Ecumenical Coalition celebrates 14 years, final prayer service
By BRETT MARINO
Daily News Staff Writer
LAKE ARTHUR – On Monday, the Coalition Prayer Service celebrated its fourteenth anniversary and final prayer service at the Christian Campground here. Many people from different faith backgrounds and those who understand the struggle of addiction participated in the service to bid farewell to a support group that helped all those affected by addiction and its consequences.
Members from three Lake Arthur churches were the pillars for the service: Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church, First Baptist Church, and First United Methodist Church. The service began with praise and worship music, led by the 20-plus member band and choir. Scripture passages were read after the formal worship session, followed by presentations from each church community.For the complete story and more local news, please subscribe to Jennings Daily News by clicking subscribe or by calling 337-824-3011.
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