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NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER

National Day of Prayer is a special day of prayer and dedication designed to prioritize prayer to God and focus our attention on what matters most.

Whether you can't imagine your life without prayer or can't imagine where to begin, the power of prayer isn't determined by the presentation. It's not the strength of faith it's the object of  faith that changes things.

This is an event design to include and involve all people no matter where you may be on your faith journey. Join us for this historic time as we pray for wellness, peace, and hope.

 

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Look to the Lord and His strength;

seek His face always.

 1   C H R O N I C L E S  1 6 : 1 1

 

WHAT TO DO

Throughout this National Day of Prayer we invite you to join us in the following ways.

 

 

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Follow us on Instagram or Facebook for daily reminders and inspiration.

 

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Join us May 6th on Facebook LIVE and someone from our team will hold a live prayer session at 12pm & 6pm.

 

 

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Join us in person Thursday, May 6th at 12pm and 6pm at Auburn City Hall.

AUBURN CITY HALL

25 W Main St

Auburn WA, 98001

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PRAYER FOCUS:

Unity

Racial Reconciliation

Our Nation, State, & City Government

Auburn Needs & Community

First Responders

Local Businesses

Most Vulnerable

Schools

SPECIAL GUESTS:

Mayor Nancy Backus - (City of Auburn)

Jesse Johnson  - (State Representative)

Eric Robertson - (State Representative)

Jamila Taylor - (State Representative)

Debbie Christian - (Auburn Food Bank)

Kacie Bray - (Auburn Chamber of Commerce)

Isaiah Johnson - (Pastor / Auburn School District)

Pastor Jesse Bradley - (Grace Community Church)

Pastor Lashund Lambert - (Resurrection Church Auburn)

Pastor Marina Hiles - (Holy Family Catholic Church)

Pam Nelson  - (Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints)

The Lologos - (Musical Artist)

#UNITY

 

 

With all the pulling apart and craziness we have experienced as a nation, a state, and in our city this is a day we are putting a focus and theme on "UNITY". We are not focusing on labels, titles, politics or positions but truly believe we are better together when we come and seek God for wellness, peace, and hope for our community.  

COVID-19

This event will be outside and COVID-19 protocol for outdoor gatherings will be in place. Please wear a mask and social distance. Remember that every person is different and you should only choose what is a healthy and safe choice for you as you participate.