Join community and faith leaders at the May 4th gathering, coming together in community to lift up the needs of our nation and local community. The National Day of Prayer was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress, and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman. It is a day that transcends differences, bringing together citizens from all backgrounds. This annual observance held on the first Thursday of May, invites people of all faiths…Find out more »
Join in the Jubilee! The conference will begin on Friday afternoon with registration and time with vendors, then workshops and dinner. Saturday will feature workshops, two meals, and more opportunities for shopping. You will be introduced to more than a dozen authors, and learn a variety of skills for running your church library including financing, program development, and using the latest technology. We will recognize our Honorary Life Members and celebrate our history.Find out more »
*** Please Note: We ask that all events submitted to AM for approval for our calendar be aligned with our mission for uniting people of faith to build stronger communities. We appreciate submissions regarding any faith-based event, free services to our community, or opportunities for locals to access helpful resources. We accept posts for fundraising events that benefit vulnerable people in our community and which are hosted by a local faith community. We also reserve the right to deny any submission request without contacting the submitter due to work load and time constraints, however if you have any questions about our events calendar or the way we decide what makes it onto our events calendar feel free to contact us at Communications@AssociatedMinistries.org.