Let us pray for your pet

We will recognize the feast of St. Francis on Sunday October 2, 2022. We will offer pet blessings after the Sunday service at Noon. Rain or shine, meet us at the red doors. All pets and creatures are welcome!

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Rooted in Scripture & Steeped in Anglican Tradition. A church that worships from the King James Version of the Bible and the 1928 American Book of Common Prayer. A diverse congregation committed to Jesus Christ.
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6 Responses to Let us pray for your pet

  1. danalouthompson says:

    Dear St. Barnabas Anglican Church,
    I am unable to bring my black cat, Licorice, on October 2 for a blessing, but I do
    hope you can mention him at least. He is about 9 years old, and is an “indoor/outdoor” cat. He is on his own outside a lot, and pray for his safety. So far he has returned to his garage cat bed every morning OK.
    (from Dana Lou Thompson–a friend of the parish)

    • Dear Dana Lou,

      I pray blessings for Licorice. May he be kept safe in all his travels and wanderings. I prohibit any mischief or danger to Licorice and that he be kept safely in God’s care. Blessings for health and strength. I am grateful that you are able to care for and watch over Licorice. May your stewardship of Licorice, a member of God’s good creation be rewarded and blessed! Yours in the Lord, Fr. Harley+

      • danalouthompson says:

        Thank you. I was glad you included Licorice. On another note, I finished a book by Eric Metaxes just published entitled, A Letter to the American Church. He compares what’s going on in America to what went on in Germany in the 30’s. It’s about Bonhoffer who lamented over the silent churches and did not challenge the evil that Hitler was doing. It is a very challenging book and I wish every pastor/priest would read it.

      • Dear Dan Lou,

        Thank you for the recommendation, listening to the audio book now. As a way of encouragement, I would offer that the persecuted church is always at her strongest. There does seem to be a powerful move among the churches and with individual believers. Blessings in keeping the faith, Fr. Harley+

      • danalouthompson says:

        Thank you for your answer to my response. Yes, we are keeping the faith. May God
        cleanse and bring His Church into the role He wants them to play in the days where we are living. He is able.

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