All dealing with the coronavirus, remembering especially parishioners who travel and who have work colleagues in China and families in other countries.
Our participation in the reconciling love needed throughout the world, especially in self-examination for all who have been hurt by our sin of racism and for those continue to look at others as less-than, remembering especially all victims of terrorism, both foreign and domestic. For all the victims of natural disasters. For all those affected by terrorist violence in the United States and throughout the world. For peace in the Middle East. For parts of our world experiencing extreme violence and unrest, especially the people of Syria.
All who are ill, especially those in our parish including Phillip, Ronald, Larry, Joe, Jill, Kim, Shannon, Nikki, Tim, Ruth, Arthur, Dominick, Renee, Carole, Dennis, Sabrina, Joanne, Nick, Dom, Peter, Anthony, Joyce, Brad, Bob, Edith, Richard, Robin, Charlotte, Chris, Irene, Susan, David, and Ingrid.
All First Responders, especially Sean Flynn, Jason Flynn, Michael Best, Michael Simonelli, James Simonelli.
All serving in the Military, especially Nicholas Gieda, Daniel Hutchinson, and Robert Giordano.
The students and staff of El Hogar, especially Maria De Jesus, our student.
Mindfulness to the special intentions on our Prayer Wall.
In Thanksgiving As part of our worldwide Anglican Church family, we give thanks for Suhail, the Archbishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem; Justin, the Archbishop of Canterbury; Michael our Presiding Bishop; Ian and Laura, our Bishops, and Dustin, our Rector.
“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God”. Philippians 4:6