National Day of Prayer 2015

National Day of Prayer 2015

National-day-of-prayerThe 64th Annual National Day of Prayer will take place Thursday, May 6, 2015 themed “Lord Hear Our Cry,” based on the verse from 1 Kings 8:28 which states: “Hear the cry and the prayer that your servant is praying in your presence this day.”

The 7th Annual Riverside National Day of Prayer Breakfast will be held from 6:30 am to 8:30 am. Mayor Rusty Bailey, pastors, and local business leaders will be attending. Honorary Chairman for the National Day of Prayer 2015 is Dr. Jack Graham.

This year organizers are seeking sponsors to underwrite the entire event in order to bless those who serve the community. The community’s presence is welcomed and breakfast is complimentary. Since the event is sponsored, an RSVP will be required by April 30th. Organizations are encouraged to reserve tables by calling 951-454-6007.

It is the desire of the organization to see those who serve the community on a daily basis come together for this event to pray for the city and nation. As the churches and residents of Riverside unite in prayer, “we know that God will hear our prayers and heal our land,” states Pastor Brenda Wood, Word of Life Ministries Int’l.

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