National Day of Prayer

Event Info:

  • May 07, 2020
  • First Assembly
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Thursday, May 7, 2020

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Live Online Prayer Service
Join our pastors and members of our congregation as we pray together for the future of First Assembly and for the health of our nation and the world! Watch the online prayer service on our Live Stream here on the famfm.com website or on Facebook live for this special time of prayer together at 12 noon on Thursday, May 7. "When two of you get together on anything at all on earth and make a prayer of it, my Father in heaven goes into action." Matthew 18:19 (MSG)


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For more information please visit NationalDayOfPrayer.org.

The National Day of Prayer is the First Thursday of May

The National Day of Prayer is an annual observance held on the first Thursday of May, inviting people of all faiths to pray for the nation. It was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress, and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman. Our Task Force is a privately funded organization whose purpose is to encourage participation on the National Day of Prayer. It exists to communicate with every individual the need for personal repentance and prayer, to create appropriate materials, and to mobilize the Christian community to intercede for America's leaders and its families. The Task Force represents a Judeo-Christian expression of the national observance, based on our understanding that this country was birthed in prayer and in reverence for the God of the Bible.

Significance of the National Day of Prayer

The National Day of Prayer has great significance for us as a nation as it enables us to recall and to teach the way in which our founding fathers sought the wisdom of God when faced with critical decisions. It stands as a call for us to humbly come before God, seeking His guidance for our leaders and His grace upon us as a people. The unanimous passage of the bill establishing the National Day of Prayer as an annual event, signifies that prayer is as important to our nation today as it was in the beginning.