Prayer is one of the most effective and powerful tools we have at our disposal. And it's also one of the easiest ways to minister to others. Scroll down to learn more about our opportunities to pray in groups as ministries.
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Are you looking for a way to pray more for others and their intentions? Join our Prayer Chain Ministry. Intercessory prayers are described in Scripture as building bridges between God and those we are praying for. As Catholics, we often pray to the saints to pray on our behalf, too. People often request prayers for family members and friends in need of comfort and healing. Often, requests are prayers of thanksgiving. Through our prayer ministry, you can offer your personal prayers and good works for these special intentions. If you believe in the power of prayer and would like to help others, contact Lana Leyba at 303-794-7797.
This ministry brings hope, comfort and solace to a needy recipient in the form of a tangible prayer – a handmade shawl. Each Tuesday afternoon, crafters knit/crochet shawls, devote a prayer to the future recipient and enjoy each other’s company. The blessed prayer shawl will physically wrap a recipient, reminding him/her of God’s loving and healing embrace. Yarn, patterns and tools are provided or bring your own. Come as often as you want; you are most welcome! For more information, to join the group, or to find out how to receive a prayer shawl, contact Sue Giudici at 303-791-6864 or Mary Liz Knoblauch at 720-379-7405.
The Living Rosary is a continuous rosary that invites volunteers to daily pray one decade of the rosary at your convenience. You will be assigned a specific mystery and intention for each month. St. Pope John Paul II said, “The Rosary is a prayer both so humble and simple and theologically rich in Biblical content. I beg you to pray it." For more information, contact Debbie Maynard at 303-888-8617.