Prayer Lists

Prayer Lists

Calvary's Prayer List is published weekly in the Sunday Bulletin and monthly in the Chronicle. Portions of the list also are read aloud during the Prayers of the People in worship services at Calvary. In addition, Calvary's chapter of the Daughters of the King pray daily for all those on Calvary's prayer list.

To place a friend, family member or yourself on our prayer list, contact any of the clergy or Ebet Peeples, 525-6602, ext. 138.

Names appear on the list for four weeks and may be extended on request.


Calvary's Prayer List

Kinzie Bird
Vinks Blocker
Chris Boyd
Eddie Jean Buckner
Kathy Caltagirone
Jan Carithers
Lynn Carson
Joe Clark
Georganna Cox

Michael Cromer
Ann Denton
Angel Doyle
Proby Dulaney
Kaylee Erwin
David Felder
Laura Garretson
Lydia Gibson
Elle Gieselmann
Perry Gooch
Sharon Hicks
Maddy Hield
Kathy Hunt
Frank Jones
Ava Kyles
Chris Lamb
Rick Law
Ava Lawrence
Ira Lichterman
Lisa Lichterman


Harriett McGeorge
Margo McIlroy
Frank McLallen
Eric Milner
Tem Mitchell
Ellen Moore
Sissy Nickles
Diane Outland
Taylor Pertzborn
Michael Provow
Cash Shields
Wally & Beecher Smith
Margaret Sprenger
Lucille & Bill Teague
Hal Vandiver
Rebecca Villanueva
Joshua Wallace
Camille Wharey
Stuart Wilkie
Dick Willingham
Barbara Wilson
Don Young

Saints Departed

Dr. Charles Steven Arendall
Jessica Bowman, aunt of Joanne Watkins
Stephen Dillon, uncle of Robyn Banks
Susan Grissom, friend of Jill & Fred Piper
The Rev. Margaret "Peggy" Brown Gunness, former vicar of Calvary Church
J. Kimbrough Johnson, friend of Nancy & Al Harvey
Dorothy Snowden "Happy" Jones
The Rev. Linda Loyd, friend of Ruthie & Paul McLainEmma McCray, longtime Waffle Shop worker
Richard G. McLaughlin, uncle of Elizabeth Gassler
Emma McRay, longtime Waffle Shop worker
Jeffrey R. Sherman, friend of Bill Kolb
Richard Spence, cousin of Raymond Spence & Elizabeth Madden
Scott Stormo, cousin of Paul McLain
Ed Wilson, father of Joe Wilson

In addition to the Calvary Prayer List, we maintain several other lists specific to certain milestones in the lives of our members.

Calvary Cycle of Prayer

Each week a list of ten names of individuals and families appears in the Chronicle and Sunday bulletin under the heading “Calvary Cycle of Prayer.” The Calvary Cycle of Prayer allows the church to lift up and celebrate unique lives and ministries as part of this parish family. The Cycle continues throughout the year and, at some point, every one’s name appears. When that happens, hundreds of people, some the closest of friends, some yet to meet, will be thanking God for those on the Calvary Cycle of Prayer list.


Great Expectations

When a child is born or adopted in our parish, it is cause for celebration for all of us. We encourage parents-to-be to let us know about the upcoming birth or adoption of a child. The parents’ names are added to our Great Expectations list and are prayed for during our services. Contact Ebet Peeples.


New Life

When there has been a birth in your family, regardless of whether the parents are members of this parish, we encourage you to let us know. We would like to celebrate this new life with you by lifting the child up in prayer during our services. Contact Ebet Peeples to add a name to this list.

Saints Departed

When a member of your family or a friend dies, regardless of whether they were a member of this parish, we encourage you to let us know. We would like to grieve with you by lifting them up in prayer during our services. Contact Ebet Peeples  to add a name to this list.


Those Preparing for Marriage

We recognize that a marriage is one of the most important times in the lives of our parishioners. Immediately following their wedding, we add the couple to our prayer list and pray for them during our services.