‘Lord, hear our prayers’


Tamara Hopkins, left foreground, holds a Unity Candle at the “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil held at CMH.

Tamara Hopkins, left foreground, holds a Unity Candle at the “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil held at CMH.


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Jamal Blackmond, left foreground, reads a poem at the “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Dr. Brian Santin, second from left, leads a responsive prayer at the “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil at CMH.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Clinton Memorial Hospital Chaplain Veronica Grabill, left foreground, gives the closing prayer at a “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil held Wednesday near the circle drive at the front of the CMH campus. One of the prayers was lifted up to the God of peace, the God of wisdom, the God of comfort, and the God of courage.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Tamara Hopkins, left foreground, holds a Unity Candle at the “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil held at CMH.

Jamal Blackmond, left foreground, reads a poem at the “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil.

Dr. Brian Santin, second from left, leads a responsive prayer at the “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil at CMH.

Clinton Memorial Hospital Chaplain Veronica Grabill, left foreground, gives the closing prayer at a “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil held Wednesday near the circle drive at the front of the CMH campus. One of the prayers was lifted up to the God of peace, the God of wisdom, the God of comfort, and the God of courage.

Tamara Hopkins, left foreground, holds a Unity Candle at the “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil held at CMH.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/03/web1_unity_candle_c.jpgTamara Hopkins, left foreground, holds a Unity Candle at the “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil held at CMH. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Jamal Blackmond, left foreground, reads a poem at the “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/03/web1_jamal_c.jpgJamal Blackmond, left foreground, reads a poem at the “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Dr. Brian Santin, second from left, leads a responsive prayer at the “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil at CMH.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/03/web1_santin_c.jpgDr. Brian Santin, second from left, leads a responsive prayer at the “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil at CMH. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Clinton Memorial Hospital Chaplain Veronica Grabill, left foreground, gives the closing prayer at a “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil held Wednesday near the circle drive at the front of the CMH campus. One of the prayers was lifted up to the God of peace, the God of wisdom, the God of comfort, and the God of courage.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/03/web1_chaplain_c.jpgClinton Memorial Hospital Chaplain Veronica Grabill, left foreground, gives the closing prayer at a “Prayers for Ukraine” vigil held Wednesday near the circle drive at the front of the CMH campus. One of the prayers was lifted up to the God of peace, the God of wisdom, the God of comfort, and the God of courage. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal