LIFESTYLE

A community prays

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot
The Greencastle-Antrim community observed the National Day of Prayer Thursday, May 5, with a service at the First United Methodist Church and an outdoor vigil in front of borough hall. The indoor service included the pledge to the flag, music, scripture and, of course, prayer. Outside, Pastor Margaret Miller led prayer for a small group that gathered.

The Greencastle-Antrim community observed the National Day of Prayer Thursday, May 5, with a service at the First United Methodist Church and an outdoor vigil in front of borough hall. The indoor service included the pledge to the flag, music, scripture and, of course, prayer. Outside, Pastor Margaret Miller led prayer for a small group that gathered.

The Greencastle-Antrim community observed the National Day of Prayer Thursday, May 5, with a service at the First United Methodist Church and an outdoor vigil in front of borough hall. The indoor service included the pledge to the flag, music, scripture and, of course, prayer. Outside, Pastor Margaret Miller led prayer for a small group that gathered.