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Prayer Ministry Annual Report January 2010

Prepared by Mary Kincaid

St. Luke’s Prayer Group is starting its thirteen year of praying together.  The number of prayers that have been said by so many for so many is truly amazing.  I have seen almost a relief in the faces of those after requesting prayers for someone in need.  Something is being done, sort of a force of energy.  A conversation with God doesn’t need fancy or wise words, or a special place, just a sincere heart.  We at St. Luke have accomplished the communication of thousands of prayers said for others.  We also mention all names on the prayer list during intercessory prayers said after Vespers on Saturday evenings and put a seven day candle in front of our cross outside.   This is continued with Fr. Andrew offering the names in prayer during Divine Liturgy.  There are also beautiful cards available in the narthex which can be sent to let someone know prayers are being said for them.  Hopefully in 2010 our prayer group will grow in numbers.