See You at the Pole “Return, Restore, Revive” Part Two!
For those who were unable to meet on the fourth Wednesday in September, we would like to invite you to join other students in our area on Wednesday, October 28, 2020, as they participate in the 30th annual See You at the Pole™ (SYATP) part two.
We strongly encourage students to follow all applicable local school guidelines and mandates.
SYATP is about one simple thing – STUDENTS in PRAYER. Before school, students will meet at their school’s flagpole to pray for their friends, families, teachers, school, city, state and nation to God. SYATP is a student-initiated, student-organized and student-led event. This year's SYATP theme is "Return, Restore, Revive" and the scripture verse is 2 Kings 23:25 (MSG) - "There was no king to compare with Josiah—neither before nor after—a king who turned in total and repentant obedience to God, heart and mind and strength, following the instructions revealed to and written by Moses. The world would never again see a king like Josiah."
GET INVOLVED AND PREPARE FOR SYATP
We hope you will get involved with this year's SYATP. On this page are graphics you can download to help you promote this momentous day at your school and in your community. For additional resources including FAQs, videos, info about students’ rights, planning checklists and additional graphics, visit SYATP.com. You can also visit the online store for resources including posters, masks, T-shirts, wristbands and lanyards. Students can also download the Campus Prayer App. Go to your app store and download “Campus Prayer." It will help you prepare for SYATP and keep the movement alive at your school. Download the complete SYATP preparation checklist here.
Report your attendance numbers and post pictures to social media!
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org to report how many students attended SYATP at your school.
- Post your attendance numbers, pictures and videos on social media with the #FPAL. In your post, be sure to list the name of your school.
- Tag First Priority in your posts @FIRSTPRIORITYAL.
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