National Day of Prayer

FBC Farmerville:

Before the COVID-19 Virus, May 7 was set aside as the National Day of Prayer. Since we cannot carry out the National Day of Prayer in our normal manner, we are encouraging all Churches to set aside the noon hour of that day to lift our voices in prayer. Prayer just might be our highest responsibility right now!

Pray for our nation and it’s leaders. Pray for all of those personally affected by the virus. Pray that the virus will soon be gone and life will begin to return to normal. Pray for all those on the front lines fighting for us every day. And pray that God’s will be accomplished in all of our lives!

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Sheriff’s Scholarship on hold

Seniors, the 2020 Louisiana Sheriff ’s Scholarship selection process has been postponed, due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. The selection date will be determined at a future date. We will update you as soon as we learn more.

Census information available online

The U.S. Census Bureau is encouraging all Americans to provide accurate information for the 2020 census because the results of the survey will determine how billions of dollars in federal funding will be allocated in the decade ahead. This will affect everything from health clinics and school lunches to disaster recovery. Enter your information online at