National Day of Prayer


September 2020 commemorates several significant events. Among them are the 19th anniversary of September 11 and the 400th anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower. This is also the month many will gather in the U.S. Capitol for prayer.

The Return is a specific day set apart for a sacred assembly on the National Mall. Jonathan Cahn announced this day for prayer and repentance is scheduled for Saturday, September 26.

View Jonathan Cahn’s announcement as well as details regarding the event and a list of speakers at the website:

• September 18 Rosh Hashanah (the Feast of Trumpets) begins at sundown.
• September 27 Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement) begins at sundown.

The 10 days from September 18 through September 28 are known as the 10 days of repentance. The Return has set aside these 10 days as a special time of prayer and fasting. Details are also on the website.

The Washington Prayer March is scheduled for Saturday, September 26 at noon. Franklin Graham announced the march will begin at the Lincoln Memorial.

View Franklin Graham’s announcement as well as details regarding the march at the website:

During this time when there is significant division in our country, I hope we can all agree on the desperate need for prayer.

What will you be doing September 18 – 28 during the 10 days of repentance?


© 2020 SuZan Klassen                      All Rights Reserved

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