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Kansas City National Day of Prayer locations

Americans will gather Thursday, May 6 for the annual National Day Of Prayer. The region will host both in-person and virtual gatherings.

The theme for this year’s celebration is “LORD pour out Your LOVE, LIFE, and LIBERTY.”

Both organizers and participants hope to see the nation turn back to God, and are asking for a revival of the church, families and government – the three institutions established by God in the Scriptures.

PrayKC is organizing several of the regional events with locations spread out across the metro.

“In all our years in Kansas City, we cannot recall a time we were more desperate for prayer and breakthrough in our city and nation than right now,” stated Pastor Gary Schmitz,  director of PrayKC. “Through prayer, we are able to tap into God’s wisdom, strength, protection, and peace. He stands ready to respond to our needs when we humbly ask for divine intervention.”
Schmitz says that God is the one who gave us the promise in 2 Chronicles 7:14: “If my people, who are called by My name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” As we humbly and diligently seek Him, we’ll be changed, and we’ll see transformation in America through prayer!

Kansas City Metro National Day of Prayer Events

Platte City, MO
7AM to 7PM (12 Hours of Prayer)
Platte City Municipal Courthouse – 415 3rd St., Platte City, MO 64079
Contact Michael Lazio (816-520-5993)
Kansas City MO (Urban)  
1PM to 2PM
Bethlehem Christian Assembly – 2732 Forest Ave., KCMO 64109
Contact Ray Mabion (816-916-5315)
Kansas City, MO (South)
7:30AM to 8:45AM
Colonial Presbyterian Church – 9500 Wornall Rd., KCMO 64114
Contact Carol Robinson (913-219-0039) Jim West (816-942-3272)
Kansas City, MO (Urban)
10AM to 11AM Virtual Via ZOOM
Sponsored by the Concerned Clergy Coalition. Zoom Link.
Contact Cassandra Wainright (816-716-3473)
Shawnee/Lenexa, KS 
Shawnee City Hall – 11110 Johnson Dr., Shawnee, KS 11AM to 11:30AM
Lenexa City Hall Commons – 17101 W 87th St Pkwy, Lenexa, KS 66219 – 11:45AM to 12:15PM
Contact Chris Winn (913-485-6991) David McCowan (231-798-5445)
Overland Park, KS
Noon to 1PM
Westbrooke Church – 9777 Antioch Rd., Overland Park, KS 66212
Contact Patricia Brown (913-486-8489) Clint Hall 913-205-9694)
Leawood, KS
Noon to 1PM
Leawood City Hall – 4800 Town Center Drive, Leawood, KS
Contact Susie Barnes (913-851-5996) Charlotte McGahan (913-803-3831)
Lee’s Summit, MO 
9AM – 10AM
Lee’s Summit City Hall – 220 SE Green St., Lee’s Summit, MO 64063
Contact Fel Bagunu (816-674-7938) Adam Chiarelli (816-423-9729)
Olathe, KS
Noon to 1PM
Area between the City Offices and the new Johnson County Courthouse – 100 E. Santa Fe, Olathe, KS 66061 Contact Gary Kendall (913-269-1026) Nicole Dinsmore (913-256-8286)
Independence, MO
Noon to 1PM
Independence Courthouse – 112 W. Lexington Ave., Independence, MO
Contact Joe Nicola (816-260-9459) Deborah Neel (816-830-2335)
Northland Kansas City, MO
7PM to 8PM
Harmony Vineyard Church – 600 NE 46th St., Kansas City, MO 64116
Contact John Brown (816-587-8898)

The PrayKC Executive Team is comprised of Adam Cox, Jon Shirley, Samuel Smith, Greg Ealey, Carolyn Cofield, Diter Aguilar, Nancy Mitchell, Porsche Seals, Michael Lazio, Phil Kreiling and Adam Chiarelli.

PrayKC is a non-denominational organization reaching across urban, suburban and rural divides, socio-economic differences and race. Their goal is to come together across differences as the one body of Christ through the pandemic, heightened racial unrest, and political polarization.

For more information about events in your area, visit www.nationaldayofprayer.org.

–Dwight Widaman | Metro Voice

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