Community Prayer Walk in Hemet and San Jacinto seeks better health, love and prosperity in the New Year

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Blake Booth, left, pastor of Tougher than Hell Church in Hemet, and Brian Hawkins, pastor of Divine Appointment Worship Center in San Jacinto, Jeff Martin and Hawkin’s children Emmanuel and Naariah stand ready for a Community Prayer Walk New Year’s Eve in the parking lot of the Riverside County building on San Jacinto Street in Hemet. Valley News/Tony Ault photo
Brian Hawkins, pastor of Divine Appointment Worship Center in San Jacinto and new San Jacinto City Council member, prayed with Blake Booth, pastor of Tougher than Hell Church in Hemet, for healing for residents in Hemet and San Jacinto during a Community Prayer Walk New Year’s Eve. While the turnout was limited because of the current “stay at home” orders, the pastors walked with friends and family down S. San Jacinto Street between Oakland Avenue in Hemet and Menlo Avenue in San Jacinto praying for healing and for a better year for all the residents of the two cities and the county which is so divided in their political beliefs and weary of the pandemic. Following behind the pastors was Hawkins’ daughter Naariah, 8, who pulled a portable amplifier playing “Do It Again” b
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