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  • Moss Point church prays for the presidential election

    Members of Dantzler Memorial United Methodist are holding a 24-hour prayer vigil Monday and Tuesday to “Pray for Our Nation,” as the nation prepares to elect its next president. Concerns over the divisiveness of the election has led the congregation to stage the vigil, inviting other churches to participate.

Members of Dantzler Memorial United Methodist are holding a 24-hour prayer vigil Monday and Tuesday to “Pray for Our Nation,” as the nation prepares to elect its next president. Concerns over the divisiveness of the election has led the congregation to stage the vigil, inviting other churches to participate. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com
Members of Dantzler Memorial United Methodist are holding a 24-hour prayer vigil Monday and Tuesday to “Pray for Our Nation,” as the nation prepares to elect its next president. Concerns over the divisiveness of the election has led the congregation to stage the vigil, inviting other churches to participate. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com

If you feel like praying about the election, try this

November 07, 2016 10:00 AM