‘See You At the Station’ set for Wednesday

Residents wishing to support their local law enforcement with prayer are set to meet in front of various police stations at 7:15 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23 to pray for the men and women who work there.

The idea began as a national movement after recent incidents of police officers being killed, according to the Facebook page “See You at the Station.”

“With so many police officers killed recently, I felt compelled to start a movement to pray over our local police officers. In the spirit of the national ‘See You At the Police’ day on Wednesday, Sept. 23, please join me at your local police station at 7:15 a.m. to pray over the men and women who work there,” according to the Facebook site.

Each police department’s Facebook site lists numerous people signing up to attend including Port Arthur, Nederland, Groves, Port Neches and Beaumont among others.

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