Prayer List & Ministries


Mount Albert United Church


Prayer List


If you have any names you would like to include on this list, please contact us or the office.




Please remember in your prayers:


All Canadians serving our country at home and abroad


Grannies in Africa

Linda Bonner

Bob and John Reynolds and families

Lorna Coates

Dan Landers (Al & Cathy McNaught's nephew).



All of our friends in time of need.







Pastoral Care

If you know of anyone who would appreciate a visit , or if you are aware of any illness, bereavement, hospitalization,etc. among the people of our church community, please let Joyce Brown know as soon as possible.








Prayer Shawl Ministry

Prayer Shawl Ministry started in US in 1998.  The following is a quote from Lion Brand Yarn which supplies free patterns for these shawls on their website.

"What is a prayer shawl? Throughout the ages, shawls have come to symbolize shelter, peace and spiritual sustenance.  Since the inception of the Prayer Shawl Ministry in 1998, the members of this ecumenical organization have lovingly donated their time and talents by creating hand-knitted and crocheted shawls for those in need.  What started as a grass-roots movement has quickly grown into an international cause, with countless numbers of shawls being given to grateful recipients around the globe.  The Ministry's message of caring is simple, universal and enduring.  And we have seen time and time again that the creation and presentation of a prayer shawl, like all acts of generosity, enriches the giver as well as the recipient."

Aurora United Church was the inspiration for the start of this important ministry here at Mount Albert United Church.

If you would like to get involved in the making of these shawls, please contact Joyce Brown.

If you know of anyone in need of a prayer shawl, please contact Joyce Brown.





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