The Bridge Celebrates the National Day of Prayer

Above are some photos from our time together: The Bridge Chaplain Joel Reynolds reads a poem written by a resident especially for the National Day of Prayer. The Bridge administrator Darren Hulgan participates in the National Day of Prayer. One of the Bridge residents led the group in singing “Amazing Grace” during our celebration.

On Thursday, May 1st at 12:15PM the staff and residents paused in the Bridge Dining Room to observe the National Day of Prayer.  Each year on the first Thursday in May the National Day of Prayer is held.  It is a time to pause and pray for our country, communities, and one another.

This year every facility in the Signature family held a special prayer time on the National Day of Prayer.  The Bridge at Monteagle was proud to participate in such an important day and was blessed to pray together and lift up our country and homes together.

Our gathering was attended by twenty of our Monteagle staff and 45 residents.  During our time together we prayed for our facility, communities, country, president and congress, and servicemen and women serving around the world.

The Bridge Administrator, Darren Hulgan began our event by reading scripture and praying for our facility and residents.  Chaplain Joel Reynolds lead a time of prayer for our country, read a National Day of Prayer poem by one of our residents, and led all gathered in reciting the Lord’s Prayer.  It was a special and encouraging time for all gathered.

Tammy Byers