Prayer Vigil #KeepNCSafe

Citizens across North Carolina will gather in rallies and pray for our leaders to show support for Gov McCrory and the General Assembly for standing up for safety and privacy of our women and children.  If you cannot join us at one of the gatherings below we encourage you to gather in homes, businesses or churches to prayer for our leaders. Interceding for those in authority is not an option. It is a biblical command found in 1 Timothy 2:1-2.

Confirmed gatherings will take place:

April 12th

  • Greensboro at Phil McDonald Governmental Plaza – City Contact: Linda Stone
    • 7:00 pm at  220 South Greene Street in downtown Greensboro

April 19th

  • Havelock at Havelock City Park – City Contact: Pastor Jim Kohr
    • 7:00 pm. If it rains gathering will be held at Community Baptist Church, 7648 Highway 70, Newport, NC 28570.

April 25th

  • Raleigh at Capitol Building Lawn – City Contact: Pastor Ron Baity
    • 12 noon on the lawn of the capitol building

If you want to join the list drop us an email

Prior prayer vigils took place at

March 31st from 7 to 8pm are:

  • Raleigh at Governor’s Mansion – City Contact: Steve Noble
    • Corner of Jones and Blount Streets in Raleigh, NC
  • Greenville at Peoples Baptist Church – City Contact: Pastor Tim Butler
    • 1621 Greenville Blvd. SW, Greenville, NC
  • New Bern at Union Point Park Gazebo – City Contact: Jerry Schill
    • Union Point Park Complex, New Bern or Alternate (weather) Foundation Life Fellowship at 2827 Ashland Ave, New Bern
  • Fayetteville at Cumberland County Courthouse – City Contact: Pastor Dwayne Smith
    • 117 Dick Street, Fayetteville, NC
  • Marshville at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church – City Contact: Dr. Mel Winstead
    • 6510 Mt. Moriah Church Rd., Marshville, NC 

April 7th

  • Charlotte at the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center – City Contact: Desiree Miller
    • 7:00 pm at 600 East 4th Street in Uptown Charlotte, NC – Note: There is limited parking in the back lot of First Baptist Church at 301 S Davidson St.

April 9th

  • Jacksonville at City Hall – City Contact: Georgie Wilson
    • 9:00 am at the Freedom Fountain at New Bridge Street and Johnson Blvd in downtown Jacksonville

April 11th

  • Raleigh at Capitol Building Lawn – City Contact:
    • 12 noon on the lawn of the capitol building with Mark Creech of the Christian Action League, Bishop Harry Jackson, brothers David and Jason Benham, Frank Turek, Tami Fitzgerald of the North Carolina Values Coalition, John Rustin of the North Carolina Family Policy Council and Ron Beaty of Return America. Watch the Video