Prayer buses will join gathering at site of Moore school destroyed by May 20 tornado

The Oklahoma-based Prayer Force One ministry will join a gathering Saturday at the site of Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: August 30, 2013

The Prayer Force One bus ministry started by an Oklahoma pastor will join with the National Day of Prayer tour bus at 3 p.m. Saturday at the site of Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore.

The Rev. Ed Moore, Prayer Force One founder, said first responders from the May 20 tornado will be honored during the gathering at 852 SW 11.

Moore, a former state legislator, is pastor of Pecan Valley Baptist Church in Newalla.

“In the moments that followed the disaster, millions of prayers were going up on behalf of people of Moore, as well as for those who first responded to the disaster. Now we would like to invite the praying public to honor these brave men and women in person,” Moore said.

The National Day of Prayer bus is on a 100-day tour that includes stops in more than 300 cities and towns to raise awareness about the National Day of Prayer.

The National Day of Prayer bus will stop from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday at First United Methodist Church of Oklahoma City, 131 NW 4, near the Oklahoma City National Memorial, before joining Prayer Force One in Moore.

The National Day of Prayer bus also will appear at First Baptist Church of Moore, 301 NE 27, on Sunday before moving on to Tulsa.

The public is invited to attend.

For more information, call Moore at 386-3226

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