NUTLEY, NJ - The people of Nutley are invited to bow for a few moments of prayer on Thursday, May 7 for our world, our country, our community and for all of those suffering, struggling and serving in this pandemic crisis. The first Thursday in May is the annual observance of the National Day of Prayer.
Pastors of the Nutley Clergy Fellowship will team up at 11:30 a.m. to offer prayers in several locations around central Nutley and then gather in front of Town Hall at noon for further prayers.
Some to be included are our first responders, seniors, school children and educators, social agencies, essential workers, governmental leaders and more.
In this time of social distancing, the clergy are requesting that people participate virtually (not in person). Visit www.tapintonutley.net for up to date information and how to view the services online. The clergy are seeking to publicly offer the comfort and hope of God to the Nutley community, especially in the face of the coronavirus.
Nutley Clergy Fellowship congregations include: Franklin Reformed Church, Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Congregation Shomrei Emunah (Montclair), Grace Episcopal Church, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Church, St. Marys’ Roman Catholic Church, Liquid Church, St. Paul’s Congregational Church, and Vincent United Methodist Church.
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