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  • Kennewick First Presbyterian Church members participate in National Day of Prayer

    Kay Hadley, a member of Kennewick First Presbyterian Church, explains how church members are participating this year in the National Day of Prayer event. A group of about two dozen people from the church are visiting city halls, fire stations, police stations and schools around the Tri-Cities to share their prayers.

Kennewick First Presbyterian Church members participate in National Day of Prayer

Kay Hadley, a member of Kennewick First Presbyterian Church, explains how church members are participating this year in the National Day of Prayer event. A group of about two dozen people from the church are visiting city halls, fire stations, police stations and schools around the Tri-Cities to share their prayers.
Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald