Event Date: Jan 11, 2013

In conjunction with the National Weekend of Prayer to End Slavery and Trafficking, a prayer vigil will be held on at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 11 (National Human Trafficking Awareness Day) at That Neighborhood Church, 1501 N. Ontario Street (corner of Ontario and Bush). The half-hour prayer vigil will be followed by fellowship.

The Weekend of Prayer is calling for a moment of silence at noon on Friday, prayer vigils Friday evening, participation in a nationwide prayer conference call on Saturday, and for petitions and/or messages from the pulpit at Saturday and Sunday services. It is promoted by growing group of primarily Christian and Catholic individuals and organizations coming together to ?host? a weekend of prayer to end trafficking and support victims and survivors.  Modern Day Slavery is not specific to any particular culture, religion, or economic status.  It affects us all and all are welcome.

National Activities include a rally in D.C. on Jan. 12 at 2 p.m. at the National Mall. For more information on how your faith community can be involved, go to www.weekendofprayer.net.

For more information on the vigil at That Neighborhood Church, contact Sister Sandy Sherman, OSU at 972-249-7320.

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That Neighborhood Church
1501 N. Ontario St.
Toledo, OH 43604


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