About Black Hills NDP

Amy Wagner is the South Dakota State Coordinator for the National Day of Prayer. She lives in the Black Hills near Rapid City.  For more information regarding activities of the Black Hills Area National Day of Prayer, you may contact her at amy@bhndp.org, or call 605.923.8953.


The Black Hills Area National Day of Prayer is a patriotic organization that is committed to calling the nation to prayer. God-centered and nation-focused, the mission  is to mobilize prayer in the Black Hills throughout the year and to encourage personal repentance, righteousness in our culture, and unity within the Body of Christ.

Prayer has always been used for guidance, protection and strength.

Through prayer we actually experience a heartfelt relationship with God by talking with Him and listening to Him.

Event/Programs Descriptions

The Adopt-a School Program offers every Rapid City church the opportunity to provide prayer support for our children by adopting a Rapid City school of their choice.  Adopting a school can mean many things, but the end result is a partnership with the school to help students and staff succeed and enrich their lives and our community. For more information on the Adopt-a-School Program you can go to BlackHillsNDP.org.

National Day of Prayer – The National Day of Prayer is an annual observance held on the first Thursday of May, inviting people of all faiths to pray for the nation. It was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress, and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman.  For more information on local observances, see our National Day of Prayer page.

Monumental Hour of Prayer – The Monumental Hour of Prayer is an event where we will gather at one of our nation’s greatest monuments – Mt. Rushmore – and pray for our nation.