Prayer at Our Schools | Eastern North Carolina Now | This past Wednesday, September 28, 2022, three schools in Beaufort County District 8 participated in the annual “See You at the Pole” prayer event.

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    This past Wednesday, September 28, 2022, three schools in Beaufort County District 8 participated in the annual “See You at the Pole” prayer event. “See You at the Pole” (SYATP) is an international event when Christian students gather at their school flag poles. The fourth Wednesday in September is the designated day for SYATP which is traditionally a student-led event with the sole purpose of lifting up prayers for school, country, and each other. This was the first time in several years Beaufort County Schools in District 8 observed SYATP.

    In a time when prayer is desperately needed across America, it was a blessing to see our young people at Bath Elementary, Northeast Elementary and Northside High coming together for a collective time of prayer. This year’s event was very successful and there is already talk about next year’s SYATP. A special thanks goes out to principals, staff and especially students who took the lead and made this very special event happen.

    Donald and Alexandra Shreve
        Bath, NC
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( October 9th, 2022 @ 6:10 pm )
 
Thank You Mr. Boyd,
Your comments are very encouraging. We will work hard this upcoming year to recruit more schools in Beaufort County to participate in the National day recognition for See You at the Pole.Donald Shreve
( October 9th, 2022 @ 4:29 pm )
 
Great to see that so many are determined to see that a student's right to pray are still available in our schools. I would hope that every principal would allow Christian Student groups to gather together to pray, and more often than once a year.
( October 6th, 2022 @ 5:38 am )
 
Thank you! I graduated WHS in 78'. I never heard of any prayer meetings back then. I learned to pray in 81' when The Lord drew me to Himself and saved me from my sins. God bless you in your ministry to our young people. So many bad things are available today. I appreciate you encouraging one of the best things in life: prayer to The God of Scripture in the Name of Jesus Christ.



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