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Multi-Faith Religious Leaders To Pray Together In Nevada On Eve Of US Elections

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A multi-faith prayer service is being held in Reno, Nevada on the evening before the General Election of November 8.

Various Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Jewish and Atheist leaders will participate in this Service; starting at seven pm at South Reno United Methodist Church (SRUMC), on Monday, November 7; which is open to all.

Besides prayers, it will include meditation, greeting one another, lighting of candles, readings, etc. Sharing the Bread of Peace together “as a symbol of community and care for one another” will also form part of the Service.

Hindu statesman Rajan Zed will read the invocation from ancient scriptures.

Reverend Dawn Flower Blundell is Senior Pastor at SRUMC, whose tagline is: “Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors.”


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One thought on “Multi-Faith Religious Leaders To Pray Together In Nevada On Eve Of US Elections

  • November 7, 2016 at 4:20 am
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    OH! that will do a lot of good. Maybe they should predict the apocalypse while they are at it.

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