National Day of Prayer Observance in Little Rock

National Day of Prayer Observance in Little Rock

People of all faiths gather at the State Capitol for noon ceremony.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - A ceremony bringing together people of all faiths takes place today at the State Capitol.

The service marks the 62nd Annual National Day of Prayer. The theme for this year is Pray for America.

The Capitol program will include special music from national recording artist, Saxophonist/Psalmist Marquis Hunt and a keynote address from Pastor Charles L. Johnson of Way Maker Ministries in New Orleans. Worship music and prayer will be offered by Apostle Gary DeLoach of Praise Center Church for All Nations.

Millions will unite in prayer at thousands of events from coast to coast. Arkansas will convene over 100 services across the state.

Spiritual Leaders including pastors, prophets, psalmists and others will offer prayers for but not limited to: President Obama, Governor Beebe, governmental and elected officials, educational leaders, artists and creative talents, business and economy development programs, media networks, families and our for our military.

The National Day of Prayer provides an opportunity for citizens to pray voluntarily, according to their own faith - and it does not promote any particular religion or form of religious observance.
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