Pray for health and healing over those who are sick. Invite God to be close to those who are suffering from COVID-19.
Pray for comfort for those who have lost loved ones and are grieving in this season. Ask the Lord to be present with those who are heartbroken.
Pray for people who are far from God to turn to Him in this season. Ask Him to reveal Himself as the source of Hope to those facing uncertainty and fear.
Pray for protection over those who are most vulnerable and susceptible to the virus—for the protection of those who are older and those with health conditions.
Pray for wisdom and insight for leaders in our community, our nation and the world as they make decisions and endeavor to contain the virus.
Pray for safety and perseverance for the many healthcare workers on the front lines as they selflessly care for others. Ask the Father to keep them and their families virus-free.
Pray for health and endurance for those in essential occupations who are reporting to work to ensure that shelves are stocked, food is delivered and that many other vital needs are met.
Pray for protection for those in our city who are hungry or experiencing homelessness. People without food or shelter face risks that increase their vulnerability to the virus. Call out to God on their behalf today.
For those of us who are not adversely impacted financially during this season, ask the Lord to give us a spirit of selfless generosity—that we would be open-handed as we give to the Lord in ways that lift up others in need.
Pray for those who are lonely, isolated, and anxious. Ask the Lord to be close in the midst of their struggles today, to help them see a glimpse of a better future in Him.
Pray for parents and kids. Give moms and dads insight and patience as many face new routines, looking to juggle jobs and educating children while schools are closed.
Ask God, in His compassion, to cut short the effects of this pandemic. We trust in Him as the source of life and healing. Call out to Him to do what only He can do and pour out His mercy on those who are suffering today.
Pray for peace and clear direction for college students. Much uncertainty lies ahead as they look toward online classes, graduation and potential unemployment.
Pray for those facing domestic violence and abuse. Ask the Lord to shelter and protect them as many are not able to leave their homes in these days of school and work closures.
Pray for Woodmen’s church leaders—Ask our Heavenly Father to grant them wisdom and understanding on how to serve and guide in ways that honor God and meet the needs of our congregation and our community.
Pray that as a church, God will show us new ways to love well in these uncharted times, and that we will follow Him faithfully in serving our neighbors, and community and in lighting the way toward hope for those around us.
Pray for those facing financial hardships due to the pandemic. For those who have been laid off and those whose businesses are closing, ask the Lord to grant supernatural provision and resilience, and to help them find hope in Him.
Pray for other nations facing challenges with the spread of the virus. Ask the Lord to rescue and heal in hotspots and in developing countries that lack sufficient medical resources.
For those who are less busy in this season, ask the Lord to grant wisdom and discipline in how we spend our time—that Woodmen folks would seize opportunities to become more like Christ, to draw closer to God and to our families.
Pray that the Holy Spirit would stir us to serve and that the people of Woodmen would follow His lead as we seek tangible ways to meet needs in the Pikes Peak region during this pandemic and beyond.