The community came together Thursday to participate in the National Day of Prayer at the Hopkinsville Kiwanis Club lunch service.
Calvary Baptist Church Pastor Adam Glover led the club in prayer for government, schools, churches, first responders and communities. He says the day is about coming together and praying for the betterment of the nation and those living in it.
He says events like the National Day of Prayer are needed now more than ever, and revival in the community starts with the individual.
Eston Glover led the prayer for the community, Mayor Carter Hendricks prayed for the government and first responders and prayer for schools was led by Salvation Army Captain Jose Marquez. There were several services with different organizations throughout across the state and nation.