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|Monroe church plans downtown prayer walk Saturday|
First Baptist Church, located in downtown Monroe at 201 St John St., has planned its first downtown Monroe prayer walk, to be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 6.
Church members and guests will walk the sidewalks of downtown Monroe praying that God will bless and prosper the city.
Senior pastor Dr Alan Miller planned this effort as a part of the Monroe/West Monroe transformation process and the Monroe Renaissance movement.
"We, in downtown Monroe's First Baptist Church, want to be a part of the spiritual and economic revival in our city," Miller said. "We believe that the first step is to pray. We are coming together to walk the sidewalks of downtown Monroe and ask God to bless and prosper our city."
First Baptist Church was founded before the Civil War in 1854. The present sanctuary was built in 1912 and remodeled in 2004. It was placed on the National Registry of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior.
Other congregations are invited to join in the prayer walk. The people will gather on the front steps of the sanctuary at 11 a.m. Saturday for prayer and instructions.
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