Weekly Evotional
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March 17, 2019 at 9:30 AM
with Rev. Dr. Mark McDonough
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"The Last Week"

Please join us this week Thursday, March 14th from 5:30 to7:00 p.m., for our second in a series of six classes, pertaining to the last week of Jesus Christ. We will have a light supper.

This class will be repeated on Sunday, March 17th at 10:45 a.m. At that time, there will also be an age-appropriate class for the children.
Please pray for Jerry Grenier, Annette Anderson, Diane Lehmann, Shawna Lehmann, Peggy Wagner, Amy Schaal, Peggy Taylor, Darrell Sutton, Nancy Tobias, Nancy Ritter, Bill Blandford, Ed Hunt, David & Cathy Perkins, Larry and Ellen Cardwell, Mary Jane Johnston.

Prayers for Christi—friend of Music & More, Shawn—friend of Denise Park, Sandy—friend of Kathi Wilson, Anita—mother of Georgia Herrera, Gillian and Ben—friends of and former pastors of First Presbyterian, Mary—sister of Carrie Massey, Autumn—granddaughter of Bev Eifert, Lucille—mother of Diane Lehmann.

Continued prayers for our military—Jordan Smith, Mary Workman,
Kyle Sondergaard, Lt. Col Jay Brooke, Chad Lawrence.

As they go through difficult times, we ask for continued prayers for all who have lost loved ones.

And healing prayers for all those individuals going through rough times—emotionally, physically or spiritually.

Remember that you can contact the church office any time with prayer requests, and our church secretary, Shelley, will pass them along to our faithful and confidential Intercessory Prayer Group and/or publish the names of those needing prayer here and in the Sunday bulletin. bulletin.

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"For he will command his angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways. On their hands they will bear you up, so that you will not dash your foot against a stone."
Psalm 91:11-12