PRAYER AND PRAYER REQUESTS
Prayer is at the heart of this faith community.
Prayer is central to our life as Christians, and to our corporate worship.
Read more about the many ways we teach about, practice, and ask for prayer.
July 25, 2021
O God, the strength of the weak and the comfort of sufferers: Mercifully accept our prayers, and grant to your servants the help of your power, that their sickness may be turned into health, and our sorrow into joy; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
WE PRAY FOR:
Patti Biel, Megan Drane, Lara Sherer, Beth Schramm, Jane White-Spunner, Lucky White-Spunner, Jessie Koger, Leroy Roberson, Bill Stafford, Gaye Formanek, Bill Christian, Martha Middleton, Ken McElhaney, Bradley Forster, Mollie Adams, Norah Palileo, Maria Napier
Friends & Family:
Rob & Amy Archer Ellis, Marilyn Leigh Ellis, Pier Louise Hardin, Father Dennis Brown, Sally Chow, Isabel Hulsey, Preston Griffith, Mary Rose Snider, Winnie Nichols, Janet Heishman, Audrey Eller, Greg Cyprian, Margaret Murray, Jeanie Wilkins, Genie Inge, Lexie Mestas, Linda Ladnier, Dale Ladnier, George & Mary Ester Hall Bollis, Janie Andrews, Bender Middlekauf, The Rev. David A. Kearley, Sally Maas, Law Stuart, Stilly Knight, Arrica Wagner, Fifi Twitty, Norma Jean McNair, Joan Cochran, Shirley Hauser, Paul McLain, Michael Cameron, Ray Downey, Mike Lapeyrouse, Donna Wesson Smalley, Michael McDonald, Kelly Calloway, Thinee Vanek
For Those Serving in the Military:
Marlin Brutkiewicz, Laura Coale Williams, Ryan Hurt, Hunter Ladd, Blake Hickey, Susan Reniewicz Adams, Tia Cupit, Gray Stephens, Carter Gannon
Anglican Cycle of Prayer:
The Church of Scotland
Cathedral Cycle of Prayer:
St. James’ Episcopal Church, Eufaula; and Wilmer Hall Children’s Home
Ecumenical Cycle of Prayer:
We pray for the Church in Djibouti, Somalia; and Wilson Avenue Church of God, Mobile.
Prison Ministry Cycle of Prayer:
Federal Prison Camp; and REAP Re-entry Program, Pensacola
Wilmer Hall Sunday:
Wilmer Hall was founded in 1864 as a home for orphans and widows. More than 157 years later, we continue to carry out our mission to serve young people in need. We serve children and young adults through residential and educational programs, all aiming to provide each individual with the skills they need to be successful, contributing members of our community. We serve 175 children in our education programs and up to 36 young people in our residential programs at any given time. Our residential programs serve young men and young women with children. We would love to tell you more about our mission and ministry and to show you around our campus! To schedule a tour and/or lunch, please contact Director of Development Mae Dennis at 251.342.4931 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Almighty God, our heavenly Father, whose Son Jesus welcomed and blessed the children with love: We give you thanks and praise for Wilmer Hall Children’s Home, for the founders, for all who have served and supported this Home through the years, and for all who have found love and family in the Home. In the faith of our founders, we spread before you our prayers for all who live within the care of Wilmer Hall and for those who will do so in years beyond us. Raise up, we pray, in every generation, faithful people to support and sustain the Home following the way of our Savior Jesus Christ with whom we are bound in the best of bonds.
March 31, 2019
At Christ Church Cathedral we pray for one another in different ways, and invite you to request prayer by the clergy, or the parish.
During our Sunday worship we pray silently and aloud for our own needs and those of others If you have a prayer concern that you wish to be included in our prayers, please email Carolyn Jeffers to send a confidential request. This could be a prayer for yourself or for a loved one, friend, or colleague.
You may also request that someone be added to the printed prayer list that is included in our Sunday service bulletins. Before asking that someone be added to the published prayer list, please ask their permission.
You may request prayer by the Daughters of the King, a group of women who offer intercessory prayer on behalf of those who request it; these prayer requests are held in strict confidence, and are not included in the prayer list.
May God's peace be with you.