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Salisbury Academy ‘See You at the Pole’

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Salisbury Academy students pray.

Salisbury Academy students pray.

Salisbury Academy students and staff took part Wednesday in the “See You at the Pole” worldwide day of prayer. Held annually on the fourth Wednesday of September, the student-led rally brings millions of students together in prayer across the globe.

Guitarist John Kale and Salisbury Academy teacher Brittney Wagner led the Salisbury Academy community in song.

“We feel blessed to be able to exercise our freedom with students, and to join students all around the nation who are meeting simultaneously around their own flags,” said Wagner. “It’s a wonderful time of joining together as one school family.”

Students bow their heads and join hands in prayer, praying for their world, their leaders, the community and their school.

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