2022 National Day of Prayer

On Thursday, May 5, 2022, America observed the 71st annual National Day of Prayer, as millions of people from coast to coast again gathered for worship and prayer in city halls, county courthouses, parks, businesses and houses of worship.

Here in the greater Fort Hood area, NDP activities began Monday, May 2, with daily prayer meetings on Fort Hood, coordinated by the Men of Honor ministry.

On Wednesday, May 4, the young people at Greater Vision Community Church held their annual pre-NDP citywide youth prayer service. Youth from all over the city attended.

Then on Thursday, May 5, the official date of this year’s National Day of Prayer, God’s people gathered for prayer at many events around the area:

First Baptist Church
3310 S. WS Young Dr.

Body of Christ Outreach to Pacific Islanders
819 W. Hallmark Avenue

Bell County Courthouse
Loop 121, Belton

Open Book Fellowship
617 W. Veterans Memorial Blvd

AdventHealth Central Texas
2201 S. Clear Creed Road

Killeen City Hall (City Council Chambers)
101 N. College

Copperas Cove City Hall (Council Chambers)
508 S. 2nd Street, Copperas Cove

Pace Park (Salado)
Pace Park Road

Westside Baptist Church
194 Stagecoach Road

First United Methodist Church
3501 E. Elms Road

New Beginnings Assembly of God
859 Copperhead Circle, Harker Heights

West Fort Hood Soldiers Center
504 MI Bde, Bldg 91220

Comanche Chapel
52024 Tank Destroyer Blvd.

West Ft. Hood DFAC
Bldg 91226, Mohawk Rd.

9th ASOS, Air Force
Bldg 22038, 53rd Street

We want to thank everyone who helped make the 2022 National Day of Prayer a big success. We appreciate your participation and your help with the many public prayer events that took place. We believe our great God was glorified and is pleased.