By: The Walton Group Inc.
Members of all faiths in Utah Valley will gather together for the 60th National Day of Prayer Service on Thursday, May 3rd at 7 p.m. at Utah Valley University’s student ballroom.
“I think National Day of Prayer is a great way to bring all faiths in the community together,” Kena Matthews, Utah Valley Ministerial Association’s chair said. “It’s a time for us to celebrate our similarities not our differences.”
The keynote speaker for the service will be Rabbi Benny Zippel, executive director of Chabad Lubavitch, Utah’s branch of the world’s largest Jewish outreach organization.
“What I hope to accomplish at National Day of Prayer is to succeed in conveying the message to the average individual that in this very obscure world there is a need for all mankind to live their lives in a godly fashion,” Zippel said.
National Day of Prayer service is an opportunity to bring Utah Valley’s 40 different faiths together in one place.