Stone United Methodist Church
Sunday, May 19, 2019
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Dear Friends,


On the first Sunday of Lent, thirty-eight persons took “prayer jars” home from Stone. In each jar were forty wooden sticks, one for each of the forty days of Lent. On each stick was written a prayer request. There were prayers for broad concerns like an end to racism and support for care givers. There were also sticks with names of individual persons and families, for everyone on our mailing list was prayed for by name this season. If you are reading this, know you were lifted in prayer this Lenten season. What a blessing!

We have now entered the season known in the church as Eastertide, the weeks between Easter and Pentecost. While we no longer have the prayer jars to remind us of special prayer requests, but those prayers live on in our hearts and our heads. I promise to pray for you, for the church, for the community and our world. I ask you to do the same as we move forward in the peace and power of the Risen Christ…Pastor Sarah

    Stone United Methodist Church, I love this place!

    In the Peace, Power and Presence of Christ...Pastor Sarah




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