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3rd Liberty County Prayer March Oct. 1

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    Attendees at the 2nd Annual Liberty County Prayer March honor the country during the National Anthem. The Vindicator | Kim Marlow
  • Community members offer praise during the 2nd Annual Prayer March that was moved indoors due to weather. The Vindicator | Kim Marlow

The Liberty County Prayer March organizers are working hard to get the word out around the area as the 3rd Annual event is just around the corner.

This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 1 at Noon in Liberty and, as always, is set to take place around the downtown area, although last year hard rains made their way to the area and it was relocated indoors at the Jack Hartel Building.

Jane Delaney is one of the driving forces behind the event, and she is hoping this year will be bigger than ever as com- munity members come out to lift the county, state and nation in prayer.

She hopes community members from all over the county will answer the call to come out and join together to help lift the country through prayer and fellowship at the event.

Delaney encourages folks to decorate their bikes, golf carts and ATVs in a patriotic fashion and reminds everyone to bring lawn chairs.

Everything will get underway at the Vara Faye Daniel Pavilion.

Local community leaders are expected to welcome attendees and introduce several area church leaders and elected officials before beginning the march around town.

This year’s prayer focus is 2 Chronicles 7:14.

“ If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”

There will be stops where local pastors will offer a word of prayer at the Liberty City Hall, Liberty County Courthouse, Liberty First United Methodist Church, First Baptist, and the Immaculate Conception Church.

The event is not political, and organizers ask that attendees refrain from wearing any political attire.

For more questions, contact Jane Delaney at 713248-9204 or, or Dede Taylor at 936-334-6043 or dedetaylor@