list of psalmsWe offer our prayers for: Audrey Abrons, Shirley & Lasontha Alamby, Marcella Babb, Jacob Blake and Family, Deborah Broome, Gregory Brown, Roger Browne, Frank & Jane Cangemi, Marcia Clendenen, Sandra Cocks, Iris Colbourne, Clarence N. Coleridge, Laura & Mark Craig, Mike Daversa, Marlene & Paul Elia, Anthony Fulton, Sr., Garfield Evans, Sheila Ferguson, Jan, Mark, Tom & Joy, Dagnall Free, Marian Grace & Family, Tamiko Harris, Bishop Jonathan B. Hart, Ann Heather, Anne Rick Jones, Michelle Lane, Sallie Beth Long, Willie Marcus, Quinzel Mayers, The McIntosh Family, Kevin Meighan, Dudley Menzies, Obinna O’Connell, Debbie-Ann Paige, Martha Patel, Dianne, Kathy, & Susan Peterson, Cherise Richards, Devin Roberson, Joyce Rowan, Huguette Sauer, Julia, Nancy & T. Siafa Sherman, Larry Sears, Vannie Stewart, Christopher Still, Brooke Sweeney, The Trapp Family, Tonisia Williams-Sealy, Arlin Wynn, Richard Zayzay, and the people of St. Vincent's Girls' Home.

We lift up in thanksgiving Oneka Johns, Elizabeth Gattullo, Trent Babb, Matthew Mazziotti, and Joyce Rowan who are celebrating their birthdays this week.

We pray for Kirstin Swanson-Basso in her journey towards ordination.

We thank you for our own continued good health and prosperity and we pray for the repose of the souls of Valerie Quinlan, Stephen Cooney, William Randolph, and all the faithful departed.











A father is the one friend upon whom we can always rely. In the hour of need, when all else fails, we remember him upon whose knees we sat when children, and who soothed our sorrows; and even though he may be unable to assist us, his mere presence serves to comfort and strengthen us.


Émile Gaboriau

What I love about #Juneteenth is that even in that extended wait, we still find something to celebrate. Even though the story has never been tidy, and Black folks have had to march and fight for every inch of our freedom, our story is nonetheless one of progress.


Michelle Obama