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Prayer Group Leader

Mary Kincaid is the current Prayer Group Leader.

Name: Mary Kincaid
Job: Prayer Group Leader
Email:makincaid@stlukeorthodox.com

We are taught to pray for one another, to pray unceasingly. That sounds easy enough. But not until I became part of the prayer group, did I realize how little I prayed outside of church. We at St. Luke’s are starting our ninth year praying together. I am thankful for these years, because it has helped me in my own prayer life to become more disciplined and to always remember, there is no one who can’t benefit from prayer.

Job Description

Responsible for organizing a Prayer Ministry that includes seeking volunteers, receiving prayer requests, relaying prayer requests to those in the Prayer Ministry, provides names for Sunday Liturgy and weekday prayers. Keeps a written record of prayers that have been answered. Will send out cards to those who are being prayed for if requested. Submits a monthly report to the leader.

Prayer Ministry Annual Report, January 2016
Prayer Ministry Annual Report, January 2015
Prayer Ministry Annual Report, January 2014
Prayer Ministry Annual Report, January 2013
Prayer Ministry Annual Report, January 2012
Prayer Ministry Annual Report, January 2011
Prayer Ministry Annual Report, January 2010
Prayer Ministry Annual Report, January 2009
Prayer Ministry Annual Report, January 2008
Prayer Ministry Annual Report, January 2007
Prayer Ministry Annual Report, January 2006
Prayer Ministry Annual Report, January 2005
Prayer Ministry Annual Report, January 2004