Under the guidance of Reverend Dr. Rashad Raymond Moore, we remain a beacon for the African American community. For generations, our community has turned to prayer for strength, solace, and unity, making it a pivotal aspect of our shared heritage.
Currently, several members of our beloved congregation are in dire need of our prayers. The power of intercession cannot be overemphasized. As we come together in prayer, let us remember:
The Profitt Family (Barbara, Marsha, Nadia, and Maia) in the passing of their father and grandfather, Mr. Hepburn Oliver Profitt. And as we implore the heavens for healing and strength, let's keep in our thoughts: Deacon Michael Miller Sr., Sabrina Downing, Fitz Cole, Yvonne Blanford, Lisa Shelborne, Nancy Ramos, Jean Henry, mother of Mary Gross, Jamari Woodson, Helen Batts, Jackie Liverpool, cousin of Deacon Michael Miller in need of a kidney, and every other name listed above. They all require our fervent prayers in their moments of pain, ailment, and trials.
In addition, let's continue to envelop with love and prayers those in our church who are under continued care: Deacon Hipolito Manzo, Brenda Frazier, Al Robinson, Rhoda Howard, Deacon Esther Tyler, and Hyacinth Peart.
Prayer is a gift, and as a church, we have the collective responsibility to remember and uplift each member. If you or someone you know is in need of prayer, please submit their names. We stand stronger together, holding each other up in faith and love.
Let us not underestimate the power of unified prayer. Through it, we offer hope, express love, and solidify our commitment to one another. In these challenging times, the importance of prayer cannot be overstated. Let us remain steadfast in our faith, fervent in our prayers, and unyielding in our love for one another.