Organizers say city officials, local pastors, clergy, friends, and family will unite in prayer for the nation, state, city, leaders, and Carroll ISD schools and other local schools.
The theme for 2014 is One Voice, United in Prayer.
“We are encouraging the citizens to come together in prayer for divine intervention in our own lives and the lives of our children,” said Southlake National Day of Prayer Committee member Leigh Wambsganss. “Our hope is that this will begin a lifestyle of prayer in the city, which will transform the lives of those in Southlake and surrounding cities.”
Almost every Southlake church will be involved in this special evening National Day of Prayer event, leading the group in prayer and worship.