Praying Together ... Even When We're Physically Apart

We aren't able to worship together within the walls of our church right now, but that doesn't mean we can't pray together ...

And for each other. 


We ... your community ... can and will pray for you ... together ... once, twice, continually. 


Because prayers can keep us together ... and get us through whatever we are going through. 


Because we're all in this together ... We Are the Church. 


"... While we, for our part, will devote ourselves to prayer and to serving the word.” - Acts 6:4


"Hear my prayer, O God; give ear to the words of my mouth." - Psalm 54:2


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Anna Krueger’s son Mike passed away Sunday, May 31, 2020. Her son Jeffrey passed away April 11, 2020.


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Dear God, Please watch over us and draw us closer to you. Let the circumstances of these days become a blessing. Where there is anger, let there be love. Where there is illness, bring good health. Where there is sadness, depression, worry, and anxiety, let there be contentment, peace, and joy. Where there is fear, bring reassurance. Where is financial distress, let there be "enough." Where there are lost jobs, bring new opportunities and blessings in disguise. Show us Your Hope ... in You and through You and with You. Amen

Request Prayers

Submit your prayer request, sharing as little or as much information as you are comfortable sharing. You can decide what is shared with the public so others can pray for you, too ... and what is confidential and shown only to church staff who will also pray for you.