road, and into Whitehall. For more information please Email: email@example.com
A Prayer for November
God our light
Shining beams of love,
Fill hearts and minds.
Illumine homes and streets
Alleyways and lanes,
And brighten the paths we thread.
Protect the weak and innocent
With love and light,
And for Goodness sake
Let all be safe. Amen.
A Prayer for November ~ written by Reverend Dr Dawnecia Palmer, Chief Commissioner PEACEMAKERS Patrol
Next Prayer and City Safety Patrol.
Thursday 13th October.
Patrol to begin with prayer at Midday at the Easton railway bridge on Stapleton Road side. Patrol will move through the pathway over M4 Motorway footbridge, through to St. Werburghs Park on Mina Road.
Patrol will then head towards the St.Pauls’ area along Grosvenor Road, stopping on the Green outside the St. Pauls Learning Centre for Prayers.
Patrol will then proceed down through St Nicholas Road, crossing over footbridge at end of St. Nicholas Road, then taking the path along the river back into Easton via path leading up to JC3 Library.
From the Library Patrol will cross of through the side street adjacent to the JC3 towards the Lebeq Tavern on Stapleton Road. Patrol will end in the square across from the Tavern for the last prayer call.
I hope as many of you as can join us. Please let me know your interest and size beforehand, this is so we provide you with appropriate size Patrol Jackets. Our High-viz Jackets are necessity if you are wishing to patrol with us.
We look forward to welcoming you! Namaste. God Bless you.🙏🏽🙋🏼♀️
October, wetter cooler days and nights, yet a time we get to once again behold the beautiful fall of multi-coloured autumn leaves on the ground.
October tenth month of the year, comes from an old Latin word Octo which literally translates eight, was the eighth month in the old calendar of Romulus c. … 750 BC. It was also called Winterfylleth by the Saxons, meaning fullness of winter, as it sets us up in preparation for the colder, darker months ahead. Colours associated with October are opal and tourmaline.
Metaphysically October is a time for spirit soul body balance, to set a higher, more conscious intention, on how we wish to show up and express on the planet, and within the sphere of our day to day experiences.
A short prayer for October ~ by Rev Dr Dawnecia Palmer To God, Lord and Life of all our days and nights, months and years. Great gratitude and thanksgiving bring. Hear this our humble prayer, and grant that we may be ever in the awareness of the magnificent vastness of your love, and live in peace, each day throughout this month of October. Amen, Ameen, Ashay! and so it is!!
Please find below a short listing of some of the Awareness Days and Events taking place over the course of October, nationally and globally.
1 Coffee Day
2 Grandparents Day UK
4 Yom Kippur + 1 day
5 World Smile Day/World Teachers Day
9 Sukkot + 7 days
10 World Mental Health Day/Columbus Day USA/Native American day
12 International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction
13 World Sight Day
15 World Singing Day & World Sweetest Day USA
16 World Food Day
17 World Child Poverty Day/International Eradication of Poverty Day
21 Trafalgar Day UK
24 United Nations day
25 Diwali/World Opera Day
30 British Summertime Ends
May Goodness rule and reign in hearts and minds May Safety, Protection, and Peace bless our homes, schools, streets May Love and Truth permeate our world. Revd D Palmer
11th Sound the Alarm Midday Prayer call, JULY 20th 2022
Join via Google Meet link https://meet.google.com/zyf-cgki-feb
Topic: Endurance vs Perseverance
Speakers: Revd Palmer
8th July ST Paul’s Park *Morning Patrol
14th July Fishponds (Lanes/Track) *Afternoon Patrol
20th July Easton – Main Streets *Night Patrols
25th July Eastville Park *Time TBD
Volunteers NEEDED! Volunteers NEEDED! Volunteers Needed!! To get involved please use our Contact US page with your name, telephone number and/or email address HERE
PEACEMAKERS City Safety 24/7 Prayer & Safety Alert Careline.
084 5468 0114N.B Please Note 084 Numbers are charged at a fixed rate of 5p per minute plus the caller’s phone provider’s access charge. International calls rates can be even higher.
To report crime as well going directly to 999 or Crime Stoppers
A Prayer for June
“In this a season of light, beginning to the warmer, brighter, longer daylight days, I pray that light, and delight, LIFE’s purest light will brighten, shine, and glow our lives each day. Amen, Ameen, Ashay.
June 10th Sound the Alarm Midday Prayer Call Wednesday 15th June, 12noon -12.30pm
via Google Meet link https://meet.google.com/zyf-cgki-feb
Next Patrol: Thursday 16th June 10am Easton back streets & cycle tracks
for more info on Patrols or other upcoming PEACEMAKERS Events/activities please contact via the CONTACT US Tab HERE
Happy June! Stay safe!!
PEACEMAKERS Prayer Chief and Patrol teams in the UK and across the world today calls for an end to racially motivated killings, in the twilight of the recent Buffalo’s killing by 18 year old student Payton Gendron, where innocent shoppers were savagely murdered in a planned cold-blooded firing spree, as they shopped at a TOPS Supermarket on Saturday 14th May, 2022.
"WE WILL NOT BE SILENT" These racially motivated acts of violence are ignorant, savage, and without any true intelligence of the nature and purpose of life, where one person is believed to be better than another due to the mere colour of skin-tone. These barbaric acts by nature show little care for self, liberty, nor basic decency for peaceful community. People you must 'up' your prayers against such killings, pray earnestly for perpetrators, as well as sites and their owners which encourages propagations of these wicked, cowardly acts." ~ Chief Commissioner Reverend Dr. Palmer OBA AFP
PEACEMAKERS 9th Sound the Alarm Midday Prayer Call Wednesday 18th MAY 2022 via Google Meet Link below at 12Noon https://meet.google.com/xbt-jkoo-rzb
The Prayer Call this Month will focus around the recent shootings and stabbings, both here in the UK’s local communities as well as in the US and the world at large.
On Saturday 14th May, a day which started off as a normal shopping day for many going to their local Tops Supermarket in Buffalo, US, shoppers were met with bullets flying everywhere by an 18 year old, who wilfully massacred ten people.
“Something is wrong here. Something is very wrong when you cannot go food shopping without the fear of being killed while doing so. Something is wrong when your young folk cannot leave their home without feeling they have to carry a large knife to protect themselves, therefore they end up killing or seriously wounding one another. Something is wrong when folk prefer stay in their churches and homes and complain, whilst their streets are taken over by thugs. We need to take back our streets. We must let our voices be heard, and not only when there is blood shed.”
In a recent conversation with an old friend we looked at how we will answer in response to ‘what little have you done?’ specifically to do with the area of street crime and violence. It is easy to sit in the pew, or home, and even to fast and pray. However, it seems to me that there is a reckoning being made right about now, and that is, the call get bums off seats, and more legs on the streets.
We also need to let our voices be heard in local and national newspapers, radio stations, television, YouTube, and other Social Media. Let our disgust about these inhumane acts of violence be heard, loud and clear. “Enough is Enough. NO MORE MURDERS!” To that end I am in the process of trying to creating media, such as banners, T-shirts, caps, and flyers.” ~ Reverend Dr. Palmer