7,500 expected to participate in a rolling prayer chain through downtown Fayetteville
Fayetteville, NC - Thousands will come together on Saturday, April 8th for a silent prayer walk throughout the city of Fayetteville. This ecumenical gathering, AsONE Prayer Walk, will be comprised of people of varied ages, ethnicities, religious denominations and backgrounds gathering to unite in prayer as one body.
The walk begins at 10 a.m. in Festival Park and will include five prayer stations along the route:
- North Carolina Veterans Park and Airborne & Special Operations Museum – prayers will focus on support of the military and their families.
- Fayetteville City Hall - prayers will support regional civil leadership and law enforcement.
- Cumberland County Detention Center – prayers will be offered for the incarcerated and their families.
- The Market House – prayers will focus on racial diversity.
- Cumberland County Public Library and Information Center – prayers will be offered for educational leaders, children and families.
After visiting each stop, walkers will return to Festival Park to pray for all spiritual leaders. An AsOne Family Reunion with music, food and fun will follow the prayer walk and will last throughout the day.
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About AsOne Fellowship, Inc.
AsONE Fellowship serves as a ministry hub connecting people in need to community resources provided by local ministries and other non-profits. The primary tool used to create this diverse unity is the AsONE Prayer Walk. The walk is an ecumenical event that focuses on prayer and inclusion, bringing believers together so as to promote unity according to Ephesians 4 .
About the Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (FACVB)
The FACVB is a private, not-for-profit organization responsible for positioning Cumberland County as a destination for conventions, sporting events and individual travel. For additional information, visit www.VisitFayettevilleNC.com or call 1-888-98-HEROES.