Prayer services in F’ville Sept. 11 and 18
The events of Sept. 11, 2001 will not soon perish from the minds and hearts of Americans. Aside from a national tragedy, the day has also become a time of prayer. And within that framework there will be two prayer services held in Fayetteville that day, one at noon at the old courthouse and the other at the Villages Amphitheater beginning at 5 p.m.
The national “Cry Out America” prayer gathering will be held on the grounds on the old courthouse in downtown Fayetteville beginning at noon Saturday. For the organizers the need for the prayer service is simple. America is in a spiritual crisis, and now is the time to cry out to God for guidance and for a new awakening through Christ.
Later on Saturday, an Evening of Prayer will be held at the Villages Amphitheater from 5-8 p.m. The two-fold intent of the prayer service is to glorify God and to pray over the nation’s firefighters, police officers, soldiers and for the nation and the victims of 9/11 and their families.
This is a free event and everyone is welcome.
And on Sept. 18, the Villages Amphitheater will be the setting for The Jesus Feast, a culmination of the 40-day focus on the miracles of Jesus and the desire to lift Jesus up in the community and across the nation.
The free event will feature music, scripture reading and prayer.