Our Prayer This Week
Let Us Pray For
Almighty God, we Your people thank You for all the many blessings you send our way. Thank You for beautiful, sunny days.
Almighty God, we Your people lift up our prayers of joy and concern. Thank You for our church, our Pastor Jason, our congregation and all the prayers sent out for each other every day, both spoken and those on each heart.
We lift in prayer Barbara and Dennis. Dennis went to the emergency room and we pray Dennis can find relief from back pain. We lift Lilli in prayer and pray her back surgery will be successful. We lift in prayer Barbara’s granddaughter Savannah who is not feeling well. We lift in prayer Clarke Damon who fell this weekend and cracked his pelvis. We lift in prayer Helen Bonnet and all her family. We pray Helen will be comfortable in every way and thank You for every day that is good.
Holy God, thank You for situations that bring fond memories. Thank You for helping us to remember Gary Bell when we see his name on the Fisherman’s Memorial.
Almighty God, we lift in prayer those who are dealing with flu and colds.
Holy God, we thank You for family and friends and the good times spent together. Thank You for the Coon family and their time together as they traveled to celebrate Sandie’s birthday. Thank You for Pastor Cindy and Sally having a good time.
Almighty God, we lift our church in prayer and all of its missions. We pray that we will be able to do all we have in our hearts to do. Thank You that we are able to help so many with the Food Ministries and for all the folks making this possible. Thank You for the food that people donate food each week.
Holy God, we lift in prayer those facing surgery. We lift in prayer all medical staff working to heal.
Holy God we lift in prayer Johnnie’s and Debra’s niece who is dealing with an abusive marriage. Prayers that she will be safe and get the help she needs.
Almighty God, thank You for all the tourists visiting Juneau and all those who make these trips so memorable.
Holy God, we lift in prayer the elderly and we pray that as we get older and can’t always do things or stay at home that we will have a peace about letting go. Thank You, Holy God, for all caregivers and family members who provide great care. Thank You for the wisdom of those around us.
Almighty God, we lift in prayer all the states and countries dealing with disasters. We lift in prayer the hurricane victims in Hawaii, the earthquake victims in Japan, and all places where fires have been so devastating.
We Your people lift in prayer all who are dealing with addictions and pray for peace and healing.
Holy God we lift in prayer our Alaska Conference and all the churches and congregations.
Holy God we lift in prayer the world and continually pray for peace. We lift in prayer our government at all levels and lift up our concerns to You.
Lord, in Your mercy, hear our prayers.
If you have a prayer request, please contact Claudette Curtis at
(907)364-3195 or email@example.com. You may also contact the Church at (907)364-2408 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!