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Nampans to hold prayer walk downtown
Nampa Prayer Walk organizer, Mary Tschannen, announced the annual event is set to begin at 3 p.m. Saturday, April 1, on the Mayor’s Office/City Hall steps, 411 3rd St. S.
“We will start there and walk to downtown,” Tschannen said. Then, walkers will pray at different sites throughout town.
“We will certainly pray for the businesses in our town, as well as any other concerns facing our community,” the organizer stated.
The prayer walk is a family-friendly event.
For more information, contact Tschannen at (208) 466-2242 or [email protected].
Spring prayer walk planned in Caldwell
The Spring Caldwell Prayer Walk is set for Saturday, April 22, starting at 3 p.m. at the Caldwell Memorial Park Band Shell, 619 Irving St.
Walk organizer Arlene Robinett said: “We will walk around downtown Caldwell, praying at the gazebo at the Indian Creek Plaza, at the police station, city hall, the fire station and then back to the park. We will also pray for all schools, including teachers, students, administrative staff and bus drivers that all will be kept safe.”
This is a family event and all are welcome.
“We have a wonderful time of being together and praying for our wonderful city,” Robinett stated.
People who prefer not to walk are welcome to stay at the band shell and pray. A potluck dinner will follow the walk, and those who attend are invited to bring their favorite dish to share.
For more information, contact Robinett at (208) 391 8516.
National Day of Prayer set for May 4
The National Day of Prayer is scheduled to take place Thursday, May 4. Across the country, believers will gather to pray for the U.S., as well as their local communities and states.
Moms in Prayer Idaho will sponsor a local prayer program to be held from noon to 1 p.m. that day at the Meridian City Hall Courtyard, 33 E. Broadway Ave. Organizer Karla Slonaker stated everyone is welcome to come and participate in seven areas of prayer. Those include: Government, Military, Media, Business, Education, Church and Family. These are considered the seven centers of influence in the nation, as well as on a state and local level. The theme for the 2023 prayer event is Pray Fervently in Righteousness and Avail Much, based on James 5:16b.
“We will have local citizens lead those gathered in prayer for each of the seven areas listed on the website,” Slonaker said. “The gathering will last an hour and include some worship songs.”
For more information, go to nationaldayofprayer.org or contact Slonaker at [email protected] or 509-669-6179.