Bill Would Create “Day of Prayer” For Kentucky Students

Mar 19, 2018

By Tom Kenny

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – An annual day of prayer for Kentucky’s students would become part of state law under a bill passed Thursday in the House.

House Bill 40 sponsor Rep. Regina Huff, R-Williamsburg, said the annual prayer event has been proclaimed by Kentucky’s governor the past two years. HB 40 would designate the last Wednesday of September each year as “A Day of Prayer for Kentucky’s Students” by law, and require the governor to issue an annual proclamation for the event.

Huff said that HB 40 is respectful of all faiths by asking that Kentuckians spend the day praying, meditating or reflecting “in accordance with their own faith and consciences.” Students would be allowed to participate in the event at school before the start of the instructional day.

“Their event at school will be student-initiated and conducted, and always before the start of the school day,” Huff said.

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One comment on “Bill Would Create “Day of Prayer” For Kentucky Students”

  • @OP –
    Huff said that HB 40 is respectful of all faiths
    by asking that Kentuckians spend the day praying, meditating or reflecting
    “in accordance with their own faith and consciences.”
    “Their event at school will be student-initiated and conducted,
    and always before the start of the school day,” Huff said.

    With some in full Pastafarian regalia?



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