There is a weekly prayer meeting on Tuesday's at 11AM.

Anyone who would like prayer or to spend time with others praying for our community and the world are welcome.

Pray Without Ceasing...

…for all going on the Presbyterian Women’s Winterlude Retreat at Alta Mons and the Middle and High School Retreat at Camp Bethel (Feb 22-23);

…for Ingrid Johnson, daughter of Judith and Roy Jones, who will soon be having surgery for breast cancer;

…for Lucy Schor and family as Lucy’s mother has passed away;

...for Sandy Schlaudecker’s Aunt Jeanne who is in the hospital in TX recovering from tough surgery;

...for Mike Harvey as he has his second eye surgery;

...for Heidi Anne Mesmer’s mom who is recovering from surgery;

...for a friend of Melody Zobel’s, who is battling Parkinson’s and Lewy Body dementia and for another friend facing intense marital decisions;

...for Melody Zobel’s cousin who is in treatment for a severe heart condition and for Melody’s sister who is facing reconstructive surgery following removal of a facial melanoma;

...for John Dillard who is recovering from knee surgery;

…for Sharon Watkins and family, following the passing of her husband Tom Watkins;

...for Edith Stockton’s family following her passing;

...for Ranae Lahn who is dealing with difficult health issues;

...for Larry Wright, husband of Anne Wright and father of Marcia Wright and Allison Kruckow, who is in treatment for cancer;

...for BPC during this season of transition;

...for missionaries who serve God's people amid dangerous times;

Continue to be in prayer for Alfred Howery, Linda Frazier, Ann Saacke, Ted Ake, Marcia Cowley, Mark Rakes, David Doherty, Anne Grover, Joan Munford, Margaret Dawson, Carolyn White, and Janice Woodard.

A Prayer for Bangladesh (February 18, 2019)

God of compassion and grace, we pray for Daniyel Soren, a 38-year-old husband, father, and lay pastor ministering to two Christian congregations in rural northwestern Bangladesh.  Last week he suffered an extensive heart attack and now lies in a crowded government hospital’s cardiac care ward, where overflow patients lie on the floor between beds and anxious family members pack the center aisle.  His family has had to pay up front for lab tests and purchase from the local market all his medicines, intravenous fluids, syringes, and needles; so on top of the stress of his illness they face a financial crisis as well.  Lord, have mercy upon your faithful servant Daniyel and his family; comfort, strengthen and support them; and lead them into your peace, we pray in the name of Christ the Savior.  Amen.


Written by Drs. Leslie and Cynthia Morgan

Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

Mission Co-Workers in Bangladesh

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