prayer MARCH 2020

What Is the Washington Prayer March
The Washington Prayer March 2020 event is a dedicated prayer march that is focused solely on asking God to heal our land. It is not a protest or political event, and we are asking participants to not bring signs in support of any candidate or party.
What Will Happen
At each stop, we will pray silently using the focus and prompts for each location. There will be no microphones or audio amplification for the march. After a set period of time, we will move on to the next stop.
Saturday, September 26
Along the National Mall, starting at the Lincoln Memorial and ending at the U.S. Capitol. Approximately 1.8 miles. See route map.
Start time
Noon. Gather at the Lincoln Memorial Plaza at 11:30 a.m. This site has access to bus drop-off from the south and access to the Metro (subway) from the north.
Approximately 2 hours

Prayer March 2020 Livestream: Hosted by Mike Huckabee & Cissie Graham Lynch
Pray for America from wherever you are as Franklin Graham leads a nationwide prayer march in Washington, D.C. The 1.8-mile march through the National Mall stops at key locations 

from the Lincoln Memorial to U.S. Capitol.
Together, let’s seek God’s forgiveness, healing and intervention in our divided nation.

Answer me when I call, O God of my righteousness! You have given me relief when I was in distress. Be gracious to me and hear my prayer!
Psalm  4:1
Here are specific ways you can pray for our nation, our families and all those in leadership at every level.
  1. Humbling ourselves in repentance and asking God to forgive our sins and heal our land.
  2. Our military, police and other law enforcement, firefighters, and their families. Security and peace for the nation.
  3. Salvation of the lost. Renewed strength in our families. Frontline medical workers and solutions to the coronavirus pandemic. An end to abortion.
  4. The president, the vice president and their families. All those who work in the White House and in the executive branch of our government.
  5. Compassion and kindness toward one another. Respect and reconciliation between races. Healing in communities torn by violence and injustice.
  6. Religious freedom. Boldness for churches to stand firm with the Word of God and to preach Jesus Christ in a troubled world.
  7. Our Congress and other leaders at the national, state and local levels. The Supreme Court and judges across the nation.