Prayers for the week of June 19th, 2022

Gathering the prayers of the people is one of the privileges and duties of the community! We invite you to pray for these this week!


You can add your prayers to the "Prayer Wall" below. 


We Give Thanks

Q- I love food!!!


Siena- for my cats


Eleanor- for her family


The rain that keeps everything green and gets us out of a drought


For all those who step up to help with worship leadership


We are grateful for the wealth of wisdom and grace from our “retired” pastors and their gifts to us


Karen K is grateful for a wonderful visit with Kay and Paulianne


For teachers


A big welcome to our guest pastor and to our upcoming new Pastor Paul


Lord, Have Mercy

Siena- for my cat with heart disease


For Eleanor to live 505 years or longer and wings of fire


Stone- to save all the animals


For those suffering from Covid


Churches preparing for a change of pastoral leadership


For those who will be attending Annual Conference this week and for the work of the conference


Shirley H for my friends Gina, Rob and Lucas as they struggle through family issues


For traveling mercies for the Perdues family the next 2 weeks and others enjoying summer holidays


For Larry H & his family as he battles cancer




Prayer Wall



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Please pray for Brynna. She tested positive for covid on Tuesday. Because she lives in the OSU dorms, OSU sent her to a hotel for 5 days of isolation. They leave her food, once a day outside her door. There is no one checking in on her, she is not allowed to have any visitors. She is starting to feel worse as the week progresses, with many dizzy spells. She is missing her grandmothers memorial service and trying to get ready for finals and graduation. Thank you so very much!


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We ask prayers for Tom's family. His step-mom Sally has just gone on Hospice. Prayers for her comfort, peace and care and for unity and calm of the family.


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Please pray for Menoly Kauffman as she completes her doctoral disirtation.


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Prayers for Karen K. Continued and increasing solar flares this week are causing Porphyria [hereditary disease] reactions. Walking is very shaky and sleeping about 17 hours a days doesn't leave much time for accomplishing much. Very thankful I am retired and my husband, George, is here to give lots of support.


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Husband Lee has been placed in hospice with comfort care. Family is gathering. Dottie is part of Ric's morning devotion group, and asked that I contact you. Roz Collins

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