Annually, as a Community, We Ask God for Blessing, Healing & Forgiveness.

 
 

One day each year the Greenville community gathers together to join other communities across the nation for one purpose - Prayer. On this day, Christians in America set aside time to meet in public arenas, churches, community centers and restaurants with other Christ-followers regardless of denomination, creed, race, civic agenda or political affiliation to acknowledge God’s past blessings, our cultural failings, and the need for God’s continued grace on our homes, our city, and our country. This day is called the National Day of Prayer.

Thursday, May 2, 2019

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

 

In the Heart of the City at First Presbyterian Church Greenville

 
 
 

* Chick-fil-a of Pelham Road will be on site to provide meal access for those who wish to come early for food and fellowship. Each meal is $7.50 to be paid at the door. To assist in preparation, please register below and indicate the number of meals and choices. Registering does not obligate you to purchase or attend. Thank you!

Child care for ages birth to 6 years old will be provided. Please register below to let our staff know of your attendance and the age of children

 
 

 
 

COME EARLY & ENJOY

Worship Center Doors Open (Pre-Service Dinner in Social Hall Available *)

5:00pm

Pre-Service Music

5:45pm

 
 

 

About

Find out about the history, purpose and theme of the National Day of Prayer and learn more about the Vision for Prayer in Greenville.

 
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Be A Part

Ready to take the next step? You can become a prayer partner, prayer leader, contributor to the cause, or serve on the Community Steering Committee.