In Our Prayers

"The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much!" -James 5:16 

Friends & Family

  • Terry Davis, the cousin of Carol Snyder, is recovering from triple bypass surgery last week.

  • Ron Wilson, Instructor for Central Carolina School of Preaching, has been hospitalized with COVID.

  • Tad Royster, the son of Ted Royster, has COVID and we pray that he gets better soon.

  • Betty Verdell attends regularly at Lexington and has been dealing with Atrial Fibrillation (AFib). Her heart rate has been between 120 and 140 bpm.​

  • Charles Sherman, the son of Virginia Sherman, is doing much better following his recent bladder surgery.

  • Dennis Snyder, the husband of Carol Snyder, is dealing with some health issues and needs prayers from the church.

  • Melvin Sapp continues to improve. Please keep him in your prayers.

  • Eva Hunter, the sister of Tommy McDuffie, is in Abbott's Creek to undergo rehab to help with the strength issues with her leg.


  • Alexis Munesy, a 2nd grade neighbor of the Shanks family, has been diagnosed with brain cancer.

  • Janet Griffin, a friend of Wanda Cline, has congestive heart failure.

  • Hilda Hedrick has cancer and Alzheimer's and prayers have been requested.

Church Family

  • Condolences to the family of Elaine Orman. Sister Elaine passed away peacefully on Friday morning, April 9th, at her home surrounded by her family. A graveside service will be held on Monday, April 12th, at 11:00 am at Holly Hill Memorial Park in Thomasville, NC. Please keep Sister Elaine’s family and friends and also her church family in your prayers as they deal with the loss of their loved one.

  • Blake Hinesley Hinesley broke both bones in his lower left arm on Friday and is currently in a temporary cast until the swelling goes down and on Monday he will get a hard cast.

  • Ted Royster is in Lexington Hospital ICU with pneumonia and other complications.

  • Renard Edwards is on a new medication that is causing chills and other side effects.

  • James Cockerham is having issues with swelling believed to be caused by new medication which they are working on regulating.

  • Dixie Black is on a regimen of medicine and will have a follow-up consultation with a doctor for heart issues.​​


  • Myatina Hemmingway continues to have knee issues.​​

  • Mildred Bean is at Somerset Court in Mocksville, Room 226.

  • Marion Carr continues to deal with various health issues.

  • Gary Yokeley has finished his cancer treatments and is doing well. He is spending some time with his grandchildren, doing some gardening, and fishing in his own pond while staying at home and staying safe.

  • Brenda Hazel is in Room 1 at Brookstone in Lexington and she would enjoy having visitors.​​​

  • Remember to pray for our church family daily as we enter the flu season. Several of our number have been experiencing fevers, nausea, and other symptoms so please remember our church family in your daily prayers.

  • Please continue to remember our elderly and shut-ins in our prayers.

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