TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Dozens of Christian students at Terre Haute South held a prayer meeting early Wednesday morning.
It was an event called, See You at the Pole. Traditionally, it's held at the flag pole. However, because of rain showers, it had to be moved under the awning near the high school's main entrance.
Nearly 50 students attended. They say they're excited to be able to share their faith with others.
"There's kids that come by and look, and they're like what's going on? We get to be a ministry to them and so it's a really good time to be able to do that and just be able to pray," Jesse Fox, a student said.
See you at the Pole is a national event that's taken place since 1990.
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