THURSDAY MAY 4TH 2023, 4 – 6:30 PM
NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER
AT NATIONAL MONUMENT TO THE FOREFATHERS, ALLERTON ST., PLYMOUTH MA
“Pray Fervently in Righteousness and Avail Much” – James 5:16
THURSDAY MAY 4TH, 4 – 6:30 PM
NATIONAL MONUMENT TO THE FOREFATHERS
72 ALLERTON STREET, PLYMOUTH, MA
The National Monument to the Forefathers is called the “Matrix of Liberty”. One monument with five statues that highlight the love the Pilgrims had for God and by extension for each other. They made a voluntary covenant with God and each other to walk in all His ways and to be stepping stones for generations to come by spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ the Savior of the world. They knew that this was the only true path to liberty. We hope you will join us as we gather together for prayer, worship, and our annual renewal of the covenant.
Leo and Nancy Martin, Co-founders and directors of The Jenney
Among the nationally known speakers will be Mark Meckler, President of Convention of States Foundation & Convention of States Action (COSA) with over 5 million supporters and activists, representing every state legislative district in the nation. Mark appears regularly on television, radio and online discussing the conservative grassroots perspective on political issues. Before COSA, Mark was the Co-Founder of Tea Party Patriots.
The second nationally recognized speaker is Rick Green, a former Texas State Representative, national speaker, author, and radio host. Rick & his family travel the nation speaking on America’s forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on our moral, religious and constitutional heritage. Rick and David Barton co-host the national daily radio program, WallBuilders Live! Rick & his wife, Kara, founded Patriot Academy, an elite leadership training program specializing in applied civics with a Biblical, historical, & Constitutional Foundation.
This year we are excited about having a choir, composed of members of local churches. There will also be a color guard that will contribute to the Day of Prayer event.
The Day of Prayer, Plymouth is a free event, but attendees are asked to REGISTER so that updated information about public parking and weather considerations can be shared on a timely basis. Registration will open up shortly.
Donations will be taken to help support the expenses of the event.
The Jenney Interpretive Centre is the local coordinator and one of the sponsors of the program. Leo and Nancy Martin, co-founders, host the event in Plymouth at the Monument each year.
If you live in New England, you know the weather can be in the 70’s or in the 30’s. Please dress for cooler weather and bring a chair and blanket if able. We will have seating for about 200 people. Volunteers to help with parking, event set up, and greeting are encouraged to email a note to firstname.lastname@example.org