Prayer is an important part of our lives
Do you need someone to pray for you? Please let us know at the church office, and we will send your prayer request on to our members who have promised to pray for others.
Are you called to pray for others? One of the most important ministries in any church community is intercessory prayer for others. If you feel called to this ministry, please contact one of the priests.
Public prayer lists at Nativity - we have three "public prayer lists", one for those who have died, one for the sick and suffering, and one for those in military service. These lists are printed in the bulletin each week. If you would like to add someone's name to one of these lists, please contact Gloria Whatley at the church office. Please remember to pray for the people on our lists!
Daily prayer request via @NativityDarien - each morning, our Twitter feed @nativitydarien sends out a daily prayer request with the hashtag #NativityAtPrayer (formerly #prayforoursick). Ask one of the priests if you would like help signing up for the daily prayer requests.
A Letter from the Discalced Carmelite Nuns of Savannah, Georgia
June 24, 2013
Dear members of Nativity of Our Lady Church,
May the peace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you!
As contemplative Discalced Carmelite Nuns dedicated totally to a life of prayer, we have been praying in particular for priests each day and in a special way for all of the needs of the diocese since we arrived here in June of 1958.
In our life of prayer, we would welcome petitions for special needs and intentions that you may have, and from all members of Nativity of Our Lady Church.
Simply write to us! Petitions may be sent to the address below and they will be earnestly remembered in our prayer each day.
Your devoted Carmelite Nuns,
Sister Mary Elizabeth, OCD
You can send prayer requests directly to us at:
Our Lady of Confidence Monastery
11 West Back St.
Savannah, GA 31419
Or you can write to us using our website's PRAYER REQUESTS page:
"With zeal have I been zealous for the Lord of Hosts"