From the General Presbyter
“And call on me in the day of trouble: I will deliver you, and you shall glorify me.”– Psalm 50:15
Today we are praying. We are praying for peace in Louisville, Kentucky as the announcement has been made concerning the shooting of Breonna Taylor. Please pray for our PCUSA National Staff who work and live in Louisville, as protests ramp up.
We are praying for our nation and for the family of Ruth Bader Ginsberg. We are mindful of the deepening of the political divide with her death as well as mindful of the grief her family and friends are experiencing. We are praying for our congregations, some who are navigating the fall season with energy and imagination as this pandemic continues in our midst.
We are praying for pastors and churches standing, walking and running through these days, still faithful, still tired, still creating, still worshipping in whatever form or fashion.
We are praying for our Presbytery as the Cabinet, Commissions, and the like and staff work to provide resources to encourage, challenge and equip.
We are praying for our friends and families, for our communities and for ourselves!