Please remember: Joseph, our President; the Senate, the House of Representatives, and our Courts of Justice; together with all elected officials, and the other leaders of our country and the nations of the world.
We pray for Justin, Archbishop of Canterbury; Michael, our Presiding Bishop; Brian, our Bishop; for April, our priest; for David, our Curate; for Sarah, our seminarian; for our missionaries, and all other bishops and ministers.
We pray for the unemployed and underemployed, especially those in our congregation and community. We pray for the homeless and the hungry, and for those in special need of prayer, especially
Gerry Jones, Jennifer Thompson, June McEwen, Al Manning, Amy, Deborah,
Jim Hinkle, Andrea, Ann Ludwig, the Hale family (Austin, Amanda, and Autumn); Patty Maroney, the Brown family, Reba, Niysah, Daniel Parker, Valorie Lephart, Terrie, Alex, Steve Slack, Angela, James and Barbara Dooley, Dwight McMillan, Doris, Rebecca Williams, J.R. Hicks, Charlotte Dorris, Libby Workman,
Jean Williams, Barbara Reed, Elizabeth Harrison, Joyce Smith, Jim May,
and Ann Swint;
We pray for Wil Mabry, Jake Dorris, Kevin Kelley, Tripp Mouron, Mike Mabry, Alexander Ross, Russel Webb, Logan Roberts, Jim Makepeace, Sean Benson,
Evan Watkins and all of our Armed Forces, here and abroad;
We pray for Alice Revenig Clark and Ali, who are with child.
We pray for this community: For our local leaders; for our schools and marketplaces; for our neighborhoods and workplaces, for protesters and for police. Help us to honor your image in one another. Give us courage to strive for justice and peace among all people, beginning here at home.
We pray for all whose homes are in peril or uprooted because of climate change, for all displaced because of hurricanes, fires or other disasters.
We pray for all who are developing programs and policies to deal with the current public health threat; for those who are treating the sick, stocking shelves, transporting supplies, suffering from illness, coping with new life-patterns and finding ways to keep anxiety at bay for themselves and others.
We pray for those who have died, especially Nancy Mapel, that your will for them may be fulfilled, and that they may share with all your saints in the full revelation of your eternal glory.
In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer: Pray for
TheAnglican Church in Kenya. (The Anglican Communion is beginning cycle of prayer called "From Aba to Zululand," praying its way alphabetically through its members on a daily basis between January 1, 2021 and September 2023. The newsletter and, in the future, the printed bulletin, will include the prayers for Sunday; if you would like to see the daily prayer requests, you can find them HERE.)
In the Diocesan Cycle of Prayer: Pray for St. Paul’s, Athens, TN, and
St. Paul’s, Brookings, SD
Those in need of continued prayer:
Jeanette Cureton, Wanda Kirkpatrick, Emma Andrews, Bethann Grace,
Jim Strickland, Trevor Laymance, Michael Conner, Bo and Mary Minor Brown,
Helen Williams, Peggy Fugate, William Simpson, Timothy Penny,
Donald Jones, Cooper Jones, Sally Cauthen, Charles Smith, Steven Mosman,
John Woodham, Elaine Harrison, Marcia Magers, Major McCollough,
John Cox, Gayanne Silver, Heather Nelson, Robert Clark,
Dexter and Helen Williams, Cheryl McCurry, Ethel Rutledge, Lanie Lundgrin,
Terri Harvey, Sue Sears, Anne Getz, Michael Roberts,
Jeannie and Andy Williams, Jaime Cooper, Teresa Noel, Tina Knowles,
Joyce and Greg Snyder, Martha Killeffer, Robert Durham, Michelle Maroney,