Countryside YMCA Hosts National Day of Prayer Breakfast in Warren County

What  Countryside YMCA National Day of Prayer Breakfast 

Residents of Warren County and surrounding communities


Countryside YMCA Event Center Thursday May 2nd, 2024

1699 Deerfield Road, Lebanon starting at 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. (Doors will open at 7:30 a.m.)

Tickets  Tickets can be purchased online click here or at the Countryside YMCA’s front desk. Adult tickets are $10, student tickets are free but requires online reqistration. Seating is limited. If seating is still available day of you may purchas tickets at the door for $10.

Leaders of government, business, faith, education, and military invite you to attend the 27th National Day of Prayer Breakfast in Warren County as we lift up our Lord Jesus Christ, the living word, and seek the will of our mighty God for our nation and county in prayer, worship and song. 

The National Day of Prayer was established by President Harry S. Truman in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress. The mission of the National Day of Prayer is to mobilize unified public prayer for America. The task force created “represented a Judeo-Christian expression of national observance, based on the understanding that the United States of America was birthed in prayer and in reverence for the God of the Bible,” according to the National Day of Prayer website.

Lift up the Word, Light up the World! Share the love of Christ across Warren County in prayer and service. #PrayWC

Through the work of several individuals, including Lucy McCarren, Susan Huddleson, Katherine Brewer, Dennis Bunnell, A. Carolyn Sanders, and Georgie Clark, Warren County has been recognizing this national event for the past 26 years. Leaders from throughout Warren County will be reading scriptures. To date the following individuals have participated: Bill DeLord, Randy Kuvin, Marcus Shelton, Josh Patrick, Becky Iverson, Pastor Steve Cramer, Barry Riley, Jonathan Westendorf, Chris Koch, Tom Isaacs, Kim Bilbrey, Shawn Acrey, and Amy Fornshell.