Prayer for the Day

Prayer for Wednesday,
October 28, 2020

Sweet Lord,
save us.
Heal all that is broken
in our lives,
in our streets,
and in our world.

Prayer: Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals, Zondervan, 2010, p. 420.
Photo: View of the campground from the end of Flamingo Row, October 27, 2010.

Prayer for Tuesday,
October 27, 2020

Ever-living God,
author of creation,
we give you thanks
for your gift of water
that brings life
and refreshes the earth.
Send your Holy Spirit today,
that we may be renewed
by your loving promise to us,
to those who are near and far,
and to all creation. Amen.

Prayer: From "Rejoice Now All the Earth" liturgy,
Photo: Ossipee Lake view from the boathouse, October 26, 2020.

Blessing for Monday,
October 26, 2020

God be your comfort,
your strength;
God be your hope
and support;
God be your light
and your way;
and the blessing of God,
Creator, Redeemer
and Giver of life,
remain with you now
and forever.

Prayer: A New Zealand Prayer Book, Harper Collins, 1989, p. 745.
Photo: Boathouse, October 25, 2020.

Prayer for Sunday,
October 25, 2020

O God of justice and love,
draw us ever closer
into your community
that we may love one another
and work with one another
in ways that mirror your care
and unending love.

For more worship tools including confession/forgiveness, prayers, scripture readings, a thought for the day, a traditional camp song from our sister camp, Cross Roads in NJ, a contemporary camp song we learned the summer of 2008 called Love the Lord by Lincoln Brewster, and a cool virtual choir version of A Mighty Fortress...please go to Sunday Moments at

Prayer: Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals, p. 499.
Photo: Girls' Junior End cabins, October 19, 2020.

Prayer for Saturday,
October 24, 2020

O Holy One of wisdom,
throughout human history
you call us to walk the paths
of justice and peace.
We praise you, O God of truth,
for your precious words.
Grant that sheltered
under their richness
as under the tree of life,
we live in gratitude and faithfulness,
through Jesus Christ,
your Word and our Wisdom,
now and forever.

Prayer: Based on Prov. 3:13-18; 8:1-21,
Supplemental Materials for Service of the Word,
Photo: Autumn tree in field in front of the Conference Center, October 2020.

Prayer for Friday,
October 23, 2020

O God, our refuge and strength,
we continue to pray
for those places, people, and animals
affected by wildfires in the western states.
We are mindful of those
in the wake of raging wildfires
especially our sister camp,
Sky Ranch Lutheran Camp in northern Colorado.
Grant safety
in the midst of chaos and fear;
grant strength
to those affected as they recover and rebuild;
grant courage and hope
to face the future;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Prayer: Adapted from Northwest Washington Synod website.
Photo: Calumet waterfront in the fall season, October 21, 2020, courtesy of Jim Steyer.

Prayer for Thursday,
October 22, 2020

our peace and our strength,
we pray for our nation and the world
as we continue to face the coronavirus.
Protect the most vulnerable among us,
especially all who are currently sick or in isolation.
Grant wisdom, patience,
and clarity to health care workers,
especially as their work caring for others
puts them at great risk.
Give us courage to face these days
not with fear but with compassion,
concern, and acts of service,
trusting that you abide with us always;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Prayer: Adapted from Prayers for Times of Public Health Concern: COVID-19/Coronavirus,
Photo: View of campground autumn colored trees from the road between the athletic fields, Sunday, October 18, 2020.

Prayer for Wednesday,
October 21, 2020

Sovereign God,
your Son Jesus lived
within the structures of society
even as he spoke truth to those in power
and challenged systems of oppression.

Empower us
to be courageous disciples
and responsible citizens.
Grant that our life in the public realm
be grounded in love for our neighbors,
care for the most vulnerable in our midst,
and respect for the common life we share,
following the example of Jesus Christ,
our Savior and Lord.

Prayer: From forthcoming worship book "All Creation Sings" Augsburg Fortress, 2020.
Photo: Tent platforms in Girls' Yellows, August 18, 2020.

Prayer for Tuesday,
October 20, 2020

We give you thanks, O God,
that through water and the Holy Spirit
you give us new birth,
cleanse us from sin,
and raise us to eternal life.
Stir up in your people
the gift of your Holy Spirit:
the spirit of wisdom
and understanding,
the spirit of counsel and might,
the spirit of knowledge
and the fear of the Lord,
the spirit of joy in your presence
both now and forever.

Prayer: From Affirmation of Baptism, Evangelical Lutheran Worship, page 237.
Photos: View of Mount Chocorua from Ossipee Lake on the pontoon boat returning to its winter home, by Jack Ogren, October 17, 2020.

Prayer for Monday,
October 19, 2020

Gracious God,
We pray for all ministries of healing:
that hospitals and clinics
receive adequate resources;
that medical care be improved
in neighborhoods of poverty,
in prisons, and in refugee camps;
that physicians and nurses be upheld;
that kindly hospice care
be available to the dying;
and that that all health care providers
working with coronavirus patients
are strengthened, encouraged and safe;
through Jesus Christ, your Son,
our healer.

Prayer: Adapted from ELCA Worship Blog, remembering Luke, Physician & Evangelist, October 18, 2020.
Photo: Autumn waterfront, October 11, 2020.

Prayer for Sunday,
October 18, 2020

God of love,
Where there is cruelty,
may we model your kindness.
Where there is despair,
may we model your hope.
Where there is anxiety,
may we model your comfort.
Where there is loneliness,
may we model your presence.
And where there is strife,
may we model your peace;
through your Son,
Jesus Christ our Lord.

Prayer: Adapted from Alydia Smith, from Parables, Prayers, and Promises,
Photo: Sunset from Jackman Ridge, Harvest Weekend, October 10, 2020 by Mindy Olson.

Prayer for Saturday,
October 17, 2020

God of compassion,
you have given us Jesus Christ,
the great physician,
who made the broken whole
and healed the sick.
Touch our wounds,
relieve our hurts,
and restore us to wholeness of life,
through the same Jesus Christ our Lord.

Prayer: Book of Common Prayer © 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.
Photo: View from Founders' Way toward the new Conference Center back entrance,
October 11, 2020.

Prayer for Friday,
October 16, 2020

In times of difference
and division,
save us from rancor
and meanness, O God.
Help us focus ourselves on things
that are excellent and worthy.
Make us witnesses
to your way of justice
and righteousness.
Transform us and
transform the world,
we pray.

Prayer: Hans Holznagel, inspired by Psalm 106:1-6, 19-23 and Philippians 4:1-19,
Photo: Outdoor Chapel, October 11, 2020.

Prayer for Thursday,
October 15, 2020

Open unto me –
light for my darkness.
Open unto me –
courage for my fear.
Open unto me –
hope for my despair.
Open unto me –
peace for my turmoil.
Open unto me –
joy for my sorrow.
Open unto me -
strength for my weakness.
Open unto me –
wisdom for my confusion
Open unto me –
forgiveness for my sins.
Open unto me –
love for my hates.
Open unto me –
thy Self for my self.
Lord, Lord, open unto me!

Prayer: by Howard Thurman,
Photo: Sunday mid-morning glistening water on Ossipee Lake, October 11, 2020.

Prayer for Wednesday,
October 14, 2020

grant us the ability
to think with your mind,
to hear with your ears,
to see with your eyes,
to speak with your mouth,
to walk with your feet,
to love with your heart.
We ask this through
Christ our Lord.

Prayer: Common Prayer ~ A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals, page 361.
Photo: Fall colors bordering tent platforms, Boys Senior End, October 12, 2020.

Prayer for Tuesday,
October 13, 2020

Lord of every mountain top,
thank you for the beauty
and mystery of creation
and for all new horizons.

Prayer: An Iona Prayer Book, edited by Peter Millar, page 100.
Photo: Mountain View across Ossipee Lake from waterfront during Harvest Weekend 2020.

Prayer for Monday,
October 12, 2020

Triune God,
Father, Son, and Holy Spirit,
we come before you
as many parts of a single body.
people drawn from every tribe,
every nation, every language;

some indigenous—
peoples of the land;
some refugees, immigrants, pilgrims—
people on the move;
some hosts, some guests,
some both hosts and guests;
all of us searching
for an eternal place
where we can belong.

Creator, forgive us.
The earth is yours
and everything that is in it.
But we forget.
In our arrogance
we think we own it.
In our greed
we think we can steal it.
In our ignorance
we worship it.
In our thoughtlessness
we destroy it.
We forget
that you created the earth
to bring praise and joy to you.
That you gave it as a gift,
for us to steward,
for us to enjoy,
for us to see more clearly
your beauty and your majesty.

Jesus, save us.

We wait for your kingdom.
We long for your throne.
We hunger for your reconciliation,
for that day where people
from every tribe and every tongue
will gather around you
and sing your praises.

Holy Spirit, teach us.
Help us to remember
that the body is made up
of many parts,
each one unique
and every one necessary.
Teach us to embrace the discomfort
that comes from our diversity
and to celebrate the fact
that we are unified,
not through our sameness,
but through the blood
of our Lord and Savior,
Jesus Christ.

Triune God, we love you.
Your creation is beautiful.
Your salvation is merciful.
And your wisdom is beyond compare.

We pray all this in Jesus’s name.

Prayer: Mark Charles,;
Photo: Girls Senior End, October 11, 2020

Prayer for Sunday,
October 11, 2020

Lord God,
time and again you provide for us
with your near, ready, and sure love.
Give us eyes to recognize
that all goodness and joy
are from your hand,
that we may praise you
with our lives,
forever and ever.

Prayer: "Common Prayer ~ A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals" p. 344.
Photo: Autumn Snack Bar, October 10, 2020.

Prayer for Saturday,
October 10, 2020

Guide us, O God,
by your Word and Spirit,
that in your light
we may see light,
in your truth
find freedom,
and in your will
discover peace,
through Jesus Christ,
our Lord. Amen.

Prayer: The Worship Sourcebook, Faith Alive Christian Resources, p. 141.
Photo: Signs on the tree at the corner of Route 41 and Ossipee Lake Road, October 9, 2020.

Prayer for Friday,
October 9, 2020

Gracious God,
you are our refuge and strength,
a very present help
in time of trouble.

As Hurricane Delta arrives
to those still recovering
from Hurricane Laura in Louisiana
& surrounding communities,
reveal your presence
so that all may know
your healing, hope, and love.

As one community on earth
bound together by your grace,
inspire us to pray, serve,
and help all those who suffer;
through Jesus Christ,
our Savior and Lord.

Prayer: Adapted from "ELCA Worship Resources: In TImes of Need";
Photo: View from Jackman RIdge, October 8, 2016 courtesy of Stacey McKenna.

Prayer for Thursday,
October 8, 2020

As you boldly go out in the world today either in person or virtually,
remember that God goes before us and the Holy Spirit leads us.
Take these words from the hymn “Let Us Enter In” with you today.

Let us enter in to the song
of thanksgiving and freedom.
Let us enter in to the long line
of people in need.
Let us enter in to the strong mind
that God is still living.
Healing, forgiving–Let us enter in.

Let us enter in to the place
where our God has preceded.
Let us enter in to the face
of the fear and the pain.
Let us enter in to the grace
of the love when it’s needed.
Death is defeated!
Let us enter in.

Let us enter in to the heart
of a world that is broken.
Let us enter in to the start
of a hope we can share.
Let us enter in to the part
where we call one another
sister and brother.
Let us enter in.

Prayer: Text © 1983 Ray Makeever,
admin. Augsburg Fortress,
One License A-700246;
Photo: Fall 2020 at Founders Way and Flamingo Row.
Note: Alice's new chicken coop.

Prayer for Wednesday,
October 7, 2020

God, our refuge and strength,
we pray for the communities
that lie in the paths of wildfires
in the western United States,
especially Sky Ranch,
a Lutheran Outdoor Ministry
site in northern Colorado.
May your healing presence
give them peace and hope
in their time of need.
We ask for your comfort
to those who mourn
and strength
to those working diligently
to contain the fires
and care for affected communities;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Prayer: Adapted from ELCA Lutheran Disaster Response webpage.
Photo: Ossipee Lake, October 2, 2020, courtesy of Carol McConkey.

To learn more about our sister camp in Colorado and the Cameron Peak Fire go to

Prayer for Tuesday,
October 6, 2020

O Christ of the road
of the wounded,
O Christ of the tears
of the broken:
in us and with us
the needs of the world,
grant us our prayers
of loving and hoping;
grant us our prayers
of yearning and healing.

Prayer: Celtic Prayers from IONA,
edited J. Philip Newell, page 27.
Photo: Autumn 2020,
Health Center/Winter Retreat Lodge.

Prayer for Monday,
October 5, 2020

Almighty God,
your word
bursts forth into our lives
like a glorious sunrise.
You speak,
and our hearts rejoice.
You command,
and our eyes are opened.
The sound of your voice
brings revival to our souls.
Your words are purer
than the finest gold.
True and righteous one,
living Word, light our way.

As we listen to your Spirit this week,
may the words of our mouths
and the thoughts of our hearts
be accepted in your sight, O Lord,
our strength and our redeemer.

Prayer: Based on Psalm 19, by Bill Hoppe,
Ministry Matters, October 4, 2020.
Photo: Sunrise at Ossipee Lake,
October 3, 2020, courtesy of Alex Kay.

Prayer for Sunday,
October 4, 2020

Lord, make us instruments of your peace.
Where there is hatred, let us sow love;
where there is injury, pardon;
where there is discord, union;
where there is doubt, faith;
where there is despair, hope;
where there is darkness, light;
where there is sadness, joy.

Prayer: Attributed to Francis of Assisi.
Francis had a spirit of gratitude for all of God's creation.
Photos: Memorial Chapel, September 26, 2020.

Prayer for Saturday,
October 3, 2020

Gracious and merciful God,
slow to anger, rich in love,
we bless your name
and give you thanks.

In our need,
you make haste to help us.
You plant us beside streams
of your wisdom,
teach us in pastures
greening with truth,
and guide us
on the path of your promise.

By your Spirit awaken our faith,
that, feasting on your Word,
we may love you more fully
and serve our neighbor
more faithfully;
through Jesus Christ,
our Savior and Lord.

Prayer: ELCA Worship Blog, October 4, 2020.
Photo: Rainy autumn morning near sites 49 & 50 in Campground, October 2, 2020.

Prayer for Friday,
October 2, 2020

God of mercy,
source of all healing,
we give you thanks
for your gifts of strength and life,
and especially for the gift
of your Son, Jesus Christ.

Today we lift up all
who are suffering
from COVID-19
including our country's president
and first lady.
We pray for recoveries
for everyone infected,
all over the world.

Help us all by your Holy Spirit
to feel your power in our lives
and to know your eternal love;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Prayer: Liturgy of Healing (with insertions),
from Sundays and Seasons,
2004 Augsburg Fortress.
Photo: Outdoor Chapel, September 30, 2020,
courtesy of John Junkins.

Prayer for Thursday,
October 1, 2020

A Prayer for Racial Justice

Save us, O God,
from ourselves,
from racism often cloaked
in pious words,
from the machinations
of white supremacy
hidden in calls for civility,
from micro aggressions
thinly veiled in arrogance,
from apologies
when they don’t give way to action,
from forgiveness
without facing the truth,
from reconciliation
without reparation.

Deliver us, O God,
from expecting siblings of color
to continue to bear
this emotional work,
which is not theirs to do.

Grateful for the long arc
that bends toward justice,
we pray:
Grant us wisdom,
and give us courage
for the facing of these days,
by the power of the Spirit,
all for the sake of the kin-dom
that we share in Christ Jesus.

Prayer: Commemoration of the Emanuel Nine
© 2020 Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
Photo: Ossipee Lake, September 26, 2020.

Prayer for Wednesday,
September 30, 2020

Lord, in these times
when we fear we are losing hope
or feel our efforts are futile,
let us see in our hearts and minds
the image of your resurrection,
and let that be the source
of courage and strength.
With that,
and in your company,
help us face challenges
and struggles against
all that is born of injustice.

Prayer: From the Philippines, An IONA Prayer Book, edited by Peter Millar, p. 26.
Photo: Conference Center Dining Room Cross Window, September 26, 2020.

Prayer for Tuesday,
September 29, 2020

You are always at work
within us, Lord our God,
drawing us into the unity
of the Spirit;
guide our hearts
so that we may be open
in love,
to our brothers,
our sisters,
our siblings,
while always remaining
closely united in you,
through Jesus Christ, our Lord.

Prayer: Adapted from A Celtic Primer compiled by Brendan O'Malley, p. 65.
Photo: Campground playground, September 26, 2020.

Charge to the People
for Monday, September 28, 2020

Go out into the world in peace;
have courage;
hold on to what is good;
return no one evil for evil;
strengthen the fainthearted;
support the weak,
and help the suffering;
honor all people;
love and serve the Lord,
rejoicing in the power
of the Holy Spirit.

Traditional Benediction based on
"Let love be genuine; hate what is evil, hold fast to what is good." - Romans 12:9-21
Photo: Girls Junior End Cabins, September 26, 2020.

Prayer for Sunday,
September 27, 2020

O Lord,
summer and winter
and springtime and harvest,
sun, moon, and stars
in their courses above
join with all nature
in manifold witness
to thy great faithfulness,
mercy, and love.

Great is thy faithfulness!
Great is thy faithfulness!
Morning by morning
new mercies I see;
all I have needed
thy hand hath provided;
great is thy faithfulness,
Lord, unto me!

Prayer: Thomas O. Chisholm, 1866-1960 © 1923, 1951 Hope Publishing Co.
One A-700246

Prayer for Saturday,
September 26, 2020

let us weep
with those who weep
and refuse to be consoled.
May our tears mix with yours
in a river of justice,
flowing down
like mighty waters,
transforming the world
that is into the one
that ought to be. Amen.

Prayer: Common Prayer~A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals, p. 443.

Prayer for Friday,
September 25, 2020

our refuge and strength,
you have bound us together
in a common life.
In all our conflicts,
help us to confront one another
without hatred or bitterness,
to listen for your voice
amid competing claims,
and to work together
with mutual forbearance and respect;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Prayer: ELW Pastoral Care, page 386.

Prayer for Thursday,
September 24, 2020

O God,
where hearts are fearful and constricted,
grant courage and hope.
Where anxiety is infectious and widening,
grant peace and reassurance.
Where impossibilities close every door and window,
grant imagination and resistance.
Where distrust twists our thinking,
grant healing and illumination.
Where spirits are daunted and weakened,
grant soaring wings and strengthened dreams.
All these things we ask in the name of Jesus Christ, our Savior.

Prayer: Evangelical Lutheran Worship, page 76.

Prayer for Wednesday,
September 23, 2020

we bring to you our vulnerability,
our wounds, our pain,
and our growth.
By the power
of your forgiving love,
help us also
to become wounded healers.

Prayer: "Common Prayer ~ A Litany for Ordinary Radicals" p. 450.

Prayer for Tuesday,
September 22, 2020

Autumn God,
the planet turns
and the earth signals a change.
Open me to transitions
I need to face in my own life.
Be with me in the letting go,
the saying good-bye
to habits, relationships, and plans
that stand in the way of growing.
Deepen my trust as I let go,
like falling leaves,
I will always fall into your embrace.

Prayer: Rev. Larry J. Peacock, "Openings: A Daybook of Saints, Sages, Psalms and Prayer Practices", p.287.

Prayer for Monday,
September 21, 2020

Loving God,
sometimes we need to know
you are with us.
Sometimes we are lonely,
afraid and in pain.
Give us the grace
to know your presence
in the lonely and difficult moments.
Give us the courage
to help those in need
and the grace
to love all people.
May we love our neighbors
as we love ourselves
and be there for them
as you are here for us.
Grant this through
Christ our Lord.

Prayer : Mark Bozzuti-Jones, Sing the Faith: Spirituals, Augsburg Fortress, 2002.

Blessing for Sunday,
September 20, 2020

May God give you grace
never to sell yourself short,
grace to risk something big
for something good,
and grace to remember
that the world is too dangerous
for anything but truth
and too small for anything
but love.

The Blessing of God Almighty,
Father, Son + and Holy Spirit
be with us now and
remain with us this day and always.

Prayer: William Sloane Coffin, 1924-2006, attributed to Credo © 2004 by Westminster John Knox Press (Service of Prayer and Lament,

Blessing for Saturday,
September 19, 2020:

May the peace of the Lord Christ
go with you,
wherever he may send you;
may he guide you
through the wilderness,
protect you through the storm;
may he bring you home rejoicing
at the wonders he has shown you;
may he bring you home rejoicing
once again into our doors.

May the peace of the Lord be with you always today, Calumet Nation, and may peace be with our runners, walkers, crew and broadcasters this morning as we finish up Reach the Beach 2.0 today!

Prayer: by Peter Sutcliffe, Northumbria Community, from Common Prayer ~ A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals.

A Prayer for Friday,
September 18, 2020:

Run by my side, Lord-
live in my heartbeat,
give strength to my steps.
As the cold whirls around me,
as the wind pushes me,
I know you surround me.
As the sun warms me,
as the rain cleanses me,
I know you are touching me,
challenging me, loving me.
And so I give you this run.
Thank you, God,
for matching my stride.

Prayers for all our Calumet runners today and tomorrow as they participate in Reach the Beach 2.0 from their hometown streets and roads.

Prayer: From 2015 Calumet RTB photos.

Prayer for Thursday,
September 17, 2020

Lord Jesus,
you are like a burning light.
Shine in the darkness
and open my eyes
to the surprises
and possibilities
you spread before me.

Prayer: Alive Now (Jan/Feb 2008 issue), p. 61.


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