About Heather Scott

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Joys & Concerns


  • Joyce asked that we pray for her nephew in Houston, he had a bad fall.
  • Ann is not well and needs prayers.
  • The Glover family as they mourn for Debbie, the Glovers are friends of Carla.
  • Paula Williams, a neighbor and friend of Carla’s, is suffering back pain and is struggling to work.
  • We are praying for world peace, we asked that leaders seriously seek resolutions.
  • For Edie’s neighbor, Brandi who is having a difficult time with her chemo treatments. 
  • Alan Fish, Daphne Danahay’s brother was diagnosed with ALS.
  • For our service members.
  • Prayers for those with mental illness and those who are homeless.
  • Pray for our church, the Welsh church and St. Andrew’s. May the Lord’s will guide our steps.  Fill our congregations with the Holy Spirit!
  • For our leaders, local, state, national, and global that they may seek God, peace, knowledge, wisdom, and courage.
  • We’re thankful for Leslie’s willingness and aide.
  • Our community works together!
  • Dorothy’s open house has resulted in serious inquires.
  • The safe return of so many travelers.

Prayerful Ways to Start & End Your Day

Morning Prayer: O God of this and every morning, as I begin this day, call my name; as I step into this day, guide my feet; as I live this day, care for those I love; as I learn this day, teach me your ways. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

Evening Prayer: Household Prayer (Evening):
God of stars and planets, the setting sun ends this day for us as it rises on a new day for others. For us and for them, be light in every darkness. In Jesus’ name.  Amen.