UALC
Monday, November 20, 2017

Prayer Line

We want to share your burdens and your joys.
 
Jesus set a great example of the importance and the power of prayer. He often took time to talk with His Father. We too value prayer in our individual lives and communities. It is an honor and a privilege for us to pray on behalf of our brothers and sisters in Christ. (“Carry one another’s burdens” Galatians 6:2)

There are a few ways you can submit your prayer requests. All are confidential. You may either complete the online form, phone in a prayer request or email our Military Care team your specific requests.  
 

To submit a prayer request using our online form, fill out this simple form. It is shared within our prayer team only unless you want it posted on our website.

 
Prayer Request or Praise (write as much as you need, space is not limited):   
     
 
Name (optional):
     
 
E-mail:
     

I would like my prayer posted on the website for others to pray for my request:   YesNo

I would like to be contacted by e-mail: Yes No
    
                                                           
 

To phone in a prayer request, call (614) 451-3736, option 5, and leave your confidential message.

As soon as you leave your voicemail prayer request, the Prayer Line ministry leader is automatically and immediately paged so that prayer can begin on your behalf right away.

Military Care Ministry Prayers

Join us in praying for and supporting our families and friends currently in the military, and veterans. We encourage those with loved ones in the military to share prayer requests by emailing militarycare@ualc.org; all names are anonymous for security purposes. Contact ministry leader Joan Betley, militarycare@ualc.org with questions. 

To see public prayer requests, click here.

"Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, 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 your minds in Christ Jesus" (Philippians 4:6-7).
 

Prayer Line Ministry Team

Nancy Burtch

Prayer Line
Ministry Leader

Lee Miller

Web Request
Coordinator

Becki Bork

Director of
Congregational
Care Ministries  
bbork@ualc.org
 
 
 
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