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 email@example.com
Those in need:
3/12/23 – PJ’s aunt, Claudena & her brother, Diana & family, Marty F, Judy S, Carol G, Paula, Joe P.
3/5/23 – JoEllen, Sean, Pilar, family & friends of James, Diana & family & friends of Ruby, David & family, Andrea, John M.
Long-term needs: Brenda, Pauline, Jenny, Merdell, Brenda, Sarah, John M, John Jr, Carolyn W, Wendy, Jennie C, Natalya, David, Lubia, Willam, Liam, Nathan & Zachary, Haley, Brendan & parents Sujal & Anita, Garry, David, Susan, Anne Marie, Chuck, Stephen, Noah, Kaitlyn, Zoe, Andrew, Katrina, Anne M, Mickey & Apryllee, Jill Molden.
Joys: Kaitlyn’s acceptance to culinary school, unveiling of Harriet Tubman statue in Newark, Lucas going on a trip, wonderful high school play, Gabe & Serrilli’s meeting in Texas, Day of Resolve against Hate, our vigilant community.
Our Nation and the World: Crossing guards keeping our children safe, peace for the people of Ukraine, peace in our neighborhoods, the people of Haiti, President Carter & family, hope overcoming hate, all victims of racial violence, those seeking employment, family & friends of the mass shooting victims in California, our nation’s leaders, those in hospice, those struggling with depression, mutual respect and cooperation among all peoples & an end to antisemitism, those having medical procedures, cancer survivors & their families & other supporters, success for those struggling with addictions, those in prison, unity & peace in the world, those who have served their country, those whose loved ones didn’t return from combat, justice, equality and compassion for all, all caregivers, victims of domestic violence & their families, those who are grieving, families who are struggling.