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Weekly Prayers of and for the Community and World

The following people have requested your prayer consideration:
 

Carolyn B; Bill & Donna B; Mike B; Richard B; Bill L; Kaela D; Ken D; Gary G; Helena G; Ahmad H; Glenys L; Tyler L-R; Alyx M; Charlotte M; Marjorie M; Hans N; Janet O; James S; Birgit S; Alana; Audrey; Bernie & Erna; Chittri; Colleen; Ezra; family  of Gilbert H; Gloria; Graham; Julie’s family; Kristi; Leah & the Nicholsons; Louise; Makai; Margaret; Quinn; Tanu; Zack

Prayer Request

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Weekly Prayers of the People

Trusting in God’s promise to reconcile all things, let us pray for the church, the well-being of creation, and a world in need. 

 

You alone are God. We thank you for the gift of sabbath rest. Awaken the church to the mystery of your presence and give us glad hearts as we receive the good news of your deliverance. Give wisdom and discernment to our bishops, pastors, deacons, teachers, and leaders. We remember especially Bishop Kathy Martin; Our Redeemer Lutheran, Penticton; and Trinity Anglican+Lutheran in Port Alberni.

Hear us, O God. Your mercy is great.

 

You renew creation. Drive out those who would make the earth a marketplace. Protect rainforests, mountaintops, oceans, and wilderness areas from commercial exploitation. Unite nations, policymakers, and businesses in efforts to reduce carbon emissions.

Hear us, O God. Your mercy is great.

 

You judge the nations. We pray for an end to war and strife in every land (especially between Hamas and Israel; and Ukraine and Russia). Strengthen international efforts to negotiate peace and provide humanitarian aid to people fleeing from conflict.

Hear us, O God. Your mercy is great.

 

You bring healing and hope. We give thanks for physicians, nurses, researchers, therapists, and public health workers who prevent and treat illness. We pray for any who are sick.

Hear us, O God. Your mercy is great.

 

You abide with your people. Sustain any in this community undergoing life transitions: marriage, divorce, childbirth, adoption, moving, graduation, employment change, or a death in the family (especially the Arnold Gill & Greg Vosper families).

Hear us, O God. Your mercy is great.

 

You bring life from death. We remember our loved ones who have died, confident that they have new life in you. May we trust that nothing can separate us from your love.

Hear us, O God. Your mercy is great.

 

Accompany us on our journey, God of grace, and receive the prayers of our hearts, through Jesus Christ, our Savior.

Amen. 

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