Prayer List

Many people inform Hope Church of prayer requests
and we attempt to accommodate all those requests.
We rely on the people who have made prayer
requests to keep us informed to update those
Those In Need Of Prayer
Meta Hull, the mother of Mary Beth Thomas, who
is going through a rough patch.
Janis Curran, a good friend of many in our Hope
Church family, who is in the midst of a long
process to deal with a tumor in her jaw.
Isaac Unruh, friend of David Fankhauser who,
years ago, dove into water and became
paralyzed and continues to seek treatments to
improve his quality of life.
J. C. Dollar, who is dealing with several serious
health issues.
Carol Dollar, who continues to deal with heart and
kidney stones issues.
Leo Tinder, Shelby Tinder’s young son, who has
Krabbe disease.
Mary Gnuschke, who is recovering from three
Tammy Barrett, friend of Wendy Hickman, who
lost the use of her legs in a serious ATV
Jessica Heinz, Leslie Thompson’s niece.
Apollo Maliq Dolor, newborn son of a friend of
Wendy Hickman, who is dealing with issues
resulting from being born prematurely.
Vicki Schneider who is dealing with an allergic
reaction following knee replacement surgery.
Emmett Bryson, nephew of Bev and Lon Farrow,
who is dealing with intestinal issues.
Noma Jean Meers is having some heart issues;
she is undergoing testing to determine her
treatment options.

Those Living With Cancer
Ed High, beloved of our community.
Andrew Stocker, the late Don Hegeman’s
grand-nephew (Don’s sister Violet Dickson’s
Charles Estep, Phyllis and Bill Carpenter’s
Donnie Miller, father of Mark Miller.
Linda Hurst, a friend of Anita Yost.
Marge Nolte, Mary Beth Thomas’s aunt.
Sandra Ellsworth, daughter of the late Charlene
Caleb Colflesh nephew to Mary Beth and David
Thomas, who has been diagnosed with stage
4a melanoma.
Felicia Parker, a staff person at Bourbon Street
Restaurant with whom Anita Yost has become
Dick Jordan, a friend of many in our congregation.
Marilyn Grider, a friend of many in our Hope
Church family.
Brenda Blackwell, a friend of Lori Schneider.
Galen Hessemeyer, a friend of Chris Carpenter.
Tom Thornton, a Helena neighbor and good friend
of Dallas Tritten.
David Arn, who, along with his wife, Kathy Arn, the
co-proprietors of the Avenue City Store.
Mary Rinne, Sue Rinne’s sister.
Sean Aebersold, son of Bonnie Aebersold.
Charlie Glasco, father of Rita and Steve Whipple’s
daughter-in-law Charlette Whipple.
Will Walker, a Savannah Middle School youth.
Susan Briner, friend of Terry Boyer.
Claude Hutchison, step-father to Christy Rhodes.
Carol Riddiough, Matt and Nick Bauer’s
grandmother in Wisconsin.
Stephanie Veale, friend of Mary Beth Thomas,
Anita Yost and others in our faith family.
Pat McMurray, a friend of Rick and Theresa
Whitney Wells, young friend of many in the Hope
Church family.
Tony Haley, brother of Dawn Hirter.
Donnie Philllipi, our Cosby neighbor.
Diane Murphy, mother of Matt and Nick Bauer.

Those Residing in a Long Term Care Facility
Gracie Abersold, Riverside Place.
Virginia Walker, Vicki Schneider’s mother, Abbey
Thanksgiving For The Saints
Donna Shuman, our Cosby neighbor and friend to
many in our congregation.
Ron Young, a friend of Kari Maag and Marla Jean
Rick Bauer, brother of Jim Bauer.
Kathy Bauer, sister of Jim Bauer.
Thanksgiving for Healing
Jeramiah Gilbert, brother of Jeannie Snapp’s
daughter-in-law, Melissa Snapp, whose cancer
is in remission.
Vicki Schneider, who is recovering well from knee
replacement surgery.
Noma Jean Meers, who is recovering well from
her second cataract surgery.
Jim Bauer, who is recovering well following leg
surgery to improve his circulation.
Derek Holt, who is a friend to many in our
congregation, was able to come home from the
physical rehabilitation facility.
Bob Cornelius, a relation to some and a friend to
many in our congregation, is recovering from
knee replacement surgery on November 26
Melva Clibon, who is recovering well following a
hospitalization for the treatment of a variety
of ailments.
Reid Courtney, who is recovering well from an
injury to his wrist/arm.
Ruby Kizer, who is recovering well following
receiving two more stents in her arteries.
Young Malia Schneider, daughter of Eric and
Kindsey Schneider, and granddaughter of
Duane and Lori Schneider, is recovering well
after having issues with her blood platelets.

Those Awaiting Surgery
Toddler Rhett Raines is going to have his tonsils
Special Concerns and Thanksgivings
Concern for those going through family turmoil.
Concern for those in prison.
Concern for people struggling to find meaning in their
lives and their loved ones who struggle along with
Concern for those suffering chronic pain.
Concern for those going through tough times.
Concern for the people all over the globe where
violence and strife are a way of life.
Concern for missionaries serving around the world.
Concern for the families of missionaries.
Concern for all the members of the United States
military, including Tyler Sigrist who serves with the
MO Air National Guard at Rosecrans Memorial
Airport; Brett Medsker; Joshua Veraguth, Troy Shipley
who is serving with the Army National Guard; Kiley
Hickok, granddaughter of Donna Hickok, who serves
with the MO Air National Guard at Rosecrans
Memorial Airport; Jordyn and Frank Spence, (Jordyn
is the granddaughter of Donna Hickok), who serve in
the Air Force stationed at Ft. Bliss, El Paso, TX,,
David Hickok, son of Donna Hickok, who serves with
the MO Air National Guard at Rosecrans Memorial
Airport; Erin Hickok, daughter-in-law of Donna Hickok,
who serves with the MO Air National Guard at
Rosecrans Memorial Airport; Adam Herring, grandson
of Joe Ann Brott, who serves with the MO Air National
Guard at Rosecrans Memorial Airport, Colin Clibon,

Special Concerns and Thanksgivings (contd)
Melva Clibon’s grandson, who serves in the Army
Reserves in Washington, D.C.; Jenzen Kizer,
grandson of Harlan and Ruby Kizer serving with
the Army’s 149th Heavy Assault Company, Lance
Whipple who is serving with MO Army National
Guard and Zack Whipple who is serving with MO
Army National Guard.
Concern for the families of those serving in the
United States military.
Thanksgiving for Caleb Snapp’s completion of
nearly nineteen years of service in the United
States Air Force.
Thanksgiving for missionaries Cole, Sarah and
Patrick McCauley serving in Guatemala.
Thanksgiving for the November 3rd baptism of
Alexander James Wagers
Thanksgiving for the November 10th baptisms of
Colten Richard Catterton and his son Brock
Daniel Catterton.
Thanksgiving for the November 11th birth of Olivia
Anne Yost. Olivia is the daughter of Kelly and
Derek Yost. At birth Olivia weighed 5 pounds 13
ounces and stretched 18.5 inches in length.
Thanksgiving for the November 25th birth of
Kynlee Delaney Myers. Kynlee is the daughter of
Mary Gnuschke and Chris Myers. At birth Kynlee
weighed 7 pounds 2 ounces and stretched 20 and
a half inches in length.

Thanks To:
All those who cleaned the kitchen and fellowship
hall in preparation for Noodle Day on November 9
and in preparation for the Bazaar on November
Shirley Ford, who supervised the pre-Noodle Day
and pre-Bazaar cleaning activities
The many, many hands who helped make the
oodles of noodles on Noodle Day November 9.
All those who came to church early on November
10 to bag the dried noodles.
Jean Schneider, our Chief Noodle, who once
again supervised the noodle making project using
152 dozen eggs and 270 lbs. of flour.
All those who, after worship on Sunday November
10 helped set up the Bazaar craft and bakery
tables in the East Room.
All those who baked delicious cookies and treats
and assembled them into cookie and treat plates
in preparation for sale at the Bazaar.
All those who made donations and cooked before,
worked hard during, came out to support and
cleaned up after our 39th Annual Bazaar on
November 16th. It was another wonderful day of
fun and fellowship!
The talented people who decorated the
Fellowship Hall tables for the Bazaar.
Bazaar Co-Chairs Theresa and Rick McKnight !
GREAT job you two!

Thanks To: (contd.)
Mary Beth Thomas for taking leftover Bazaar food
to the St. Joseph Haven for some of our
neighbors in need to enjoy.
All those who brought non-perishable food items
to share with our neighbors in need for our annual
Thanksgiving Food Drive on November 24.
All those who donated to our annual Family Thank
Offering on November 24 that was distributed to
various service ministries.
All those who worked on the final cleanup
following the Bazaar.
Those who moved the pews back into the East
Room and moved the coat racks back to the east
hallway and south west entrance.
The Confirmation Class of Alex Wager, Kathryn
Yingling and Reid Courtney for sharing about
things for which they are thankful at the November
24th worship service.
All those who contributed plastic sacks for
InterServ to use to carry food items as part of the
“Meals on Wheel” food distribution program.
All those who decorated the church for the
Christmas season on November 24th.