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Carolina Communities Come Together As One to Pray for the Carolinas and Our Nation , and to Show the World That There is More Power in Unity than Division

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On Saturday, April 9th at 10 AM, there will be a prayer walk led by AsOne Fellowship, the non-profit organization whose primary goal is to develop a culturally diverse approach to God which causes like-minded believers to worship together in spite of racial, religious, cultural, socioeconomic, or any other kind of difference.

AsOne: The Prayer Walk will begin in Festival Park in downtown Fayetteville, NC, and along the route, there will be collective prayer at five different locations (Veterans Park and Airborne Museum; City Hall; the Cumberland County Detention Center; Market House, and the Fayetteville Public Library) with an emphasis on five areas of concern. The areas of concern that will be addressed through prayer include:

  • Active and non-active military.
  • Regional civic leadership, law enforcement and national leaders.
  • Incarcerated citizens and their families.
  • Racial diversity, and
  • Educators, children and families.

The walk will conclude at Festival Park with prayer for all spiritual leaders, and immediately following the walk, there will be music, food and fellowship.

The park will open at 9:00am, and all participants are encouraged to wear AsOne t-shirts as a proclamation of unity. For additional information, please visit asoneprayerwalk.org.




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