As the 11th Anniversary of September 11th nears there's a way for you to remember that day.
The organization "Cry out America" is hosting a service September 9, that will bring together different pastors, speakers, musicians and emergency personnel.
"The main purpose of getting together is to remember 9/11 and that we face that horrible crisis," said Muskingum County Event Coordinator Amy Moore. "It's kind of a prayer gathering for the nation and also remembering the fallen of 9/11."
Moore said it's important to pray during this time especially with issues like the global economy, volatile situations in other countries and issues within our own country.
"I believe that this nation is wonderful and I believe that we were built on biblical principals. For us as believers, the more people that get together and pray the better. We just want to see this nation restored. We want to see us come back. We want to see a united States of America because it's so divided now."
The event is open to everyone and will take place in front of the Muskingum County Courthouse at 2pm Sunday. Moore also encourages those that attend to bring a lawn chair along.