On Friday evening, hundreds of Fayetteville, Georgia residents gathered at their local hospital to pray for everyone inside and “every healthcare worker, every first responder and every individual” in America, who are fighting the COVID-19 crisis.
It all unfolded at Piedmont Fayette Hospital, where residents of the community parked outside as they sang along to Christian music and prayed from inside their cars.
Alicia Fisher, a local resident, uploaded video of the moment to her Facebook account, where it went viral across other platforms over the weekend.
Fisher captioned the video with a prayer and Biblical scripture along with a description of what exactly took place.
Fisher wrote, “This is our community tonight gathering in our cars, at our hospital, Piedmont Fayette Hospital to pray over every single person in the building, every single worker, every window seal and every door post of this building from the front to the back, the top to the bottom ! Healing in JESUS NAME!!! Restoration!!! Comfort!!! Protection!!!! Wisdom!! Strength!!! Peace!!! FAITH!!!!!! LIFE!!!!!!!!!”
She continued, “Thank you to every healthcare worker, first responder, and every individual fighting this crisis- whether behind the scenes or on the front line here in our community and all over the nation who are tirelessly and faithfully fighting on our behalf. We are behind you. We are covering you!!! We THANK YOU!!!” Video Below
Like in Fayetteville, Americans all over the country have found unique ways to come together in compliance with the CDC’s social distancing guidelines. Continued Below
We leave you with video of a “Social Distancing Party” that was held on Friday in Buffalo, New York.
This social distancing party in Buffalo New York lets me know that our country is going to come through this juuuuuust fine pic.twitter.com/RaSXN7BMfU
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) March 28, 2020