National Day Of Prayer Task Force’s Patriot Day Is Sept. 11

Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Patriot Day 2017
Patriot Day 2017

Scenic City Women’s Network, is hosting the National Day of Prayer Task Force’s Patriot Day on Sept. 11. This national event, signed into law by the joint session of Congress and President George W. Bush, commemorates the tragedy of events that occurred on Sept. 11, 2001. Each year, thousands of people gather at their county courthouses to cry out in prayer for their city, their state, the nation and leaders as well as first responders, the military, education, the media, business, church and families. 

On Patriot Day, Sept. 11, participants will convene at the Hamilton County Courthouse at 10:30 a.m. for the Prayer Walk through downtown Chattanooga. The public is invited to walk and pray for the city, businesses and government.  

For information, email admin@scwn.org or call 698-6262. 

Following the Prayer Walk there will be a Patriot Day 9/11 program at the Hamilton County Courthouse for a Patriot Day Program.  Congressman Chuck Fleischmann and County Mayor Jim  Coppinger will be speaking among other officials and community leaders as participants pray for the city, state and nation.  For information call Scenic City Women’s Network 698-6262 or email admin@scwn.org 

 

Prayer walk at the Courthouse
Prayer walk at the Courthouse


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