Local residents show up to pray at annual breakfast
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Bishop Cecil Richardson of Lighthouse Light of the World Christian Ministries in Crows Landing stirs up the crowd at the prayer breakfast Saturday, Feb. 2, at the Federated-Methodist Church with his sermon titled, "Does Anyone Have a Light?"--Photo by Jonathan Partridge/Patterson Irrigator
Bishop Cecil Richardson of Lighthouse Light of the World Christian Ministries in Crows Landing stirs up the crowd at the prayer breakfast Saturday, Feb. 2, at the Federated-Methodist Church with his sermon titled, "Does Anyone Have a Light?"--Photo by Jonathan Partridge/Patterson Irrigator
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Sacred Heart Catholic Church parishioner Aviana Rivera provides inspirational music for attendees.--Photo by Jonathan Partridge/Patterson Irrigator
Sacred Heart Catholic Church parishioner Aviana Rivera provides inspirational music for attendees.--Photo by Jonathan Partridge/Patterson Irrigator
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Mayor Luis Molina gives the keynote address on Christian unity and community outreach before leading attendees in a rendition of "God Bless America."--Photo by Jonathan Partridge/Patterson Irrigator
Mayor Luis Molina gives the keynote address on Christian unity and community outreach before leading attendees in a rendition of "God Bless America."--Photo by Jonathan Partridge/Patterson Irrigator
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The Rev. Jeremy Dixon of Sacred Heart Catholic Church addresses the crowd at Patterson's third annual prayer breakfast Saturday, Feb. 2, at the Federated-Methodist Church before praying for first responders in the community, such as police, firefighters and emergency medical technicians.--Photo by Jonathan Partridge/Patterson Irrigator
The Rev. Jeremy Dixon of Sacred Heart Catholic Church addresses the crowd at Patterson's third annual prayer breakfast Saturday, Feb. 2, at the Federated-Methodist Church before praying for first responders in the community, such as police, firefighters and emergency medical technicians.--Photo by Jonathan Partridge/Patterson Irrigator
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Daveion Lyles and Jordan Patterson recite Scripture passages during Patterson's third annual prayer breakfast Saturday, Feb. 2.--Photo by Jonathan Partridge/Patterson Irrigato
Daveion Lyles and Jordan Patterson recite Scripture passages during Patterson's third annual prayer breakfast Saturday, Feb. 2.--Photo by Jonathan Partridge/Patterson Irrigato
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Attendees from several local churches turned out to Patterson's third annual prayer breakfast at the Federated Methodist-Presbyterian Church on Saturday, Feb. 2.

Mayor Luis Molina served as keynote speaker. Both the Remade Band of the Federated Church and Aviana Rivera of Sacred Heart performed during the breakfast.

Bishop Cecil Richardson of Lighthouse Light of the World Christian Ministries gave a sermon titled, "Does Anyone Have a Light?"

In addition, clergy from several churches led prayers for local schools, families and emergency personnel and for U.S. soldiers.
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