This Saturday: Stop the Government’s Attack On Your Religious Liberty

October 15, 2012

The nationwide Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally is less than a week away, and I thought you’d appreciate a quick reminder about our planned event in Concord so you can set aside one hour to pray with us on Saturday for the return of religious liberty in America.

When you come out for the rally at noon on Saturday, Oct. 20, at the N.H. State House in Concord, you will be joining people of faith in more than 100 cities across the country who will be opposing President Obama’s HHS Mandate and other attacks on your religious liberty. This peaceful rally will include guest speakers, hymns and prayers for our nation. Please bring your family!

You’ll be adding your voice to the thousands denouncing the Mandate, which requires ALL employers–even religious charities–to provide free contraceptives, sterilization and abortion-inducing drugs through their health plans. You’ll also be taking a stand for religious expression in the state’s public square and joining others who think like you do in a communal prayer for our inalienable religious rights.

Here are all the details:

     What: STAND UP FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM RALLY

     When: Saturday, Oct. 20, noon to 1 p.m.

     Site: New Hampshire State House Lawn

     Address:  25 Capitol Street, Concord, NH 03301

Please help me get the word out about the Concord Stand Up For Religious Freedom Rally through e-mail, Facebook, church contacts, and every other way you can. Please tell your friends across the country about it, too. All rally event locations are posted at www.standupforreligiousfreedom.com.

You can help us make this event historic! Similar rallies held in March and June drew more than 120,000 faithful Americans to more than 300 rally sites. Can you help us double or even triple the size of Saturday’s rallies when the stakes are even higher and Election Day (Tuesday, Nov. 6) is only weeks away?

Please come out Saturday, Oct. 20 at noon and help keep the issue of religious freedom in the public eye at this critical moment.