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See You at the Pole closes off September

Student’s meet early for peer lead worship and prayer
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Giada Gilmore Young

At Fresno Christian Schools, See You At The Pole is a long-term tradition that began in 2001. Although this event takes place on a different day each year, it consistently is on a September morning filled with fellowship in prayer. This year it took place 7 a.m. to 7:45 a.m. Sept. 27.

Each year the Fresno Christian Worship team oversees the event, using their gifts to lead students in worship. Senior Paige Deffenbacher explains how students join together with a common goal: to praise God.

The morning consists of worship through music, and a time of prayer focusing on the country, government, administration, and more. It creates an opportunity to get students together and share the love of Christ.

Worship is led by seniors Deffenbacher, Donovan Guglielmana, and Serenity Cortez joined by freshman Rachel Garcia. On the box drum is freshman Gavin Gonzalez, with junior Lyla Hinton playing the piano. Last but not least is freshman Jane Higton on the guitar.

The worship leaders come together in prayer between songs. (Giada Gilmore Young)

Guglielmana shares the intentionality of SYATP and the best part of it all. 

“It wasn’t a mandatory thing for students so that means everyone who showed up wanted to be there,” Guglielmana says.

As he addressed, SYATP is a completely optional worship and prayer program. Even though it is optional there is at least one or two kids from each grade stretching through sixth grade to senior year.

In between songs, students are given a prayer prompt. They gather in small groups and pray over the given topic together. 

Higton elaborates on her experience at SYATP. 

“I thought it was a great opportunity to worship the Lord and everybody to just come together and do that,” Higton says. 

The next SYATP won’t be until next year. For more exciting events visit The Feather news page!

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Brooklyn Tweedy, Journalist
Freshman, Brooklyn Tweedy, is a journalist on The Feather. She’s also a cheerleader. She hopes to learn more writing and videography skills. Tweedy is currently learning about crochet, spanish, and more performing arts than just acting. She can’t wait to write for The Feather and hopes to see you around!

Giada Gilmore Young, Photojournalist
Giada Gilmore Young sprints through life with a camera in her hand. She is a freshman at Fresno Christian Schools and a first-year photojournalist on the Feather. Gilmore Young owns her own business called Interwoven, which sells creative and upcycled goods. She plays piano for the worship team, runs Track & field and Cross Country, and serves as a student leader.
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