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Sunday, November 27, 2022

#NationalDayofPrayer

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Prayer. It holds meaning, power, and an overwhelming sense of calm. We live in a world where it’s an uncommon sight to see it, much less in a public setting.

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Today, community members, and local Pastors gathered at the gazebo in Mansfield square to come together as one and pray. The prayers included local towns, citizens, public officials, schools, local governments, first responder agencies, as well as national elements such as the President, our Armed Services, and a multitude of other focuses.

One vital element about today’s gathering is that It brought people together, at one time, in one place. These people prayed not for themselves, but humbly prayed for YOU.

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Mansfield Mayor, Micheal Gipson (Right) stands next to his son, Michael Gipson (Left), and among the many that showed up for today’s event.
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Mansfield Police Chief, Boyd Farmer (Center) stands with City of Mansfield Administrative Assistant, Stephanie Morgan (Right), and Mercy Mansfield Clinic Nurse Practitioner, Carmen Oxford (Left).
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City of Mansfield Employees Joe Manes (Left), and Ryan Huschka (Center) listen as Pleasant Grove #3 Baptist Church Pastor, William Bolton (Right) prays.
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Pastor Phillip Slaughter (Center), of Mansfield First Baptist Church stands with community members, seconds before he prays.
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