Wilson County Prayer Walk

The Wilson County Black History Committee joins with churches and neighbors from across Wilson County to lift up our community and nation. Our hope is to hear every voice united in a prayer, to show love to every neighbor, and to see every heart turn to God. Everyone is welcome and everyone can pray!

Please take note of the following:

Items to Bring: face coverings encouraged/but not required, bottle of water, poster boards or signs with encouraging messages of faith, hope, and love (i.e. scripture verses, positive/uplifting phrases like “we’re praying for you”, “Jesus loves you”, or “we love our city”)

Items not to Bring: politically divisive slogans, mantras from other movements, and/or merchandise that reflects a particular affiliation/allegiance to any political and/or movement other than the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Instructions for those gathering in Lebanon:

Meet at the Lebanon First United Methodist Church parking lot and be ready to go at 9 am.

Prayer stops: Compassionate Hands (unhoused), funeral homes (sick, hurting, mourning, covid), jail (Police, Fire, EMT, etc, leaders, those who have made poor decisions, etc), Pickett Chapel (racial reconciliation), First Baptist (looking at govt buildings pray for our govt, all levels), square (pray for Lebanon and our businesses), ilbrary (pray for schools and students, teachers, etc.) then back to First UMC.