Mayor's Prayer Breakfast Tuesday

Monday, Feb. 25, 2013 7:46 AM
Last updated 6:24 PM
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The next Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast will be Tuesday at Master’s Table Soup Kitchen, 702 Fenwick St.

Habitat for Humanity will provide breakfast, and its executive director, Dennis Hoyt, will be the host.

Prayers will begin at 8 a.m., followed by breakfast at 9 a.m.

The Rev. Gregory Young, former Augusta Commissioner Matt Aitken and Mayor Deke Copenhaver will attend.

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soapy_725 02/25/13 - 12:51 pm
Dear Lord/Allah/Jehovah/Buhda, deliver us from the prying eyes

of the citizens of Augusta-Richmond County. They seek to know our ways. God thou knowest that our hearts are pure and we seek no gain of filthy lucre for ourselves. God we choose only to serve the public. To be the servants of man or woman. We seek to glorify God in these prayer meetings. We seek to save the taxpayers of ARC from relying on accumulated wealth as their salvation.

Give us, oh God, the wisdom and power to remove all of the temptation of money from the taxpayers. And most of all, forgive us for we know not what we do. All this we humbly ask according to Your Will. He He He He (-:

palmetto1008 02/25/13 - 09:56 pm
The mayor needs all the

The mayor needs all the prayers he can get.

i-feel-older-2day 02/26/13 - 01:56 pm
I went to the breakfast and

I went to the breakfast and had a wonderful time. Great fellowship with those that are not in my circle of friendships. I also heard about somethings that go unnoticed by most. I walked way with a greater understand and appreciation for our city. Thanks

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