Pray with Us

St. Andrew’s Prayer Chain – Prayer List for 11/23/21

 

Hear us, Lord;

For your mercy is great. 

Those who have died

Ben Benoit, brother of Betsy Hoover.

Jeffrey DeBlois, brother of Peter DeBlois. (pronounced DeBloise)

Pat Murphy, mother of Clyde Lovell.

Those who have died this week as victims of COVID-19, war, violence, natural disasters, abuse, and neglect.

Ill/asked for prayers

Nola Dempsey, Tina Marie and TJ Trump, Susan Trickett, Hannah, Steve Rickard, Richard and Judie, Carin and her family, Fr. Don Warner, Al Grinestaff and Michael Van Cleave, Dean Stalnaker, Carol and Sarah Backus, Maddie, Taylor, Marlene, JP, Theresa, Alexa and her family, Myra Fernandez, The Coldren family, Barbara Becker, John Barnette, Carol Bush and Lisa Sisneros, Brian, Christina, Lilly, Kent.

 

Those who mourn

Family and friends of Ben Benoit, especially his sister, Betsy Hoover.

Family and friends of Jeffrey DeBlois. (pronounced DeBloise)

Family and friends of Pat Murphy, especially her son, Clyde Lovell.

Family and friends of those who have died of COVID-19.

Thanksgiving

For all those celebrating birthdays or anniversaries this week

Pray for Mission and Outreach Partners

Irving Street Residence for Women: A residential and support program designed to serve chronically homeless women who are disabled or experience mental health issues.

 

Please pray for

Bill, for God's care as he undergoes tests for MS.

Don Van Splinter, for successful cataract surgery, preparation, and aftercare.

John, for dementia.

Giles, recovering from shoulder surgery.

Mark, for discernment.

McLennan Maxwell, facing mental health challenges.

Larry Wallerstein, brother of Lynn Wallerstein Huber, and his wife Sheila, facing brain surgery, for wisdom and a good outcome and peace for their kids.

Fr. Dick Palmer, for hope and a renewal of purpose.

For the health and well-being of the inmates and staff of the Denver Women’s Correctional Facility, the Aurora Detention Center, and all prisoners and captives.

Mike Kornelsen, for continued healing and strength.

Those in our community without homes or shelter.

Amy, for healing, strength, and courage to stay out of an abusive relationship and move forward with her life.

John M. for healing of stage four lung cancer and God's love, comfort, and sustaining help throughout the treatment process.

Fran and Jay Grooters, ALS and now in congregate care.

Kathrine, for healing after a fall.

Dave, in-home hospice, for God's comfort, constant loving presence, deep peace; and for his wife, Eva.

Ted, for healing and help for mental illness, and guidance to those who can help.

Nicole, for mental and emotional healing and peace.

All migrants everywhere, for their health, safety, and well-being. May their lives be blessed with welcome and love.

Richard M., deep healing and peace.

For those who are ill, those who are anxious and troubled in this time of the global COVID-19 pandemic, bring healing, hope, and courage to all who wait or work in uncertainty.

Racial justice and reconciliation everywhere, especially in the hearts and minds of those who harbor hate and resentment.

The right use of the riches of creation, that the world may be freed from poverty, famine, and disaster.

Pray for those who have no one to pray with them or for them.

Collect at the Prayers:

"Almighty and eternal God, ruler of all things in heaven and earth: Mercifully accept the prayers of your people, and strengthen us to do your will; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen."