Holding each other's joys, sorrows and concerns before God in prayer is a spiritual practice that characterizes our life together at St. Paul's. In our worship services we pray each other's prayers together. Outside of our time together many parishioners make it part of their daily lives to pray the prayers of the parish community. You are invited to participate in your own way.
Thanks be to God
for messages of prayer, support, and concern shared with St. Paul's from around the world since August 12.
for the hospitality and culinary skllls of parishioners who prepared and served food for students last week, especially Sheila Haughey, Paul Legrand, Donna Price, William Taylor, Christie Thomas, Lloyd Snook, and Erika Viccellio.
Your prayers are requested
for members and friends of the parish who are sick, sorrowful, or in any kind of trouble, including Rod Sinclair, David Nelson, Karin, Anne, Evelyn, Harry, JT, Betty, Lucy, Liz, Robert, Dorothy, Ted, Virginia, Anne, Bill, Mary Elizabeth Beck, Gena, Ruth, Derek, Jean Turman, Elizabeth, Guy & Mary Ann, Madeleine, Brett Blizzard, David, Christine, Ellis, Ernst, Lucia, Lila, Beverly, Angie, Ray & Hayden, Ellen, Eleanor, Marcus, the Barbour family, Mary, the Hanson family, Richard Carveth, the Jazzaeri family, David Lee, Sandra Bolton, Lynn, Jimmie.
this Labor Day weekend for the whole community of St. Paul’s in all the various work we do, that we may do it not for self alone, but for the common good; and for all workers and the unemployed, that their labor be conformed and blessed to God's purposes, and honored with a proper return.
for the music ministry at St. Paul's as we seek a full-time Organist and Director of Music to work alongside Daniel Hine.
for all those injured and traumatized in our community by the events of August 11 and 12.
for all who suffer in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, including the bereaved and the homeless.
for our city and community and nation; for the victims of racism, oppression, and brutality; and for those who serve the common good in law enforcement and the courts.
for the people, ministries, and Bishops of the Dioceses of San Diego and San Joaquin, according to the Anglican Cycle of Prayer.
We commend to God’s never-failing care
victims of violence and warfare throughout the world, including migrants and refugees who have died fleeing danger.
those who have died in the floods in Texas and Louisiana.
all whom we love but see no more, including Joseph Abramo.