Gov. Kemp to Hold Day of Prayer Service

Atlanta, GA – On Monday, April 27, Governor Brian P. Kemp will join faith leaders from across Georgia in a Day of Prayer service at the Georgia State Capitol.

WHO: Governor Brian P. Kemp, Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan, Speaker David Ralston, faith leaders, and state officials

WHEN: Monday, April 27 at 10 AM

WHERE: Capitol Rotunda, Georgia State Capitol

The service will be live-streamed at This event is not open to the general public to ensure adherence to social distancing guidelines.


One Comment on “Gov. Kemp to Hold Day of Prayer Service”

  1. If prayer worked, there wouldn’t be a sick child on the planet. Chalk this up to one more useless and reckless decision this governor has made. Take religion out of politics and take advantage of science, it will actually help people.

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