Prayer connects us with God. Sharing each other's concerns strengthens our faith and reminds that we are not alone. How may we pray for you?
Praying for each other is important to us. Spoken and un-spoken prayer requests can be made by calling the church office (724-843-0862), sending an e-mail to the church email@example.com, or calling Elmira Hollingshead (724-432-3403). Special thanks for your help in keeping us in touch with the concerns of our church family. Let us continue to lift one another up in a spirit of prayer.
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Current Prayer Concerns for our Church Family and Friends are published in each months Church Newsletter. Prayer concerns received after each newsletter has been published are posted on this page as they are received. Please check back often.
Thursday, March 21st . . .
Standing on the promises, I cannot fall
Listening every moment to the Spirit's call
Resting in my Savior as my all in all
Standing on the promises of God
Please continue prayers for Darren Goodwald, his wife and 3 daughters aged 4, 3 and 10 months. Darren is the 27 year old grandson of George Goodwald, formerly of Willowmere Park. Darren was walking when he was struck by a vehicle. The doctors have said today that they feel his brainstem was so severely damaged, that he will never come out of the coma or breathe on his own. Your thoughts and prayers are needed and welcomed.
Pascha Roncevich had good results from her heart cath today. There were found to be slight irregularities but nothing that they will treat at this time. PRAISE!!
“Be still, and know that I am God. I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth!” ~Psalm 46:10
Wednesday, March 20th . . .
Don Brown is in need of continued prayers. Don’s stent was removed today and another hole was found in his esophagus. A tube and vac was inserted to try to heal that hole. The vac was removed from his side.
Darren Goodwald, 27 year old grandson of George Goodwald was walking when he was struck by a car. He has suffered, brain, lung, spleen and kidney injuries along with many broken bones. He has not regained consciousness. Please lift Darren along with his wife and daughters in prayer.
Scott Acree is doing well but needs our continued prayers.
Linda Eiler is in need of prayer as the doctors adjust medications to try to control her blood pressure.
Pascha Roncevich had a stress test today which showed concerns. She will have a heart cath tomorrow to determine if stents or surgery are needed. Please keep Pascha in prayer.
Because you are my help,
I sing in the shadow of your wings. I cling to you;
your right hand upholds me. ~Psalm 63:7-8
Monday, March 18th . . .
Please keep Tom in prayer. We are at the med center for an ultrasound to rule out a blood clot.
Yesterday morning, we lifted John Yurkew’s 51-year-old nephew Craig in prayer, as he had been diagnosed with cancer of the esophagus and was also experiencing cardio-pulmonary issues. Later yesterday, we learned that Craig had passed early Sunday morning. Please hold John Yurkew in prayer in his time of loss.
We continue to pray for Ron Lucente’s brother Gary, who had a significant heart attack last Friday. Today, we learned that the brother of Ron & Cookie’s daughter-in-law (Misty) suffered a major stroke. Chuck Morningstar is 59 years old, is experiencing paralysis, and is hospitalized in south-central PA. Please be in prayer for and with the extended Lucente family.
“’Though the mountains be shaken and the hills be removed, yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken nor my covenant of peace be removed,’ says the Lord, who has compassion on you.” (Isaiah 54:10)
Friday, March 15th . . .
Please lift Gary Lucente in prayer. Gary is Ron’s brother. He is a delivery man and was found unconscious on someone’s lawn. They did a heart catheterization and placed 3 stents. He has not yet regained consciousness.
I want to thank you all for the prayers for Tom. He is recovering nicely. Swelling is subsiding, and physical therapy is going very well, the therapist feels he is further along than expected. Pain continues to be an issue and he is unable to take any pain meds as they make him feel sick, so he’s plugging along on Tylenol. PRAISE!!
Cast all your anxieties upon Him, because He cares for you. ~1 Peter 5:7
PRAYER MINISTRY: Intentional prayer every day at 3 pm for our Bishop, The Cabinet, Our District Superintendent, Our Church, Our Pastor and Church Leaders.