Thank you to LINDA KAUFMANN for leading out worship and for an inspiring message!
Ann Marie S. - Prayers for all those in need of the services of the Appalachia Service Project but are unable to receive the help they need.
Cindy G. - Prayers for our member Leslie H. who fell on Easter and has been in rehab but not be able to return to Independent Living. She will be moved to an assisted living facility. Cindy is asking for cards to be sent once an address is known, to help Leslie as she adjusts to her new situation. More information will be made available cone we have it.
Bev A. - Prayers of Thanksgiving that she herself and all realtors are able to resume working.
Carol W. - Prayers for a former neighbor and his family. The neighbor has been in the hospital for 3 weeks with Covid 19. In the meantime the adult son Henry died due to an equestrian accident. Prayers of comfort and peace for the entire ESH family. (According to the Obituary, Henry is, along with his wife and father, survived by five sons and three daughters, all at home,)
Linda K - Lifted up prayers for Linda and Greg Manz who lost their son Scott. (https://rlwilliamsfuneralhome.com/tribute/details/1640/Scott-Manz/obituary.html)
Pastor Suzanne - Prayers for all of you. For staying connected with Trinity, for attending online worship, and for all you do. I thank God for all of you! And special thanks to Linda Kaufmann for today's service and message.
Today we were confronted with technical difficulties as the ZOOM service was not working well. The service consisted of several parts of a worship service lad by the Council of Conference Ministers of the United Church of Christ. Below is the link to the complete service - and parts thereof - led by the Council of Conference Ministers.
Here is the entire services, including parts omitted in our service
Prayer requests for today included all students as the semesters are coming to an end,
A prayer request sent to Pastor Suzanne by Heather W.: "I found out late yesterday afternoon my job status. I am NOT furloughed. I did receive a cut in pay but it is manageable, so my family is going to be okay.I do ask for continued prayers for my coworkers, especially those who were furloughed and those whose pay cut is a harder burden."
Angela asked for prayers for people she has come in contact with through the mask sewing project, especially two women who are currently undergoing cancer treatment and a family who was homeless and resided in a motel but was able to find an apartment and was able to move.
Pastor Suzanne Schwarz-Green is the pastor of Trinity Reformed Church, UCC, in Collegeville, PA.