National Day of Prayer celebrated in Kenly

The National Day of Prayer was celebrated last Thursday at the Kenly Fire Station with about 50 attending. Ministers and citizens prayed for unity in the community and nation.

Unity was the theme of this year’s National Day of Prayer. celebrated at the flagpole at Kenly Fire Station last Thursday.

Speakers prayed for unity in the churches, in government, in the community, the home, the workplace and among all ethnicities and people in America.

Approximately 50 attended.  Rev. Aubrey Williamson of Kenly Free Will Baptist Church said, “Unity is needed in every facet of the world. When we are united we can do great things.”

He encouraged everyone to seek Jesus.

Rev. Joe McDougald of Delightful Temple Ministries prayed for unity in the churches. He said the church, not only in this community but in the nation, should be one body. “We need to look at the heart of others,” said McDougald, “and see the need of others so there would be no homelessness and no hunger.”

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