April 27, 2014

Community Prayers 04.27.14

As a community, we can support and celebrate with each other through prayer. Join us in praying for those both spoken and unspoken during Sunday liturgy.

Prayers of Thanksgiving. For …

  • Matt, Travis, and Annie and this day that they will be able take this baptism moment with them and it will be imprinted in their minds and hearts for the rest of their life (Jason M)
  • My sister moving to Austin next week and excited and hopeful for this new season (Alison)
  • My great grandmother who passed this week and was a huge legacy of faith (Shane)
  • My sister-in-law who is pregnant and has been experiencing difficulties but is doing well currently (Becky)
  • The support from friends and seeing God around me in my difficult situation (Dawn)
  • This community and the reminders that were shared from each of those getting baptized today (Caleb)

… let us bless the Lord. Thanks be to God.

Prayers of Petition. For …

  • The seasons of darkness that we all go through without any road markers, that God’s light will shine (Jason M)
  • Tendinitis in my ankle that I’ve experienced for the last 4 years and for the orthopedic appointment I have this week (Claire)
  • An old friend who is longing for community but is afraid of judgment by the church and needs healing and search for a community in Denver (Sam)
  • Mental turbulence I’m experiencing in my life and my friends who are struggling (Travis)
  • A really difficult week of figuring out financial issues and being in a car accident (Anslee)
  • My husband and daughter and I as we have been experiencing a very tough time (Dawn)
  • My dad’s healing from coming over from Vietnam (Sam L)
  • Bill, a family friend, who was in a motorcycle accident (Justin F)
  • Losing everything and family when I came out as being gay (Asher)
  • My friend Candace’s blood clots and hemorrhaging (Ali)
  • My mom’s work situation for comfort and healing (Ali)
  • A friend’s car accident and their recovery (Morgan)
  • My dad’s work situation
  • My Dad’s struggle with experiencing vertigo (Joshua)

… let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy.

[Photo by Renata Chebel @ Flickr]

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