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March Prayer Requests

This spring weather brings hope. Not only hope for victory over potentially freezing in the night but hope for what is to come. This Lenten season brings hope too. Hope that we might find our lives transformed; housed or unhoused. It is in this season that we actively wait, reflect, and repent. 

This month, we fought bad weather, we gathered together anyway, and we were reminded that we are the church together in the hard times. We are better together!  We lift up these prayers to our Father in Heaven. The one who knows our hearts and our needs and who always welcomes us back into His fold.  
Lord, In your Mercy...Hear our Prayer. Please pray for our members in need. These prayers include...

Pat: Prayer request for my family, especially my daughter Sky. She is going through kidney failure. For my grandchildren, that they follow God and be thankful. Thank you, God, for my friends in this church.

Annie: God bless all of you angels who continually pray for everyone else. I know my time on this earth is very short.

Pray for the incarcerated.

Pray for Harvey Jr. He was born is sick.

Cynthia: Please pray for my mother, Ernestine to overcome fear and unbelief. Please pray for my four sisters; Tina, Kathy, Darlene, and Ulondato to not have hatred in their heart. God Bless,

Prayers for my homeless people, my friends on reservations, backsliders…the Lord knows who I am.

Cindy: I need prayers for my son Dustin, that when he gets out of jail, he will get back into the arch. Pray for those who are molested. 

DJ: Please pray for my nephew. He is nine years old and is trying to kill himself. Our life is bad.

Jamie and Brent: Thank you for helping us look for apartments. We pray for housing and good health. 

Kayla: I request a visit. I need to talk.

David: Father God, in the name of your son Jesus, I humbly ask for forgiveness of my sins and ask for guidance in the right direction.

Tierra: Our prayer Oh God is that I ask you to keep blessing my children and our home and keep us safe. We pray for pastor Rebel to give her strength.

Jawean: I am thankful for family. I am in need of size 13 tennis shoes. Thank you.

Karla: Pray for me and my son Dawson, for my daughter Darcy. She is in jail. Please pray for my family. 

Theo: You might not know this, but there are babies being sold in human trafficking rings. Please help these young girls who are the mothers.

Please pray for my son who is struggling with mental illness.

For my children- they follow and stay close to Christ.

Please pray for Rebel and her family, Jared who is fighting cancer, and safe travel for people. 

Carlos: Please pray for my mom and my other family members that they open their eyes to the full truth of God through my faith and Love of God

Jade: I don’t fit, but I fit here. Thank you for church on the Street who prays for the meth users, the alcoholics. Who brings the Word to us. 

Please pray for my boyfriend and me and my baby girl that we get through this. 

The name kept confidential: Please pray for me and my girls. My ten year old was raped. Please pray for strength.

I pray that you take away all this worry and anxiety and bring to me a happy life. 

Foster: I pray for help to fight my tobacco addiction. 

Dave: I humbly ask for help with the searching for an apartment and a job.


Church on the Street:
Please pray for Marylin's family. She lost her fight with cancer this week, but we know God has victory even over cancer. Give them comfort and peace.
Please pray for Paula and her fight with cancer.
Please pray for Duane and his recovery from cancer.
Please pray for Peg and her recovery from Cancer.
Please pray for Dena and her fight with cancer.
Please pray for the newly housed.
Please pray for our volunteers.
Please pray for strength to continue this work on the street.
Please pray for the shelters and those who provide services.
Please teach us to look past our anger and racism and instead see the children of God.
Prayers for the SD Synod of the ELCA as a new bishop is being discerned. 
Prayers for the United Methodist Church as they face challenges.
Please pray for our city as we navigate together how to build a community of love, respect, and dignity for all.

Lord, In your mercy... Hear our prayer.