Regional Joys and Concerns

4/30/2020

Please Join Us In Celebrating Joys In The Life Of Our Regional Family:

All of our High School, College and University Graduates! We are proud of you!

(Please share with the Region the names of your graduates.)

Pastor Shelly Garrison, CRMR Associate Regional Minister and Pastor of Village CC (Colorado Springs, CO) was tested for Covid-19 after being exposed to members with the virus. Her results came back negative! Thanks be to God!

Congratulations to First Christian Church (Colorado Springs, CO) and Central Christian Church (Denver, CO) on receiving Payroll Protection Plan (PPP) Loans from our Federal Government! That makes 3 congregations in our Region to receive the loan.

(Please let the Region know if you have received Covid-19 grants/loans.)

We Invite The Gift Of Your Prayers For:

CRMR Moderator, Rev. Vinnetta Golphin-Wilkerson, Granger Community Christian Church (West Valley, UT), on the death of her sister-in-law Eunice Wilkerson this past Saturday.

Pastor Dawn Marie Turner of First Christian Church (Idaho Falls, ID), will have a heart catherization on May 6th in preparation for ascending aortic aneurysm surgery.

Rev. Darryl Searuggs’, member of Lakewood Christian Church (Lakewood, CO), chair of CRMR Reconciliation Ministry, nephew Donovan Richard hospitalized in TX.

Rev. CD Haun, retired (Monument, CO); his son, Kenneth and daughter May as they face challenges.

Rev. Joan’s sister Yvette Bell Moore, an administrator for a health clinic in Middle Georgia. She was admitted to the hospital with a fever of 103, diagnosed with pneumonia and tested for Covid-19 over the weekend. Covid-19 test is negative. Thanks be to God! However, she is still very ill.

Continued prayers for Rev. Janet Barriger, member of Cairn Christian Church (Lafayette, CO), “As a Chaplain at St. Anthony North Health Campus in Westminster, I am reaching out today to various churches and congregations in the community to request prayers for our hospital at shift change, at 7 a.m. and again at 7 p.m. each day. Please pray for our patients, their families and caregivers, and support staff.  It brings great comfort to our hospital to know that others in our community are praying for us here at St. Anthony north in Westminster during this covid-19 pandemic.”

Prayers of healing: for all with Coronavirus/Covid-19 and other illnesses, their families, medical staff, and other related services in our hospitals and care facilities, sanitation workers,  restaurant staff, public safety personnel, delivery, postal, transportation employees, residents and staff in care facilities; those in prison and those who staff them, and all of our local, state and national leadership and faith leaders as we seek to take care of each other until Covid-19 is no longer a threat to our country. Thank you for the gift of your prayers.

Joan, Shelly and Jennifer

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