National Day of Prayer Resources - May 4, 2023
This year we're offering 2 different ways to participate fully in the National Day of Prayer!
You'll find a self-guided MP3 audio file HERE and a PDF guide HERE. Use these as you walk your neighborhood, community, downtown Fredericksburg, or anywhere that you feel more fully needs the power of YOUR prayers! Let the Spirit guide you!
Also on Thursday, May 4th at 9:30 AM, we will meet at the Charlotte St. circle entrance to do a prayer walk through downtown Fredericksburg, passing by some local landmarks, municipal buildings, social services like Micah, and more.
Join friends and make new ones, as we pray for the world together!
Questions about the walk or concerns? Email Pastor Chelsea!
Fredericksburg UMC knows the power of prayer and prays for those in need both individually and in groups. Each week, some in our congregation and community make their prayer needs known and request we pray with and for them.
Pastoral Care is another way we care for each other. We have a Care Line available 24/7, that you can call and leave a message if you prefer to reach out in that manner. The number is (540) 388-0012.
Do you need Prayer?
Fredericksburg UMC is a caring community of people who love God and all those made in God’s image. We seek to share the love of Jesus Christ through spiritual, emotional, and physical support.
Fill out the confidential form if you would like to send a prayer request or private message online and click “send”. It will be received by a member of the pastoral staff and you will receive a response if you request it.
Who could benefit from pastoral care?
- The one wrestling with an overburdened under-balanced life load
- The one in pain – physical, spiritual, or emotional
- The one who is lonely and without a support network
- The grieving
- The confused
- The forgotten
- The one whose family has fallen apart
- The exploited and abused
- The one who is lost
He comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort others. When they are troubled, we will be able to give them the same comfort God has given us. – 2 Cor. 1:4