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ATLANTIC CITY – Atlantic City’s National Day of Prayer organizers want to fill all 48 blocks with prayer come May 6.
The communitywide event hopes to have religious leaders on each corner of the city leading a 10-minute prayer about 7 p.m. Organizers said all faith leaders, regardless of religious denomination, political affiliation or spiritual beliefs.
The National Day of Prayer is celebrated annually throughout the United States the first Thursday in May. Since 1952, every American president has signed a proclamation encouraging all Americans to pray. The day is intended for all people of faith to come together in prayer.
During the Day of Prayer, participants will be identified by wearing yellow.
Fill out the form to participate here.