Praying for One Another
Submitting Prayer Requests
Who will see my request?
You will have the option to share your request on this prayer page with your name or without your name (anonymously).
Or you can choose to share your request confidentially with our Pastoral Staff only.
Is your request for someone other than yourself?
If you are submitting a request for someone else, you must first obtain permission from the person.
For sensitive matters, it is wise also to check with the person about the wording for the request.
Is your request urgent/time-sensitive?
You may wish to submit such a request to our Email Prayer Team, a group of about 75 prayer volunteers who typically receive/see such requests within 24 hours. Submit requests to the Email Prayer Team here. Or if you would like to be one of the prayer volunteers in the email prayer group, apply here.
How long will public requests be displayed?
Public requests are ordinarily displayed here for up to 4 weeks.
After 4 weeks, if there is a need for ongoing prayer, please submit a new/updated request.
What else do I need to know?
Church staff may exercise editorial discretion in wording of requests.
Published requests will ordinarily indicate who is making the request.
Please submit updates and reports of answered prayer.
By submitting a request, you are affirming that you are aware of the above guidelines and have followed the permission/privacy principle if your request is for someone other than yourself. When your prayer request is received, we will share it according to your instructions. Feel free to submit as many prayer requests as you like! And please submit updates and answered prayers too!
Pray for our famiy gathering tomorrow at Ft. Yargo Park near Atlanta for a celebration of life service for my Dad, and for our return travel to Dover early this week.
Received: September 25, 2020
Please continue to pray for the Lanouettes. Gail is being allowed to stay with Allen (12 - 8 pm) each day at the hospital. Eventually, he will be transferred to acute rehab. Ask the Lord to give wisdom to Allen's medical team, bring healing to Allen, and grant Gail the
strength that she needs.
Received: September 22, 2020
Pray for Harry Powderly as he recovers from his fall and continues to battle Parkinson’s. He is still in a lot of pain and will need to return to PAM for outpatient therapy. Pray that Harry will be able to get in and out of the car and that Betty will have the strength she needs to care for him.
Received: September 18, 2020
Update on my Uncle’s girlfriend Anie. She is recovering well. She was moved to a rehab facility for OT and PT. A very good one! She is remembering more and in good spirits. Please pray for continued healing and physical strength.
Received: September 17, 2020
Judy Corrado has informed us that Dee Davis passed peacefully today at home at 1:12 pm. Her daughter Mary Ann was with her. Dee wished to be cremated with no service. Her ashes will be interred beside her late husband’s in New Jersey. A celebration of life service will be planned for a future date when Covid restrictions are lifted. Please remember the family in prayer.
Received: September 11, 2020
Please pray for Harry Powderly, who had a bad fall on Tuesday (September 8). He fractured 3 ribs and a vertebrae. After being hospitalized for two days, he was transferred to PAM for therapy. Please pray for Harry's fractures to heal and for him to regain use of his legs. Ask God to grant His peace to Harry and Betty.
Received: September 10, 2020
Pray for Carlton’s brother and sister-in-law in California, where the fires are 5 miles from their home. They are packed for evacuation if needed. Please also pray for their daughter and family who also live nearby. Pray for their protection and for the protection of their homes.
Received: September 10, 2020
My sister, Joanie Briscoe and family are in West Linn, Oregon. Fires are burning there as in California. Much smoke, and air quality is terrible. Now on alert for evacuation.
Received: September 9, 2020
Praise God! Kaitlin’s lymphoma is now in remission; however, she still needs to undergo chemo through December. Please pray for the Lord to grant her and her family strength and peace as she anticipates prolonged chemotherapy.
Received: September 5, 2020
Please pray for Gail who is experiencing some lessening of pain, but still facing months of recovery on top of caring for Allen. Continue to pray for healing and for the Lord to strengthen Gail.
Received: September 4, 2020
I will be having vitrectomies on both eyes to repair macular holes. They will do the left eye on Friday the 4th and the right eye on Thursday the 10th. I’d appreciate your prayers for the doctors and a quick recovery to regain my sight.