Join Law Enforcement Chaplaincy in Drive-By Prayer Rally - Our City Needs You! | Community Spirit
Join Law Enforcement Chaplaincy-Sacramento ~ Every prayer is heard!
WHAT: Drive-by Prayer Rally is a citywide response of prayer to the senseless violence that is claiming the lives of both the young and old throughout our communities. Sacramento has nine “gates” or entrances. We will be driving the perimeter of the Sacramento from gate to gate to declare Peace in the streets! Safety over our families! Life over death!
WHO: We are believers of varied denominations, race and ages, standing united in prayer, passionately gripped by a promise from God: the healing of our land (2 Chronicles 7:14). Sharing the heart of God, our hearts are torn by the senseless violence in our city. Instead of sitting comfortably within the four walls of the church building, we've decided to go and act on the promise and hope of God for our city. We invite YOU to activate your local faith community and join us as we declare peace for the New Year.
WHEN: New Years Day, Tuesday, January 1, 2013 ~ 8:00AM – 9:30AM
WHERE: We will meet at 8AM in the IKEA parking lot, and then proceed to drive the 9 gates of our city and pray PEACE over Sacramento. We will end up back at IKEA to enjoy brunch in the cafeteria.
Senior Chaplain Mindi Russell, Executive Director, Law Enforcement Chaplaincy - Sacramento
PO Box 2829 Sacramento, CA 95812-2829 ~ 1331 Garden Highway, Sacramento CA 95833, Office (916) 993-7785 ~ Fax (916) 933-7781 ~ Direct (916)-799-9002, 24 hour Confidential Crisis Line (916) 857-1801
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