In Our Prayers

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

Friends & Family

  • Mary Lawson, the mother of Janet Caudle, is struggling with a variety of issues and is under Hospice care in her home. Janet is assisting with the caretaking.

  • Sue Reece, sister of Nancy Cockerham, has serious breathing problems and has asked for prayers.

  • Sandra Johnson, the grandmother of Jessica Sparks, is in a nursing facility in her hometown undergoing physical therapy. Please also remember Sherri in your prayers as is her caretaker.​

  • Brittany Hedrick, the granddaughter of Ellera Lambeth, is having some issues/complications with kidney stone surgery.

  • Mary Underwood, the grandmother of Andrew Kivett, continues to recover from hip replacement surgery. Please pray for her continued recovery.

  • Carolyn Goff has completed her chemo and radiation treatments. She is extremely tired and weak and the doctors are saying it will take about 3 weeks of side effects before they decrease. All in all, she is doing well. Please pray for strength and comfort as she continues to recover.

  • Lonnie Phillips, the brother of Virginia Sherman, continues to recover from a stroke. 

  • Joyce Wilder, sister of James Cockerham, is undergoing chemo.

  • Tammy Mashburn, a family member of Lindsay Wilson, has pancreatic cancer. Pray for upcoming treatments to be successful.

Church Family

  • Ginger Stockton is recovering from outpatient shoulder surgery she underwent on Thursday, July 28th, at Lexington Hospital.

  • Sue McGee is undergoing rehab for her legs and feet on Mondays and Fridays. They also found skin cancer on her ear lobes and she will be having that taken care of soon.

  • Gloria Waddle continues to be unwell and dealing with some health issues.

  • Wendy Essick is having some issues with Crohn's disease and not feeling well.

  • Virginia Sherman has been placed on a new medication.​​​​​​

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

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