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Please let us know your prayer request by calling the church office, 415-456-3713 or sending an e-mail to email@example.com. Recent requests are in bold text.
All requests for prayer and any information shared with us will be kept confidential unless you let us know otherwise. (Adding your name to the list here is optional.) You may also speak to our pastors directly to request prayer support.
Those Whom We Wish To Hold In Prayer:
To comfort those in mourning: Jimmy & Connie Roberts, The Cowperthwaite family, Kitty Lum, Jana Childers, Linda Volz, the Shetlar family, Vivian Volz, Yvonne Fox and extended family, Peter McConnell, Eunjoo Choi;
and the friends and families of Ash Wood, Cebert Holmes, Gerald Wehr, Fran DeVinny, Peter Solle, Kenneth Treganowen, Valda Whitman, Jane Davis, Kimberlee Rasmusson, Glenn Fuller.
To ask for God’s continued healing: Diane Baumsteiger, Steve Bicknell, Laura Christian, James Clark, Art Curtis, Jean Davison, Jan Fairchild, Verna Fairchild, Grace Ferguson, Rich Gantenbein, Jane Hamilton, Brenda Hansen, Roger and Mary Hedin, Phil Heinecke, Dorothy Houston, Angela and Tom Hurst, Va Ilolahia, Kevin Jones, Virginia Jones, George Klein, Ian, Rebecca, and Evan McDowell, Helen Morita, Alka Nayak, Bill New, Diane Rittenhouse, Ruth Sempell, Rob Shea, Joy Snyder, Martha Spears, Betty Stott, Kelly Tate, Ronnie Taylor, Nancy Thomson, Rolline Vestal, Judith Yarling.
To ask for God’s help and guidance: to Karen and Dave Eubanks and family; to those who are homeless; to those in our country and around the world recovering from natural disasters or other tragedy, especially in The Philippines; Colorado; New Mexico; Oklahoma; Boston, Massachusetts; Newtown, Connecticut;, Japan; for justice and peace in Syria, Palestine/Israel and wherever there is hatred and strife; Kevin Mott and other deployed military personnel.
December 20th, 2013
Friday night: Blue Christmas. In the days leading up to Christmas, days of exhausting schedules, multiple responsibilities, and mixed emotions, many seek a place of quiet rest, a setting for worship that will refill and revitalize and acknowledge that not all is merry and bright. Join us Dec. 20 at 7:30 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church of San Anselmo.