A Solemn Prayer Assembly
Praying for America

Community churches are reaching out, inviting residents, friends and visitors to attend a Solemn Prayer Assembly on Sunday, October 30, at 3:00 p.m. scheduled to be held on the Cheatham County Courthouse lawn in Ashland City. The Solemn Prayer Assembly will be a time to pray for the nation and the quickly approaching November 8, 2016 Election Day.

As it nears Christians and non-christian’s alike are concerned, wonderingly anxiously who will be elected as America’s next president. A large majority of Americans believe, regardless of which candidate they feel is best, that the nation is on the brink of major changes.  Many have stated this presidential election is the most critical in history.

Christians everywhere are taking a stand, praying for their nation, community leaders, state representatives and presidential nominees.  

Christians worry if God continues to be further removed from American’s everyday lives, it will further alter the America of its founding fathers, future Christian generations and possibly the rights or belief system of the church.

Local churches invite anyone who wants to pray, to come together Sunday, to stand or kneel on bended knee, praying to keep America as One Nation Under God and seeking God’s will for the future of The United States of America.

The Solemn Prayer Assembly begins at 3:00 p.m. Sunday, October 30, on Cheatham County Courthouse Lawn.

Tonya Steele