Community prayer service brings church members, community together
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HENDERSON, Tenn. — Members of a West Tennessee church along with some of the area’s finest come together to pray. The meeting took place at the Chester County Criminal Justice Center, where standing room only was available with more than 200 residents showing up to pray. Representatives from all parts of the Henderson community, including teachers, EMS personnel, local police and different denominations joined in prayer for the community. “I believe that good people of this land need to stand up and speak out and let the rest of this know and young people know that we are a nation of law and order and support those who protect and serve,” said Pastor Larry Holley of Old Path Baptist Church. The meeting was called in light of recent attacks on members of police all around the nation.