January 18, 2013

Adam Hamilton Preaches at National Prayer Service

It was announced today (Friday) that Adam Hamilton will deliver the sermon at the National Prayer Service in Washington D.C. on Tuesday, January 22. This weekend President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden will formally recommit to serving the people of the United States at the 57th Presidential Inauguration. The national prayer service is held at the Washington National Cathedral at the conclusion of weekend’s activities and will celebrate America’s diversity of faith traditions.

This highly anticipated service dates back to the time of George Washington and includes prayers, readings, blessings and hymns delivered by religious leaders from across the United States.  

The service will be held on Tuesday, January 22nd at 10:30am EST (9:30am CST) and will be webcast live at www.nationalcathedral.org. A press announcement and additional information can be found at http://www.2013pic.org/press/release/rev.-adam-hamilton-selected-to-deliver-sermon-at-national-prayer-service.

Adam is pastor of Church of the Resurrection in Kansas and is well known throughout United Methodism. He is grounded in our Wesleyan heritage that emphasizes the primacy of scripture, the intersection of personal piety and social holiness, along with open-arm engagement with other faiths. 

Let us all pray for our nation.

Grace, Kathy

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