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Prayer Requests

Our Book of Order states: "In prayer we respond to God in many ways. In adoration we praise God for who God is. In thanksgiving we express gratitude for what God has done. In confession we acknowledge repentance for what we as individuals and as a people have done or left undone. In supplication we plead for others, on behalf of others, and for the whole world. In self-dedication we offer ourselves to the purpose and glory of God."

If you have requests or praises you would like added to the prayer list, please contact our Prayer Chain Coordinator,
Carolyn Kimmerly (922-8603).


There is a place where thou canst touch the eyes
Of blinded men to instant, perfect sight;
There is a place where thou canst say, “Arise”
To dying captives, bound in chains of night;
There is a place where thou canst reach the store
Of hoarded gold and free it for the Lord;
There is a place–upon some distant shore–
Where thou canst send the worker and the Word.
Where is that secret place–dost thou ask, “Where?”
O soul, it is the secret place of prayer! 
~ Alfred Lord Tennyson


* We encourage people to limit their requests to their own personal areas of need. If you must request on somebody else's behalf, please be sure you have their permission to do so.

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