Join us for Worship | Sundays @ 10:30 A.M.

                

   Park United Methodist Church

Join us for Worship | Sundays @ 10:30 A.M.

                

   Park United Methodist Church

Park United Methodist Church
Bloomfield, New Jersey

Living the promise of open hearts, open minds, open doors

We invite you to join us in our ministry of prayer as we uphold each other before God cognizant of the concerns that are on our hearts.  To share a prayer request here, please contact Sandy Dokachev in the church office at 973-429-7745 or by e-mail at parkumc.park@verizon.net 

 

Prayer requests

Those in need:

2/11/24 – Eleanor, Brenda, Bob & his Aunt Margaret’s family, Lynn, Cesar, Bob, Mel & Keith, Baterbonia family members, Marty & family & friends of Jimmy, Luke, Merdell & Dielka.

2/4/24 – Sue, Laura, Carlene, Pilar, Lakelyn, Lisa, Sam’s father, Bob & Barb.

1/28/24 – Emily, James, Ellendale on dental mission trip.

Long-term needs:  Shanda Johnson, Pauline, Jenny, John M, John Jr, Carolyn W, Wendy, Jennie C, David, Liam, Nathan & Zachary, Haley, Brendan & parents Sujal & Anita, Garry, David, Susan, Annemarie, Chuck, Stephen, Noah, Kaitlyn, Zoe, Andrew, Anne M, Mickey & Apryllee.

Joys:  Peter’s recovery, Elizabeth Mugford worshipping with us, Dennis working on the boiler, ability of people with different views to communicate, Missy not needing chemo, Judy’s family’s current good health, our tech abilities to share our worship with people far away.

Our Nation and the World:  Those without heat/hot water, those affected by the kidnappings in Nigeria, those who were in accidents due to the recent storm, places of conflict, around the world, those with Covid, those who are ill, those who have lost loved ones, people seeking God, the homebound, those without healthcare benefits, the people of Sierra Leone, the people of Haiti, victims of violence, peace in the Middle East & return of all hostages, all victims of natural disasters, children in wars, harmony & love in our country, those suffering from depression, all first responders, all families, the homeless, world peace, the people of Sudan, peace for the people of Ukraine, those in hospice, an end to anti-Semitism, success for those with addictions, those in prison, all caregivers.