By the grace of God, FPC Aiken is a community of faith dedicated to the ministry of prayer, of and for the people of God. Please share your prayer concerns, so that we can share them with our church family.

Among those we need to remember are:
New Requests:
Continuing Concerns:

Updated November 25, 2022

Benjamin Adams, health concerns (friend of Chuck Dynarski)

Bodenheimer Family, condolences, death of Kay Bodenheimer

Margie Chapin & Family, condolences, death of mother, Jane

Anne Cousins, health concerns

Bruce Cousins, health concerns 

Betty Crook, health concerns (friend of Stan Jackson)

Mary Ellis Crook, health concerns

Mary Edwards, health concerns 

Mary Fran Crook & Family, condolences, death of father, Erwin Abell

Dot & Byron England, condolences, death of Delia England Frederick

     (daughter of Dot & sister of Byron)

Ed Girardeau, recovery from kidney transplant 

Karen Hammel, health concerns (friend of Sheila Krist)

Johnston Family, condolences, death of Dr. Linda Johnston

Matt Keenan, health concerns (friend of Sheila Krist)

Knowles Family, death of Mel Knowles

Joe Kupcha, chemo/radiation treatments

Phil Lockard, health concerns (friend of Sheila Krist)

Mary Alice Lockhart, health concerns (friend of Marge Milne)

Ray Miller, cancer (cousin of Pam Skiles)

Bob Nesteruk, cancer (friend of Sandy Evans)

Julia Salvatore, tumor complications (granddaughter of Bill Herbst)

Warren Smith, health concerns (husband of C.Jolicoeur-Smith- Staff)

Bill Todd, health concerns

Dennis Troy, health concerns (friend of Melinda Moses)

Bill White, health concerns (friend of Joe and Chris Kupcha)

Serving Our Country & Community

Aiken Public Safety

Isaiah Hale, nephew of Kathy & Ray Kent

David Horner, nephew of Jimmy & Brenda Guerry

Jerry & Kala Reitano, son-in-law and daughter of Dave Clerc

In an effort to keep our prayer list up to date, 

thank you for notifying the church office when the acute need 

of your loved one or friend has been met.

Medical Equipment Closet

The Medical Equipment Closet is full!

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Several years ago, the Deacons began to collect donations of durable medical equipment to loan out to our members and others in the community. You have all responded beyond our wildest expectations! Thank you! In fact, we now have so much equipment there is little room to add more to the closet! For now, please check with the church office to find out if we can accept any donation.


We currently have several types of wheelchairs, adjustable crutches, walkers (with and without wheels), shower seats, raised toilet seats, and canes.


If you, or anyone you know has a temporary need for any type of this equipment, we are more than happy to see that you get anything in our closet that fits your needs! Just contact the church office with your request, or stop by the church and visit the closet to find what you may need.


Thank you to all who have provided the equipment. To those who have used it, thank you for its return!