prayer service


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Noun1.prayer service - a service at which people sing hymns and pray togetherprayer service - a service at which people sing hymns and pray together
divine service, religious service, service - the act of public worship following prescribed rules; "the Sunday service"
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The message was made clear by hundreds of Catholics gathered on Capitol Hill the morning of July 18 for what organizers called a "Catholic Day of Action for Immigrant Children," as a coalition of Catholic groups began a nationwide campaign to end child detention with a prayer service followed by civil disobedience that saw 70 Catholic leaders arrested.
The family instead resolved that it will organise a prayer service in due course.
Hugh of Lincoln Episcopal Church will host a Military and First Responders' prayer service 7 tonight at 36W957 Highland Ave.
Among those in attendance at the prayer service was Jason Greenblatt, a senior adviser to U.S.
A SPECIAL prayer service will be held for a Bahrain resident who died yesterday due to a cardiac arrest.
Headlines ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 Francis presided at the prayer service, a traditional occasion to say thanks in each year's last hours.
Summary: Memorial prayer service will be held at Gurunanak Darbar Sikh Temple today at 5 pm
Francis made the appeal in an evening prayer service with leaders of the Armenian Apostolic Church on the second day of a trip in which he has risked Turkey's anger by labelling the events of 1915 a genocide, a term Ankara rejects.
A traditional Muslim prayer service for the boxing legend was held in his hometown of Louisville in Kentucky.
According to Women of the Wallan organization whose mission is "to attain social and legal recognition of our right, as women, to wear prayer shawls, pray, and read from the Torah, collectively and aloud, at the Western Wall"Sachs was among a group of 80 women performing a morning prayer service at the Kotel, where she was arrested for "disturbing the public order."
"We have a prayer service that lasts about 20 minutes to half an hour," Oatway says.
A PRAYER service was held at Karen Buckley's old school in memory of the former pupil.