FINCASTLE, Va. – During these times of uncertainty many people are looking for hope and turning to faith.
That’s why on Wednesday, from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., WSLS 10 is partnering with area faith leaders to help host Prayers for Hope.
Prayers for Hope
Until 7:30 tonight, you can call 540-600-3300 and talk with a pastor, rabbi or priest. You can also share any prayer requests in the comments and they'll be passed along to participating faith leaders by Fincastle Baptist Church #prayersforhopePosted by WSLS 10 / WSLS.com on Wednesday, March 25, 2020
Staff at Fincastle Baptist Church spent Tuesday morning setting up tables where a dozen leaders from different denominations from all over the WSLS 10 viewing area will answer calls from the community.
You’ll be able to call anonymously and speak with a pastor, rabbi or priest to ask questions, have them pray for you and your family, or just talk.
“I think during this time people are looking for hope. People are wondering what is hope. Somebody taught me a long time ago that hope is holding on, praying expectantly. Holding on, praying expectantly and that’s why I’m so excited to partner with Channel 10 and area pastors and faith,” said Fincastle Senior Pastor Kevin Cummings.
Starting Wednesday at 4 p.m., you can call 540-600-3300.
The faith leaders taking part include:
Kevin Cummings, Fincastle Baptist Church
Serenus T. Churn, Jr., High Street Baptist Church
Quigg Lawrence, Church of the Holy Spirit
Tony Mardian, Hope of Israel
Sean Burch, Spirit of Unity Baptist Church
Brent Williams, Colonial Presbyterian Church
Mark Hopkins, Shenandoah Baptist Church
Sergio Guirdia, Hispanic Leadership Catalyst at SBC of Virginia
Stan Parris, Franklin Heights Church
David Shearer, Elevation Church
Steve McNally, Church of the Transfiguration
Bryan Smith, First Roanoke
Chris Cadenhead, Bonsack Baptist Church
John Ott, Parkway Church on the Mountain