NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER
REVIVE is so excited to be hosting National Day of Prayer this year in partnership with Mayor Nancy Backus and the City of Auburn. This is a special time designed to prioritize prayer to God and focus our attention on what matters most in our community.
The first Thursday of May, declared by Mayor Nancy Backus, is a day of prayer for the City of Auburn. Whether you can't imagine your life without prayer or can't imagine where to begin, this is an event design to include and involve all people no matter where they may be on their faith journey.
For I know the plans I have for you . . . plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.
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This event is more accessible than ever for all people in our community as we included multi-faith groups, business owners, and community leaders. National Day of Prayer has also partnered with the Auburn Food Bank to help raise money to give Hope financially to their efforts to the Auburn community.
Whether you have a faith persuasion or not National Day of Prayer is sure to be a historic event that wouldn’t be the same without you. Hope is not stagnate, hope extends.
WHAT TO DO
Throughout this National Day of Prayer we invite you to join us in the following ways.
Follow us on Instagram or Facebook for daily reminders and inspiration.
Join us May 5th on Facebook LIVE and someone from our team will hold a live prayer session at 12pm & 6pm.
Join us in person Thursday, May 5th
12PM - Multi-Faith Experience
6PM - Jesus People Experience
AUBURN CITY HALL
25 W Main St
Auburn WA, 98001
Our Nation, State, & City Government
Auburn Needs & Community
Mayor Nancy Backus - (City of Auburn)
Mars Flannery - (REVIVE)
Gordon Banks - (Overcomer Covenant Church)
Jamila Taylor - (State Representative)
Debbie Christian - (Auburn Food Bank)
Kacie Bray - (Auburn Chamber of Commerce)
Pastor Craig Seratt - (REVIVE)
Pastor Jesse Bradley - (Grace Community Church)
Hanan Amer - (Muslim Community)
Pastor Bridget Jones - (Messiah Lutheran)
Pastor Jessica Rao - (REVIVE)
Clynn Wilkinson - (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints)
Empress - (Musical Artist)
Alliya - (Musical Artist / REVIVE MC)
This year’s theme is HOPE - Hands Extended. To give hope you have to use your hands either through serving, giving, or prayer. With two services at 12pm & 6pm, faith leaders, city and state leaders, Auburn business owners and non-profit leaders will gather together to pray for hope. Included in these services will be numerous creative and spiritual elements to emphasize how we can give hope.
This event will be outside and COVID-19 protocol for outdoor gatherings will be in place. We encourage wearing a mask and social distancing if necessary. Remember that every person is different and you should only choose what is a healthy and safe choice for you as you participate.
REVIVE is an Auburn based non-profit and was voted Non-Profit of The Year (Auburn Chamber of Commerce). Dedicated to serving the community REVIVE gave over 3.5 million in resources in 2021 and leads multiple programs and businesses including Revitalized, Full House, and the Fight Club Foundation as well as furniture and clothing banks. REVIVE also host annual community events including So EGGstra, The Treat and The Christmas Store which attract over 12,000 people annually. For more information go to therevivechurch.org or on social media @reviveauburn.