Coming together in song and prayer

Barbara Schoenly, National Day of Prayer coordinator for Salisbury, gave opening remarks at the ceremony held at Salisbury Town Hall on Thursday, May. 4. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

SALISBURY — A group of about 40 people came to Town Hall on a chilly evening, Thursday, May 4, for a National Day of Prayer observance.

Barbara Schoenly, the Northwest Corner coordinator for the National Day of Prayer, opened the ceremony, saying “America is in crisis, within and without. 

“If there’s ever been a time for prayer, it’s now.”

First Selectman Curtis Rand read a proclamation from Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.

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