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Interfaith Representatives Open Hamilton City Council Meetings with Prayer

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are joining with other faith representatives in opening Hamilton City Council meetings with prayer, Hamilton News reports this week.

The article continues: "Interfaith council representatives say the positive action sends an enthusiastic message of inclusion to all society and reflects the city's changing demographics."

"We hope prayers, led by a more representative selection of faith leaders, may help guide and encourage our mayor and councillors in fulfilling the obligations for which they have been elected."

Read the full article in the Hamilton News.

Last year Latter-day Saints in Tauranga made a video about the many reasons people pray.


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