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Prayer breakfast back at full capacity | Religion

After two years of COVID-related restrictions, the Upper Adams Prayer Breakfast is once again open to anyone who wishes to attend.

Pastor Dan Kriel of Swift Run Four Square Gospel Church will lead the group at its Monday, April 4 gathering, which begins at 7:45 a.m. with breakfast before the 8 a.m. singing and presentation. Reserve a spot by calling Charlotte Bergmann at 717-528-8242.

Reverend Kriel has been at Swift Run on New Chester Road for five years after many years of youth ministry, earning his bachelor’s degree from Shippensburg University and his master’s degree in divinity from Lancaster Bible College. He is a native of Biglerville.

Everyone is invited to attend this multi-faith group to partake in food and fellowship on the first Monday of every month at the Apple Bin Bakery and Grille on State Road 234 west of Biglerville.

The vocals are led by Carol Rex, often with the help of Klaus Bergmann on accordion. The guest speaker’s presentation follows with special prayers as requested. The program usually ends around 9 am. All regulars and visitors are asked to register in advance to facilitate planning.

The May 2 meeting will be led by the Reverend Ben Siebert, pastor of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Arendtsville, as he returns for the first time in over a year.