Congregational Care Report

Congregational Care Report

August 13, 2017

Affirmation of the week:  Recognizing change is the only vehicle for growth, we move boldly into the future, releasing all fear and doubt, trusting deeply in the perfection of our Source, God. 

 

We see Wholeness for Ron Jones as he underwent outpatient surgery on August 10. We know every cell and fiber of his being is indwelled by the Light and the Life that is God. 

 

We are grateful to the UCOP Prayer Chaplains who just completed  25 hours of training to deepen their consciousness and understanding of God and themselves in order to serve this community in an even deeper way.

 

We know Pam Saunders is recovering fully from surgery for Stage I breast cancer.  We see the Light and the Love that is God surrounding and indwelling her very being.  Wholeness is complete.

 

Cindy Spear is now in rehab at Advanced Health Care in room 128.  She’s in good spirits and getting even stronger every day.  We know her Wholeness and Perfection as an expression of God and we support her in Love.

 

We are delighted to report that despite the “summer slump” so often talked about in relation to attendance, there were 29 people at the Healing Service.  All there were touched deeply by the Spirit of Love that pervaded the evening.

 

Ferne Eisele is now residing at Silver Crest at the assisted living unit and has requested that we hold her in prayer as she works to regain her strength. We know that the Light and the Love of infinite wholeness indwell every cell and fiber of her being.

 

We continue to hold the Cabbage family in God’s loving light as Janeal Cabbage’s father, Elwin, has suffered a significant stroke in his home in Wichita.  He is now out of ICU.  We know all caregivers are divinely guided, that Elwin, his wife, Margaret, and all other family members are filled with Strength and Guiding Light as they move through this process of healing.

 

We know the perfect Wholeness of Judy Marler as she is receiving treatment for her recurrent breast cancer and had surgery 2 weeks ago.  The Light and Love of God indwell and surround every cell and fiber of her being and the Strength of the Christ empowers her as she moves through her therapy.

 

We see Marcia Sandels using her divine powers of Strength and Will as she continues to work on recovering from a stroke at Leisure Terrace, room 217.  She would love to have visitors.  We see each one of her caregivers divinely inspired and we know Marcia’s wholeness.

 

Larry Borgmeyer requests Peace and Healing for his brother, Jerry Borgmeyer, as he undergoes heart valve surgery at St. Luke’s Hospital.  We know all is in Divine Order as to timing and all his caregivers are open to Divine Guidance when his procedure occurs and he begins his healing process.

 

We hold Marlene Asbury in Love and Light as she continues her remarkable recovery.  Her knee has been repaired and she is now recuperating at Village Shalom and planning to be home in two weeks.  We celebrate her progress knowing that the Light and Life of the Christ indwell every cell and fiber of her being.

 

We are delighted to report that the Financial Peace University classes are being well attended and well received. Thank you to Deb Filby and her team of intrepid FPU leaders who have made this happen.

 

We celebrate  Judy Durrell’s son, Brian Durrell, in Love and Light as his surgery went well.  We see Brian healed, whole and recovering quickly as we know Divine Guidance throughout this process.

 

We celebrate Chef Gary and Debra Hild’s move to Port Charlotte, FL with mixed emotions.  We are so grateful for the wonderful contributions they have made to our church.  They will be missed.  We see only Divine Order and Ease as they make their move to a warmer climate and new adventures in life.

 

We hold each congregant and every visitor who comes through the doors of our ministry in Love and Light as we see the wholeness of each, and behold the Christ as everyone.   We are Peace, and we call it forth in all situations around the globe.

To share information appropriate for the Congregational Care report please contact Rev. Keri at kking@ucop.org.  Know that we must have direct permission of those involved to share third party items.

 

 

To share information appropriate for the Congregational Care report please contact Rev. Keri at kking@ucop.org.  Know that we must have direct permission of those involved to share third party items.