A community breakfast and prayer time is planned to mark the National Day of Prayer on May 3, beginning at 9 a.m. with breakfast served in Founders Hall at Trinity United Church of Christ, 22 Washington St. After the meal, participants, according to a release, will move outside to the parking lot overlooking Tamaqua to offer prayers for various areas of American society and culture. The prayer portion will be led by members of the Tamaqua Ministerial Association. All are welcome. An offering of $5 will help defray the cost of the breakfast. Excess offerings will be donated to the Tamaqua Hunger Walk that weekend. Churches are asked to determine how many people they will have at the event and report it to George Taylor at 570-6684451 or firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday.