National Day of Prayer to be recognized in Logan

<span>Members of the Logan Municipal Council endorsed a resolution during their meeting on Tuesday to declare Thursday, May 4, as<span class=”apple-converted-space”> </span><a href=””>National Day of Prayer</a>. The action came at the request of Pastor Ron Flessner with Freedom Christian Fellowship, who said it will mark the 66th annual prayer day observance. Flessner, who is Utah’s state coordinator for the National Day of Prayer Task Force, said the public is invited to attend a Christian Prayer Breakfast that morning at the Coppermill Restaurant, formerly the Logan Steakhouse.</span>

<span>“It would be a great way to start the day. If you are unable to make that for whatever reason, I would encourage you to set aside time during the day, and I’m going to ask everyone in the room to consider something else. This day is a day set aside to pray for our country. Would you exhibit an American Flag at your home that day or wear an American pin on your shirt of lapel just to keep yourself mindful of praying for our country for the day?”</span>

<span>Tickets for the Prayer Breakfast are $12 each and must be purchased in advance. For more information, contact Joan Miller at 435-787-1245 or <a href=””></a>. </span>

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