CORAL SPRINGS, FL - The Clergy Coalition of Coral Springs and Parkland and the Coral Springs Multi-Cultural Advisory Committee are celebrating the 32nd annual National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 7, at 7 p.m.
The annual observance has drawn dozens of houses of faith, scores of participants, and hundreds of attendees each year to sing, pray, and reflect on themes of unity and diversity.
Each year, houses of faith from Coral Springs and area cities are asked to select a youth representative who is able to pray for our community.
Although the broad variety of faiths represented do not all have the same religious beliefs, they are unified in their belief that they can come together in spite of their differences, enjoy each other’s distinctives, and ask for divine blessing on everyone in our community.
This year, because of the need for social distancing, the event will be held virtually. The participants will video conference, and the entire event will be available to be streamed or watched on Coral Springs broadcast outlets.
Residents may join in the ceremony of shared community prayer through the livestream or on CityTV, Blue Stream Channels 25, 25.2, 725 and on AT&T U-Verse channel 99.
Randal Cutter is co-chair of Clergy Coalition of Coral Springs and Parkland. He is also a candidate in the Coral Springs City Commission election in November.
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