Prayer Candles

We are a synod who prays together. We invite you to light a candle with your prayer request by filling out the form on the right. Your prayer will remain lit unless you contact Cathy Deitrich at cdeitrich@lss-elca.org and request otherwise.

Candle for

Bishop Jim Dunlop

God's support and direction for Bishop Dunlop as he serves in new ways in leading the Lutheran Church in this place and time.  

Joan and Bob Walton

Candle for

Synod Staff

Steelton, PA

Lord, we pray for the synod staff as they deal with the vacancy in the bishop's office. We pray for peace, patience, and comfort during this time of upheaval. And we pray that the God of order would indeed bring order out of the chaos, and bring forth a new creation.

Pr. Tonya Eza

Candle for

Bishop James Dunlop

For strength, guidance, patience and peace in this time of transition.

Pr. Tricia McMackin

Candle for

Denny at Lancaster RMO

CAT Scan and MRI Friday morning. Concerned.

Michael in Lititz

Candle for

R3 congregations

Lord, open eyes, ears and hearts of the R3 teams and their congregations as they go out interviewing people in their communities. May they discover strengths, needs, and new friendships in order to discern how you are specifically calling them to love their neighbors.

Pr. Elaine Dent

Candle for

United Lutheran Seminary and LSS

Lititz

Praying that good things may result from this time of change for United Lutheran Seminary and Lower Susquehanna Synod.

Irma Kelly

Candle for

Our seminary and our synod

Gracious and Loving God, we pray for your Spirit to move among these vital institutions of our life together at your people! "Grant us wisdom, grant us courage for the facing of this hour." May your grace, mercy and unconditional love enfold all of us.

Amen!

Pastor Kevin T. Shively

Candle for

Prayers for Bishop Dunlop and our S

Guidance, for the Bishop, grace and blessings for our synod.

Joyce Ray

Candle for

Jeff

New Kingstown, PA

Lord, we pray for Jeff, who is seeking regular housing and employment.

Pr. Matthew Best

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