A prayer chain is a way for people to gain assistance in prayer for any serious and pressing problem. It is also a way for any person to act on God’s command to love one another. Many people cannot engage directly in ministry, but we can all pray.
Many who are older, or ill themselves can take the time to help others and to make their time and suffering valuable. Prayer is a way to reach out of ourselves, to put aside our loneliness and pain for the sake of another. Jesus teaches us that if we agree on anything and ask in faith it will be granted.
The volunteers for First Church’s newly formed Prayer Chain have been commissioned and are now ready to receive prayer requests. If you would like to take advantage of this service, please contact any one of the people listed below.
|Lynn Bitzer||Millie Melling||Edie Ruggles|
|Betty Roberts||Al Bradley||Betty Lou Hindle|
|Nancy Segall||Kelly Neil||Nancy Langely|
|Rebecca Mendible||Hope Cavendish||Nancy Smith|
Phone numbers are in the church directory.