St. James Prayer Fence

Talking to God is like talking to your best friend. It is a chance to be honest, cry, laugh, confess, seek, and just be listened to. Prayer is the foundation of who we are as followers of Jesus. It is the one thing we can all do no matter where we are, who we are, or what our situation involves.


We can use written prayers or ones we just say. God hears them all and allows our relationship to develop though them.


The following prayer requests have been placed on the St. James Prayer Fence.  Please hold these requests in prayer. It can truly make a difference.


Click here to read the article posted on The Batavian on May 17, 2020


  • Prayer Requests gathered on May 27, 2020

    Family health, 

    My father's health, 

    Freedom for everyone, 

    Keep my wife and kids healthy and safe, 

    For world sanity, 

    My daughter, granddaughter and the world, 

    Family, friends and a better year, 

    Kids, family, faith, forgiveness, health

    and myself, 

    For congress, 

    Watson, Plush, Alicia, family, 

    Faith, my sister and hope.

  • Prayer Requests Gathered on May 20, 2020

    Grocery workers, 

    The community, 

    Our country, 

    Cleaning staff, 

    Batavia teachers, 

    Everyone's immune system, 

    Nursing home residents,

    Kristin, Heather, Laura (nurses), 

    Jerry and Maureen, Terry,

    Carolyn B., Kathy B., Chris, Anne, Anita D, 

    family of Kara, Bette, Matt T, Greg, 

    my grandfather for peace and no more suffering.

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