Clinton, Laurens host National Day of Prayer events

May 06 Written by  STAFF REPORTS

Laurens and Clinton both hosted National Day of Prayer events on Thursday, May 4.

The City of Clinton hosted a National Day of Prayer program at noon on the lawn of the Clinton Museum. Laurens hosted a National Day of Prayer program at noon on the steps of the historic courthouse. 

The Clinton event included a prayer for government by Steven Evans of Friendship A.M.E., prayer for military by Steve Keck of Broad Street United Methodist, prayer for business by Jeri Parris Perkins of Clinton First Presbyterian, prayer for education by Chris Sullivan of Community Baptist and a prayer for churches by Deryk Morgan of Elizabeth Street Church of God.

The Laurens event, titled "An Appeal to Heaven", featured a prayer of personal and corporate repentance by Phil Hall, a prayer for the executive branch by William Cole, a prayer for the legislative branch by Charles Fuller, a prayer for the judicial branch by Michael Post, a prayer for SC leaders by Alice MacKeil, a prayer for the SC Supreme Court by Don Peake, a prayer for Laurens County leaders by Ronnie Barnes, a prayer for the City of Laurens leaders by Richard Cain, a prayer for law enforcement by Brett Davis, a prayer for firefighters and EMS by Allen Gregory, a prayer for schools by Bryan Malone and a prayer for families and churches by Reiny Koschel.   


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