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Joys/Prayer Concerns


First Christian Church typically runs all prayer concerns for a period of two weeks from the time of the last update.  If you have any corrections, updates, or additional information, please let us know.

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Please pray for the following:

Apr 10, 2021
Category: Prayer Concerns
Posted by: rblack117

Jean Johnson passed away on Thursday, April 8.  Jean was 97 years young and had been a member of FCC since 1956.  Services are being planned for a later date.  Our sympathy and prayers go out to the Johnson Family.

Apr 7, 2021
Category: Prayer Concerns
Posted by: rblack117

PAT SHUMATE, mother of our bookkeeper LISA WALKER broker her wrist earlier this week. 

Apr 7, 2021
Category: Prayer Concerns
Posted by: rblack117

CAL DECKER had carpal tunnel surgery and a procedure to release nerves on his right elbow yesterday. 

Apr 7, 2021
Category: Prayer Concerns
Posted by: rblack117

JANE WALLACE'S family in Sweden is dealing with COVID-19 and its variants. Son-in-law CHRISTIAN is currently hospitalized with the virus. Daughter KENDRA and grand-daughter ADORI both tested positive for the virus and are at home. Grandson FINN tested negative. 

Apr 7, 2021
Category: Prayer Concerns
Posted by: rblack117

TOM DOWLER is receiving physical therapy for lower back difficulties.

Apr 1, 2021
Category: Prayer Concerns
Posted by: rblack117

Dave Baker, Cal Decker, Don Sinn, Mike Ward, Mary Oliver, Patricia Shumate (Bookkeeper Lisa’s mom), Connor Goodman, Amy (Nancy Vreeland’s niece), Claudia, Virginia Yohn daughter Debbie, Nylia Cazier’s brother George, Debbie Mestas friend Sonia.

Apr 1, 2021
Category: Prayer Concerns
Posted by: rblack117

Suzy Stewart, Dorothy Smith, Betty Axworthy, Ed and Sally Grooms, Emma Crawford, Jean Johnson, Gene Buck, Roger & Lorna Cook

Apr 1, 2021
Category: Prayer Concerns
Posted by: rblack117

CONTINUE TO PRAY for all who are grieving, our shut-ins, all those in nursing homes and assisted living, all those serving our country, all individuals dealing with or on the front line to help fight COVID, for all FCC church members dealing with private issues and health concerns not shared and people dealing with severe weather throughout the country and communities dealing with the aftermath of fatal shootings.