This morning let us take time to pray for those in our church family who have asked for our prayers, you may find these names on page 5 in your bulletin. Let us especially remember the family of Rev Caulfluid. Let us now take time in silence to remember the prayers we hold in our hearts.
Let us continue on with prayer...
Please forgive us for we have sinned we need you help throughout this day as we ask for your forgiveness. We know we have wronged, and we ask you to make us right.
We thank you for being hear with us today, we feel your presence and we know that you are among us. God, we thank you for your forgiveness and teaching us how to forgive
May we remember those who will be without family and friends on this morning, to all those who will be missing them. And to those who have had a great loss in the family. They need you now Lord, more then ever, please stay with them, keep them strong.
Help us to remember those in need, those around the world, and those in our own backyards. For sometimes Lord, we forget that there are many people in our own community, even in our church community that needs our prayers.
God, please be with all towns and cities all over the world struggling to get by, the homeless and sick, the starving children…and the parents doing all the can to give them the love and care they need survive. They need us Lord.
Let us at this time remember all those who have served our country in war, the Vetrens, for they have greatly helped our country get to where we are today. Have them feel a sense of peace and connection to you.
We ask all these things and so many more in the name of Jesus Christ, our risen savior, who taught us to pray…
Our Father, who art in heaven,hallowed be thy name.Thy Kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heavenGive us this day our daily bread.And forgive us our trespasses,as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, the power and the glory. for ever and ever. Amen