- Joseph Rogers\
- Lorraine Earl
- Harold Smith, Jr.
- Jim Thomas
- Chris Buchholz
- Michael Barrett
- Summer Cimeno
- Dan Clymer
- Baby Christopher
- Ann Davey
- Trish Gaskin
- Patricia Cliggott
- Jeremy Mello
- Jimmy Lyons
- Sue H.
We pray for:
Please email any names you would like added to the Prayer List to email@example.com
For those battling the coronavirus and their loved ones, and for all healthcare workers and first responders who risk so much;
For all of us working to confront racism and its pernicious effects on us all;
For the immigrants at our southern border and for all facing fear, persecution and violence in our world;
For everyone out of work, for those without housing and for all who struggle to make ends meet;
For those who lost lives and loved ones in the recent mass shootings;
For those who lost their lives or loved ones in the condo collapse in Florida.
And for all of our Armed Forces, especially… David Whiting, Steven Brown, Kyle Stobie, Ed Van Auken, Justin Jacobsen and Cliff Crelin.
In thanksgiving to God for the blessings of this life. . .
For those who have recovered from the virus and are healed;
For the Corona virus vaccine;
For the blessing and promise bestowed upon us as citizens of this great nation.
And for the June Birthdays of:
Ginny Omar, Adam Wilson, Caroline Evans, Colleen Seadale, Julie White, Jack Slayton
For those who have entered larger life . . . John Gardner
And for those in whose loving memory the Altar Flowers have been given:
Week of July 4 Samuel L. Tattersall,Jr., Elizabeth Sandland, Marjory Banks Grannis, Uri and Balcom Grannis
Week of July 11 Rev. John A. Greely and Mary Greely,
Ashley Elizabeth Flack and Janet Elizabeth Flack
Week of July 18 Ruth and Ed Brooks, Brian Aromando, George Brown
Week of July 25 Joanne V. Davis, John T. Monzani, Jr., F. Kelso Davis, Jan Monzani,
Lisa Monzani Clough; Frank Gibson; The Rev. B. Linford Eyrick
THE PRAYER LIST AND THE PRAYER CHAIN
There are two ways of getting the word out for prayers at St. Andrew’s:
The Prayer List is refreshed week to week and is read aloud at services (currently read aloud at YouTube service 8:00 am Sundays, which can be heard at any time). The prayer list is also the place to put names of friends and loved ones that have recently passed away. There is a section for Thanksgiving, as well, and you can add birthdays, marriages, births, graduations, Baptisms, Confirmations – basically any cause for celebration! This is a public list and will be posted on the website weekly.
The Prayer Chain is intense prayer for someone who is in crisis, physical or emotional, and is activated anonymously and cycled through a small group of parishioners. All you have to do to activate the Prayer Chain is to call, text or email one of its members and it will be done. There is more information about the Prayer Chain below.
Prayer Chain 2019
Members of the Prayer Chain have continued to pray for all those who have found themselves or their friends and family members in the middle of a crisis or in a situation that they wished to keep confidential. These requests for prayer are quickly and confidentially passed on to each member of the chain. We encourage all members of the parish to contact any member of the prayer chain should they find themselves in need of urgent or confidential prayer.
The following people served on the prayer chain in 2019: Susan Kelly, Hillary Landers, Laura Lee, Mary Lollis, Colleen Seadale, Bart Smith and Claire Thacher.
Respectfully submitted, Mary Lollis
Mary Lollis MARYLOLLIS@GMAIL.COM
Susan Kelly SKELLYA@COMCAST.NET
Laura Lee WLL508LEE@AOL.COM
Colleen Seadale VSEADALE@COMCAST.NET
Bart Smith BART@BARTSMITH.COM and THORNSMITH@GMAIL.COM
Claire Thacher CHTHACHER@YAHOO.COM