North St. Paul Prayer Breakfast attracts large crowd


North St. Paul Community Prayer Breakfast committee members Crist Langelett, left, and Kitty Sundberg, right, visit with guests after the Sept. 26 event. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Kirsten Broman King, a North graduate, was the guest speaker at the 32nd annual North St. Paul Community Prayer Breakfast at K&J Catering Sept. 26. Kirsten, who serves on the staff of Youth and Family Ministries at First Evangelical Free Church in Maplewood, spoke on striving for unity in community and Colossians 3:12-13 and James 1:5. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

About 85 people attended the North St. Paul Community Prayer Breakfast on Sept. 26 at K & J Catering in North St. Paul.

The guest speaker, Kirsten Broman King, grew up in North St. Paul and serves in the Youth and Family Ministries department at First Free Church in Maplewood and is a member of the St. Paul Prayer Board. Her talk focused on the importance of strengthening community bonds, and stressed that the word "unity" can be found within the word "community."

Mayor Mike Kuehn also spoke to the crowd, and special music was provided by Luke Olson and Dorkham See.

 

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