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2022 School Prayer Walk on August 9

From Phyllis Burris

There will be a Prayer Walk at the Adair County schools at 4:30pmCT on Tuesday, August 9, 2022.

Please go to the school of your choice as prayers are offered for the students, teachers, staff and parents. We will be asking God for wisdom and protection as this school year begins. There will be a minister at each of the schools.

Those leading the prayers are:
  • Adair County High School: Pastor Ben Martin (Columbia UMC and LWC), and Wes Irvin (Trinity UMC Family Ministries)

  • Adair County Middle School: Aaron Labarge (Columbia Baptist Family Minister), and Caleb Southern (3 Trees Student Minister)

  • Adair County Elementary School: Pastor Brent Piatt (Columbia Nazarene), and Adam Shepherd (Columbia Christian)

  • Adair County Primary Center: Pastor Steve Pescosolido (Trinity UMC), and Pastor Carol Weddle (Antioch UMC)

This story was posted on 2022-08-04 13:28:48
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