Thursday, May 6, 12 – 1:00 pm
This event will be outside in the open
air as usual, with masks and social distancing added this year, as required by the City of Roswell.*
The Mayor will be honoring Frontline
and Essential workers who have sacrificed their own health and safety to serve us during the pandemic.
We are also asking those who lost loved ones during the pandemic to bring a photo of their loved one(s) to be honored.
Our prayer together as one Body in our City is important and significant as we demonstrate our unity in the faith and solidarity in the fight against this pandemic that has claimed almost 570,000 lives in just the USA alone, with many still losing their battle against this virus every day.
Many from our secular public sector will be in attendance as in past years, including our GA Senate, GA House of Representatives, Mayor, City Council, Military, Business leaders, Education and Media.
PLEASE ENJOY this SHORT 1.25minute VIDEO about our event ~
*In the odd chance of RAIN, the ANNUAL NATIONAL DAY of PRAYER will be HELD
INSIDE the COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 2nd FLOOR, ROSWELL CITY HALL