Virginia Call to Prayer Day has Been Declared April 6, 2011


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Join Your State and National Elected Leaders for an Historic Event at the State Capital

America’s right to trust in God is under attack. Your state and national elected leaders have declared April 6, 2011, as the Virginia Call to Prayer Day! You are invited to the State Capitol to stand with your elected officials:

  • Support the formation of the Virginia Commonwealth Prayer Caucus, a bi-partisan group of state legislators united to defend America’s right to trust in God.
  • Sign the Virginia Call to Prayer Proclamation.
  • Sign the re-affirmation of our national motto: In God We Trust



Virginia is at the forefront of a movement that is growing daily with more than 20 states working towards forming legislative prayer caucuses. The Virginia Commonwealth Prayer Caucus will be part of a nationwide communication network of like-minded U.S. and state elected leaders and praying citizens who can be mobilized for strategic action.

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