May 2 – National Day of Prayer – Heart of the City Message

(Message from Dan Adler of Heart of the City Band)

Dear Heart of the City Friends,

Once again this year, Heart of the City will have the  privilege of leading worship on the Minnesota State Capital  steps on the National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May  2nd.  The program will go from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM and this year,  at noon, after we’ve led worship for a 1/2 hour, we’re going to kick off the  main program with a large group of worship dancers from the ministry, “Freedom to Dance”, dancing to our song  “Resurrection Chant“.  If you are interested in  being a part of this dance, they would love to have you join them! They  have a YouTube video showing the simple steps they’ve put together and they  are holding a couple of rehearsals as well.  If you are a  home-schooling family, this would be a great activity for your whole homeschool  co-op or just your family to be a part of!   Here’s the  information you need below:

National  Day of Prayer!

Calling All  Christians!

Take advantage of our freedom to unite in worship & prayer on the lawn of  the State Capital in St.Paul!

Thursday May  2nd, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., 12 Noon –Resurrection Chant  Dance!
Open to all persons, all  ages!

Learn it in person or online!

April 18th &  25th  practices from 6-7 p.m.  at Good Shepherd Church, 151 East County Rd. 42, Burnsville  MN  55306

Or – go to www.freedomtodance.org & click on  the link below: “May 2 – National Day of Prayer” to see  the dance video.

Even if you don’t  want to do the dance, we hope that you can join us, while it is still legal, to  worship and pray on the Capital steps this year!

God  bless!

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