Hamilton Flourishing Hosts Solemn Assembly – A Organized Time Of Prayer For Roe V. Wade Ruling

Wednesday, June 22, 2022

Hamilton Flourishing continues to organize a, “Solemn Assembly of Prayer,” a time for the nation to join in prayer for The Supreme Court Justices as they deliberate Roe v Wade. The community will join tens of thousands of people across the nation on June 30 at 6:30 p.m. at Calvary Chapel Chattanooga, 3415 Broad St., to show solidarity through prayer for the country to take a stand for life and the unborn. Local and national speakers will lead this time of prayer. A live broadcast will be made available with the link promoted prior to the event.

"A solemn assembly is when the people called by God gather to pray and repent for their nation because of current and impending divine judgement, (see Richard Owen Robert’s booklet, The Solemn Assembly),” said Doug Daugherty, president of Hamilton Flourishing. “The impending decision on Roe v. Wade is such a time. The decision is critical to our nation, the states, the people, the land, the mothers and fathers, the church and the unborn.”

Next week, a professional shofar will be blown in four key places around the Chattanooga area welcoming and declaring the Solemn Assembly of Prayer. Each place holds historic significance for the city. They include Orchard Knob Civil War Park, Bragg Reservation on Missionary Ridge, Point Park and Signal Point. The shofar will also be blown to start the service at Calvary Chapel on June 30 at 6:30 p.m.

"If the Supreme Court declares a ruling on Roe v Wade prior to the June 30 event, we will adjust accordingly and have a prayer of celebration or supplication for our unborn,” said Mr. Daugherty.

Co-sponsors of this national gathering include:

Hamilton Flourishing
Calvary Chapel of Chattanooga
Right to Life of Greater Chattanooga
National Memorial to the Unborn
Partners for Christian Media, J103
National Prayer Committee
Intercessors for America
Susan B Anthony List
Family Action Council of Tennessee
American Value – Gary Bauer
Congressional Prayer Caucus
Lou Engle and the Call
Students for Life
Many other national and political leaders

For more information, please visit HamiltonFlourishing.org or email HamFlourishing@gmail.com. To view service virtually visit: calvarychatt.online.church


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