New Video: Stand For Marriage Rally Gaining MomentumMay 08, 2014
The Stand and Pray for Marriage Rally is right around the corner (click here for details). Watch our new promotional video, please share it, and plan to be in downtown Richmond this Tuesday, May 13, at 8:30 a.m. The appeal for the Virginia Marriage Amendment will be heard that day and we need you to be there to stand with us for God's design for marriage.
The Stand for Marriage Rally will send an important message the Virginians believe marriage is ordained to be between one man and one woman.
To make things easier for those outside of Richmond interested in attending, we are providing bus transportation to the rally. If you live in one of the following areas and want a bus ride to the capital for the Stand and Pray for Marriage Rally, click here to reserve a seat.
♦ Winchester (with stops in Warrenton and Fredericksburg)
♦ Harrisonburg (with stops in Staunton and Charlottesville)
♦ Norfolk (with a stop in Newport News/York)
There are also vans leaving from several churches around the state. Here is a partial list with contact information:
♦ Leaving from Bethel Baptist Church in Yorktown at 1004 Yorktown Road and stopping at York River Baptist Church in James City County. Contact: Ann Robeson at 757-719-6787.
♦ Leaving from Lighthouse Free Will Baptist Church, 942 Burks Hill Road in Bedford. Contact: Pastor E. Larry Ross at 540-587-8962.
♦ Leaving from Brookhill Wesleyan Church in Goode. Contact: Janet Robey at 434-401-8852. There is a $10 charge that includes the van ride and breakfast.
If you are driving to Richmond yourself, click here for a map of downtown Richmond parking lots.
A terrific lineup of speakers will address the rally. You don't want to miss this exciting day as we proclaim to Virginia and beyond that marriage matters and God's design of one man and one woman for life is the definition of marriage and cannot be changed. Our speakers include:
Join Brian S. Brown, President of The National Organization for Marriage; Dean Nelson, Chairman of The Frederick Douglass Foundation; Eric Teetsel, Executive Director of The Manhattan Declaration; Josh Duggar, Executive Director of The Family Research Council Action; Jeff Caruso, Executive Director, Virginia Catholic Conference; The Family Foundation's own President, Victoria Cobb; and others as we Stand and Pray for the union of one man and one woman as the definition of marriage. If you are interested in volunteering to help with logistics on the day of the event, please e-mail Marie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
♦ What: Stand and Pray for Marriage Rally
♦ When: Tuesday, May 13, 8:30 a.m.
♦ Where: Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, 1100 East Main Street, Richmond