National Day of Prayer

Posted by on May 1, 2014 in Prayer | 0 comments

National Day of Prayer

Today a city-wide team of over 100 energized intercessors gathered in downtown Rochester to commemorate the National Day of Prayer and hold up our community and its leaders in concerted prayer. The ceremonies, led by a coalition of local pastoral leaders guided by Bishop David Singleton, spiritual leader of Ark of Jesus Ministries, were opened by the sounding of shofars as the intercessors formed a prayer chain that nearly encircled the County Office Building. It is clear that a prayer momentum is beginning to build for unity in the Body of Christ and revival in Rochester. There is talk of developing a “Shadow Government” of intercessors who will be dedicated to praying regularly for our leaders, similar to the one we have been envisioning for years. When prayers for revival are answered, where will they be manifest first? We suspect it will be in the most needy parts of our community. Contact Bishop Singleton or Pastor Breedlove for more information.


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