Christ United Methodist Church
Open hearts, open minds, open doors
Our mission is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world
May we pray for you?
Our God of love, compassion, and mercy is always there waiting!


Have you ever reached a point in your struggle, that you feel alone, tired, or there is no one there to help?  Ever felt that a mistake you made could never be forgiven?  How about, the 'real' you is unaccepted or unwanted by your peers?

At Christ United Methodist Church, we believe in a God of love, compassion, and mercy.  A God that loves us for who we are - exactly as we are.  A God that understands how difficult it can be to choose the right path.

So, if you feel you've tried everything and yet there is still no hope in sight - let us pray for you.  There is no commitment on your part; totally anonymous - you don't even have to tell us your email address.  All we ask are two things: what is it you would like us to pray for and an open heart to receive God's blessing.

If you feel you'd like someone to talk to, please let us know the best way to contact you in your prayer request.  Should you choose, we'd also love to hear how the power of prayer has changed your life.  

When you look down and see only one set of footprints - that's when God was carrying you!

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Laurie wrote:
Tuesday, January 14, 2020, 02:12 PM
Prayers are requested for Dorothy Labato, who after a couple of falls, has been admitted to Coolie Dickinson Hospital. The prayer request comes in from her daughter Laurie, who also asks that we keep Dorothy’s husband Dominic and their entire family in prayer.
Carolyn wrote:
Tuesday, January 7, 2020, 01:00 PM
Please put my granddaughter, Crystal on your prayer list. My stepson, David called me a few minutes ago to let me know that the pancreatic cancer didn’t respond to chemo nor the surgery. She is at St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany. She has now between 2 days or 2 weeks left. I will be going out to see her unless I hear differently from David.
Please keep Nina (her spouse), David, Amy and Josh (sister and brother), Bev and Betty (other grandmothers) and all the family members in prayers.
Sherry wrote:
Friday, January 3, 2020, 02:24 PM
“…I am asking for prayers for our Great Granddaughter Charlie, she is 6 weeks old and is now in PICU at BMC with RSV, a virus that affects the respiratory system of infants. She has been moved into the unit this morning. Has been at BMC for several days. Her Moms Brandy and Sarah are doing everything they can. Please put this on our prayer chain…”.