National Day of Prayer plans progress in Eureka
Despite failure to get a National Day of Prayer proclamation signed by Mayor Kathy Harrison, the Eureka Springs Ministerial Association is continuing with plans for its annual National Day of Prayer service, to be held starting at noon on May 1 at the gazebo at Pine Mountain Village on U.S. Highway 62.
A candidate to be an army chaplain, Mark Golaway of Bella Vista is scheduled to be on hand, and different pastors in the association will pray with regard to certain topics. There will be no preaching. A trumpeter is also expected to play at the start and the conclusion of the program.
All Eureka Springs area residents and visitors are invited to attend and join in prayer for the world, nation, state, city, leaders, military forces, youth and peace.