We often consider prayer as a way to communicate our needs to God. As Jesus taught his disciples to pray, so too are we to make prayer a part of our relationship with God. If you have a prayer request, please submit that below. We have a parish prayer list so that others will be praying for you or your loved one. We have a chapter of the Daughters of the King who keep a confidential prayer list if you prefer not to have your name or the name of a loved one on the printed prayer list. Please designate what prayer list you would like to be on.
Add your prayer request to our intercessory prayer list. Please indicate if your request should be a part of our Parish Prayer List or the confidential Daughters of The King Prayer List.
Good Samaritan has a labyrinth at the back of the property. Individual parishioners and visitors from the community are a common sight as they walk prayerfully and thoughtfully around the labyrinth at all times of day. The act of prayerfully moving along the winding path to the center and then out again can help add new focus and depth to one’s spiritual discipline. We invite you to join those who have discovered how this ancient method of movement prayer can deepen and illuminate one’s prayer life.