Prayer Requests: Joys and Concerns

Share your joys and concerns with our community. You’re invited to light a candle and lift up these prayers in your own homes. We may be apart for awhile, but our hearts are still joined together in prayer.

Our Prayer List: Sharon Peck; Peggy Phillips; Betty; Jerry GaylordPolly Hopson; the family of Joe Stewart; Lou DeMott; Dave Simmons; Carrie Scott Narrow; Audrey Marshall; Kim Shoemaker; Ken Forni; Kenn Silvernail; Kathy SouleRuby June Cotter; Arthur & Marie Smith; Margaret Davis; Becky Myers; Dale Menard; Darlene Munson; Kathy Winkler; Charlie WhispellMildred Sinclair; Ike Blackman; Rachel S; Mark HalomRoseann McNitt; John Windsor; Dan St. Louis; Deb Sherman; Jonathon Hausrath; George Cleveland; Audrey Reilly; Roger Shaw; Harley Hall

  1. Thanks for starting the week perfectly. I have so much trouble remembering what day it is. Thank you for giving…

  2. I AM ASKING FOR PRAYERS FOR MY SON, KEITH THORNTON, AS HE DELIVERS MAIL EVERYDAY IN THE EDMESTON AREA. MAY…

  3. Pastor Rachel – thanks for your message – as always, it was uplifting and gave me direction. Thanks – Hugs…

Have Joys or Concerns? Share them below as a comment:

13 thoughts on “Prayer Requests: Joys and Concerns

  1. I have a joy. It is so heartwarming to see this community come together in a crisis whether it be by making medical masks or feeding people via our food pantries and porch deliveries or just reaching out to the lonely. God is alive in us.

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  2. I am blessed to have a job in which I am considered an essential employee in a state group home. That’s a joy, but also a concern. If a resident gets infected, then we will likely have to care for them during quarantine and we do not have sufficient personal protection equipment. I am worried. Pray for me. Brian Murphy

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    1. Thank you for serving our community in this way. Is there something specifically that you need as far as PPE that could be made at home such as medical masks?

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  3. We pray for all of the health professionals, as well as the pharmacists. Then let’s also pray for all of the people who are deemed essential such as our postal workers, the grocery store workers, our pastor, truck drivers, church workers in the after school program, Tricia, group home employees, and many, many more.

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  4. Thank you Pastor Rachel for this morning’s worship service. I enjoyed it. Thanks for all the folks on the front lines keeping the public fed, healthy and safe.

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  5. Thank you Pastor Rachel for your message today ~ this is awesome! Thinking of you and our church family with Love, Hugs, and prayers .

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  6. Pastor Rachel – thanks for your message – as always, it was uplifting and gave me direction. Thanks – Hugs and Peace,

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  7. I AM ASKING FOR PRAYERS FOR MY SON, KEITH THORNTON, AS HE DELIVERS MAIL EVERYDAY IN THE EDMESTON AREA. MAY GOD WATCH OVER HIM.

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    1. Thanks for starting the week perfectly. I have so much trouble remembering what day it is. Thank you for giving me back Sunday💕

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