Holding each other’s joys, sorrows, and concerns before God in prayer is a spiritual practice that characterizes our life together at All Saints. 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 our nation and all who serve in positions of public trust;
for the Hoboken Shelter and those who volunteer to provide meals for the hungry and lodging for the homeless;
for those who have made pledges for 2019, especially new pledgers and those who have increased their past pledge amounts;
for the birth on February 6 of Milo Davis Ahuja, son of Courtenay and Anand Ahuja and brother of Sarina.
Your prayers are requested
for victims of racism, bigotry, and hate;
for those who are hungry and homeless;
for members and friends of the parish who are sick, sorrowful, or in any kind of trouble, including Macklin Eugene, Laura Keating, Max McGinley, Fr. Paul Bryan, Michael Burris, the Rev. Donald Stroud, Bindu Banglore, Kimberly, Kathleen, Luke Pierro, Richard Karlson, and Anthony Uva;
Please note that any names on the prayer list will remain for a period of one month. At the end of each calendar month, the list will be cleared. If you would like to continue to have a name on the list, please contact the office after the first of the month.
for our diocese, including the people and ministries of St.Paul’s Church, Montvale, the Rev. Edward M Hasse, III, rector;
for the Anglican Communion, including the people and ministries of the Province of Central Africa, the Most Rev. Albert Chama, Archbishop of Central Africa and Bishop of Northern Zambia.
We commend to God’s never-failing care
those who have died, remembering especially this week those who died one year ago at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL; the dead in the gun violence this week in Aurora, Illinois, and Clinton, Mississippi.
victims of violence and warfare throughout the world, including migrants and refugees who have died fleeing danger; U.S. civilians and service personnel who have died in the ongoing wars in Afghanistan (2419), Iraq (4556), Syria (8), Yemen (1), and Niger (4);
all whom we love but see no more.
To add a name to this prayer list, please contact the parish office: 201-792-3563 or email@example.com