Have you seen the new chalkboard at Easter on the Hill?
You’ll find it in the gathering space, between the nursery and Fireside Room.
Pick up a piece of chalk and write a prayer intention. You can write a person’s first name, a symbol for your prayer, or a more general thing, such as “world peace.” There are questions appearing on the board, too–and you can write your response. Teens and children are encouraged to write their prayers, too!
This is just one of many ways to show our love for one another, as brothers and sisters in Christ.
Is any one among you suffering? Pray.
Is any one of you cheerful? Sing prayers of praise.
Is any one of you sick? Pray over the person.
In all things, pray for one another.
(adapted from James 5:13-16)