In observance of National Day of Prayer, local churches will host an interfaith prayer service 12:15 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. Thursday, May 3 at .
The Glendora Ministerial Association and area churches will lead the gathering at the City Hall flagpole.
Pastors and leaders from several local churches will be joined by the children’s choir and soloist Deborah Burgan from.
Attendees will receive an “I Prayed” sticker.
The origins of National Day of Prayer is rooted in early U.S. history, when the Continental Congress ordered a day of prayer in 1775. Since then, variations of a nationally-observed day of prayer has been initiated.
since former President Ronald Reagan signed into law the first Thursday of May as a day of prayerful observance in 1988.