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The National Day of Prayer in photos
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Dozens gather Thursday, May 6, 2021, in downtown Gainesville for the annual National Day of Prayer. This year for COVID-19 protection, the prayer station signs were moved to each group around the square. Each station, which is led in prayer by a community member, focuses on a specific topic in society: media, business, education, family, church, military and government.

by Scott Rogers
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Airline Baptist Church's Chase Reed leads a prayer for business Thursday, May 6, 2021, in downtown Gainesville during the annual National Day of Prayer. This year for COVID-19 protection, the prayer station signs were moved to each group around the square. Each station, which is led in prayer by a community member, focuses on a specific topic in society: media, business, education, family, church, military and government.

by Scott Rogers
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People arrive to the square Thursday, May 6, 2021, in downtown Gainesville for the annual National Day of Prayer. This year for COVID-19 protection, the prayer station signs were moved to each group around the square. Each station, which is led in prayer by a community member, focuses on a specific topic in society: media, business, education, family, church, military and government.

by Scott Rogers
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Col. Kevin Jarrard leads a prayer for the military Thursday, May 6, 2021, in downtown Gainesville during the annual National Day of Prayer. This year for COVID-19 protection, the prayer station signs were moved to each group around the square. Each station, which is led in prayer by a community member, focuses on a specific topic in society: media, business, education, family, church, military and government.

by Scott Rogers
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Dozens gather Thursday, May 6, 2021, in downtown Gainesville for the annual National Day of Prayer. This year for COVID-19 protection, the prayer station signs were moved to each group around the square. Each station, which is led in prayer by a community member, focuses on a specific topic in society: media, business, education, family, church, military and government.

by Scott Rogers