Community gathers for National Day of Prayer

Many families gathered at the National Day of Prayer last week in Steiner Ranch.

Many from the community gathered at the 3rd annual Steiner Ranch National Day of Prayer on Thursday at Towne Square.

“It went great, had 60 – 70 adults and children. It was a wonderful morning,” said Sabryna Taggart, who helped organize the event with her husband Dan.

Many participated in National Day of Prayer including Shawn Dilbeck, worship pastor at the Church at Canyon Creek, who sang the opening and closing songs;  Don Dumbacher, Steiner pastor of Hill Country Bible Church; Darril Holden Jr., teaching pastor at Austin Christian Fellowship; Josh Howard, youth pastor at HCBC; Burton Hackney, elder at ACF; and Chris Turnley.

Local leaders from the Moms in Prayer International group shared words, scripture readings and prayed with the group including Debbie King, Amy Kerr and Amy Mintner.

Students participated too including Abby and Kate, seniors at Vandegrift, Ashley, Bronson and Cole, Canyon Ridge Middle School, 7th and 8th graders, who read Bible verses, and Emilia King and Eden McSpadden representing elementary schools in Steiner.

Debbie King and Emilia participate in the event in Steiner Ranch.
Right: Local families came out to pray.

Sabryna Taggart

Burton Hackney, an elder at Austin Christian Fellowship, shared at the National Day of Prayer last week.  

Abby and Kate

Don Dumbacher

Cole Armer and Eden McSpadden

Josh Howard