Daily Prayer Email

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Starting Sunday, November 28, you will receive our Advent Devotional “Hope is on the Way” in place of the Daily Prayer, each day during Advent.  The Daily Prayers will resume at the conclusion of Advent.

Advent

Advent Hope is on the Way

2021 Advent Devotional Email
In the busyness of the season, can you see the signs of hope around you? Enter the season of Advent with your eyes and hearts open to what God is doing among us! Our Advent Devotional, Hope is on the Way begins Sunday, November 28. If you are already receiving the Daily Prayers, you do not need to sign up again.

Advent Hope Tree
The hopes and fears of all the years are met in thee tonight.
Advent is the season in which we celebrate God of all hope who is greater than any of our fears. This year, visit Grace Hall to acknowledge your highest dreams and trade your fears for aspirations. Come and “hang your hopes” on our new Advent Hope Tree and cast away your fears into a vessel that will be burned to ash. These simple acts will be powerful reminders of what God can do in us.

Intercessory Prayer

Intercessory Prayer volunteers are dedicated to supporting others in their time of need and bringing them God’s grace and peace through prayer. Volunteers share one hour of their time each week praying for those who have experienced loss, brokenness and personal crisis. Prayer volunteers also lift up others by writing notes of hope and encouragement to those who have requested prayer. No request is too small nor too large.

This is perhaps the most humbling and the most rewarding ministry we offer at Peachtree Road. Pray privately in one of our Prayer Rooms, or form a small weekly group to pray together for others. Prayer volunteers renew their commitment each season.

For more information, please contact Brittany Charron at brittanyc@prumc.org.

Prayer Requests

Prayer Request

Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:6–7

Please submit your requests for prayer here. No request is too small nor too large. If you would like to speak to one of our clergy confidentially, please contact Carolyn Stephens at carolyns@prumc.org.

Wrapped in Prayer

Prayer Blanket Ministry

Prayer blankets are given to anyone needing a warm touchstone of God’s love.  Caring volunteers hem simple fleece blankets while praying for the recipients of each one.  A tag is attached to each blanket as a reminder that they are wrapped in our prayers and held in the palm of God’s hand.  These blankets are cherished by those who receive them and are a constant source of comfort during difficult times.

Anyone is eligible to receive a Prayer Blanket and they can be mailed them upon request.

Would you like to help?  All Prayer Blankets are created in the homes of our volunteers.  Kits are available with all necessary supplies and you may pick up and drop off at your convenience.  For more information, contact Brittany Charron at brittanyc@prumc.org.