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More than 2,000 expected at Bullard prayer rally

BULLARD, TX (KLTV) -

Released by the 'Come Pray with Me' committee:

BULLARD, TX - On Tuesday, September 21, 7 PM, the city of Bullard will host what may be the largest community prayer rally in East Texas' history as over 30 churches and organizations prepare for COME PRAY WITH ME.

Over 2000 people from Smith and surrounding counties are expected to gather at the Bushman Celebration Center in Bullard to pray for America, its leaders, its churches and families.

The event is sponsored by the Bridlewood Church of Bullard, an inter-denominational congregation, and has rapidly grown in participation to 30 churches of all denominations in Tyler and surrounding cities.

COME PRAY WITH ME is a non-political event whose purpose is to pray for the direction of our nation.  The program will include spiritual and patriotic music performed by a community choir, featured special music, a presentation of the Colors, words of inspiration and challenge and a time to pray for "My House, God's House & The White House."

East Texans may not be able to travel to Washington D.C. and pray on the steps of the Capitol or at the Lincoln Memorial, but they can travel to Bullard and COME PRAY WITH ME.  This promises to be an historic event that will change the events of history.  Come change history by making history on Tuesday, September 21, 7 PM, Bullard, Texas.

ADMISSION is one non-perishable food item or new toy to benefit THE MISSION HOUSE of Bullard. 

For more information go to: www.ComePrayWithMe.org

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