There is a weekly prayer meeting on Tuesday's at 11AM.

Anyone who would like prayer or to spend time with others praying for our community and the world are welcome.


Pray Without Ceasing...

...for Janice Woodard who is dealing with health issues;

...for Karen Watson’s sister and brother-in-law who has been given temporary custody of their 10-week old granddaughter and one and a half year old grandson;

...for Dave and Dana Cozad in their transition to Blacksburg as Dave becomes BPC’s Interim pastor, starting April 8;

...for the Polikoff’s as Rich leaves for Utah to begin a new job with Heather and the girls following this summer;

...for Charles Goodsell and family following the passing of Liz;

...for the people of Malawi following heavy rainfall and flooding;

...for the people of New Zealand, particularly our Muslim friends;

...for Bill Henika as he awaits the results of some medical tests;

...for Lynn Lipsey as she recovers at home;

…for Ingrid Johnson, daughter of Judith and Roy Jones, who had surgery for breast cancer;

…for Lucy Schor and family as Lucy’s mother has passed away;

...for a friend of Melody Zobel’s, who is battling Parkinson’s and Lewy Body dementia and for another friend facing intense marital decisions;

...we give thanks for Melody Zobel’s sister who has completely recovered from a successful surgery;

...for John and Dani Trotti, Melody Zobel’s cousins, as they continue to grieve their mother’s passing.

...for Ranae Lahn who is dealing with difficult health issues;

...for Larry Wright, husband of Anne Wright and father of Marcia Wright and Allison Kruckow, who is in treatment for cancer;

...for BPC during this season of transition;

...for missionaries who serve God's people amid dangerous times;

Continue to be in prayer for Alfred Howery, Ann Saacke, Ted Ake, Marcia Cowley, Mark Rakes, David Doherty, Anne Grover, Joan Munford, Margaret Dawson, and Carolyn White.


A Prayer for Bangladesh (March 18, 2019)

God of grace and goodness, we thank you for Abdul Mojid, a Muslim contractor who recently oversaw the construction of a church for a new congregation, in the village of Polashi in rural northwestern Bangladesh.  The 21-foot-by-36-foot brick and cement structure with grilled windows, metal shutters and door, and a tin roof shaded by a palm tree will serve as the spiritual center for Polashi’s 109 church members.  Their contributions, along with support from the Church of Bangladesh and American Presbyterians, funded the work; and at the opening ceremony in a couple of weeks, representatives from sister congregations in the region will bring gifts to help with essentials such as candle holders and hymnals.  Thank you, O Lord, for Mr. Mojid’s friendly, sincere, and honest assistance in this community effort to lift up and nurture your church in Bangladesh.  We offer our prayer in the name of Christ, the Hope of the world.  Amen.

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Written by Drs. Leslie and Cynthia Morgan

Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

Mission Co-Workers in Bangladesh


If you would like to ask your BPC family to hold you in prayer, call the church office or send information to: sherry@blacksburgpres.org.