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Diocesan Cycle of Prayer

Friday, November 27 2015
  • Diocesan Cycle of Prayer
    Today we pray for Katharine, our Presiding Bishop; Michael, our Presiding Bishop-elect; and Larry, our diocesan bishop. We also pray for St. Francis House and its ministries, and Camp Mitchell; and for Trinity, Van Buren; Holy Cross, West Memphis; and the Keller Fund for Ministry board.

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