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National Day of Prayer set for this Thursday
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Organizers are hoping for scores of people to unite this Thursday at the Farmers Market in downtown McMinnville for the local observance of the National Day of Prayer.
The local observance will begin at noon Thursday and feature prayers for various parts of the community and nation by local clergy members. The event generally lasts about 30 minutes and the public is urged to attend. This will be the 62nd national observance of the Day of Prayer.
The theme this year is “Pray for America” and will emphasize the need for individuals, corporately and individually, to place their faith in the unfailing character of their creator, who is sovereign over all governments, authorities, and men. The national observance has chosen Matthew 12:21 as its scripture this year: “In His name the nations will put their hope.”
Coordinating this year’s observance is Warren County National Day of Prayer coordinator pastor DeWayne Howard of Bridges of Hope. He is passionate in mobilizing the residents of Warren County to seek God in these days of uncertainty.
“Now more than any time before, we need to unite in prayer, drop our pride and selfishness, and put our denominational differences aside to call on God to send revival and spiritual awakening to our nation,” said Howard.
The website for the Day of Prayer can be found at