Pondering on the words of St. Paul, “Let no one seek his own, but each one the other’s wellbeing. (I Cor. 10:24).
Give rest to the weary, visit the sick, support the poor, for this is also worship. Aphahat
For any prayer concern (salvation, health, employment, stress and anxieties, etc.) please send baptismal names only to: email@example.com
We may not be able to help others materially or medically, but God does hear our prayers and always asks us to pray for each other and so build up the Body of Christ (Eph. 4:11-16).
For the release of Bishop Paul and Bishop John those in Syria, Iraq and Ukraine
For health, recovery from illness and surgery: Fr. Nicholas, Fr. Peter, Maria, George, Mercene, Scott, John, Nicholas, Gina, Aaron, Mickey, Jack, Peter, Paul, Charlie, Hugh, Sophia, Maria, May, Lawrence, Vasile, Gabriela and family, Irene, Constantine, Renee, John, Maria, Cindy, Laurie, Matthew, George, Brooke, Rene, Ryan, Evanthia, Marcy, Gary, Georgia, Caroline, Maggie
For comfort, spiritual help & strengthening of faith: Presbytera Diane, Constantine & Helen, Kostantinos, Savvas, Stephanie, Maria and family, Effie and family, Rebecca Ann, Ruben, Loraine and family, Catherine, Dimitra, Christine and family, Amy, Patrick and family, Nicholas & Georgia, Thomas and Stavroula, Matthew, Andrew
For parents and their families: Fr. William and Mia, Mahala and family, James and Shylo, Pierce Family, Ramakrishnan family
For engaged couples on the journey to marriage: Brenda and Peter
For conceiving of children: Theodore and Anastasia, Gerasimos and Maria, Petros and Anastasia, Steve and Kathleen
For childbearing: Shylo
For those in the Armed Forces: Matthew, Timothy, Rick, David, Michael, Chris, Brian
For employment: Nicholas, Scott, Joanna, Phil, Chris, Laura, Melissa, Michalis, George
For the homeless, poor and needy…
This insert is provided by the St. Nicholas Parish Family Stewardship Committee