Three services, at times to fit all schedules, will be held in Abilene in observance of the National Day of Prayer.

The actual observance day is Thursday, May 2, and two services are planned that day, one a 7:30 a.m. breakfast and the other a noon service. Two of the three services will be Christian-based, and one will be an interfaith service.

Getting an early start is 1-Kingdom, a local organization of pastors who meet regularly to pray for needs of the city and nation.

Read Loretta Fulton‘s complete story in the Reporter-News.

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