COVID-19: Prayers of the Church

**Check back to this page regularly to stay up to date on prayers and prayer requests from our Calvary church family and friends.**


Sofiya Inger; 2006

We do not make requests of you because we are righteous, but because of your great mercy. Daniel 9:18


Reopening Update: As businesses begin to reopen in Maryland and other states, Calvary’s leadership is following the news closely. Currently we DO NOT plan to have any public worship services until August 2nd. CLICK HERE to learn more.

PRAYERS FROM CALVARY MEMBERS AND FRIENDS DURING THE TIME OF COVID-19:

  • Helmer J. requests prayers for LeAnne who has been dealing with complications after a recent hip surgery. LeAnne is currently hospitalized. We pray for a quick resolution to these complications and that LeAnne may return home soon.
  • Vita request prayers for her family upon the passing of her cousin Egons. Vita also requests prayers for her mother and father as they are experiencing numerous health challenges.
  • Pastor Mike and Sandi request prayers for Sandi’s grandmother and grandmother who are both ailing and debilitated by health issues.
  • Sherrell G. requests prayers for her mom, and all of her family, as her mom’s health has been declining in recent weeks.
  • Joan C. requests prayers for family members working essential jobs that they would stay safe as they do their work.
  • Maggie A. requests prayers for her son, and all others who are dealing with heightened anxiety during this time of uncertainty.
  • Pastor Mike requests prayers for family members who are are healthcare professionals and at risk for being exposed to COVID-19; cousin, Robert and his girlfriend Chanel, and father, Randy, who all work in at risk hospital settings.
  • We give thanks and wait with joy along with those Calvary families who are expecting babies. Especially for health and well-being for mothers-to-be amid these uncertain times.

General Prayer Requests

  • For those who are ill at home suffering from COVID-19 symptoms, and for those who are hospitalized.
  • For the family and friends of those who had died from this illness.
  • For all the doctors, nurses, and healthcare professionals working to treat patients and who are themselves in harms way.
  • For first responders, food service providers, farmers, and all others who continue working to get essential items and food to households across our country.
  • For kids who experiencing loneliness and interrupted schedules during this time. Especially for those children who may not have access to technology to stay connected, and for those in difficult circumstances.
  • For our leaders making decisions to keep us safe and seeking the best ways to treat this illness, maintain economic stability, and meet various needs throughout our communities.
  • For those who have lost jobs or wages as a result of the economic uncertainty we now face.