One of our activists for the preservation of marriage in Connecticut, Rich Kendall, is issuing the call for Christian men to attend the Minutemen United Convention, “Someone Has Stolen My Country And I Want Her Back”, this Thursday-Saturday, April 19-21 in historic Lexington at the Heritage Hall, 177 Bedford Street. For more information, please visit, or contact Rich at 203-380-0651, or via e-mail at You may also check out Minutemen United at

We also invite our members to keep open the evening of Sunday, May 27th. The Connecticut House of Prayer will be sponsoring a local event for the Global Day of Prayer to be held that evening from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at a location to be announced.

8 Responses to “Religious Freedom, Prayer Events”

  1. on 16 Apr 2007 at 10:11 amGenghis Conn

    Will your group be participating in the interfaith delegation in support of universal health care at the LOB tomorrow? Over 500 clergy and other religious leaders of many varied faiths have signed a document stating that universal health care is a human right, which they will hand deliver to Gov. Rell, Sen. Williams and Rep. Amann.

  2. on 16 Apr 2007 at 12:21 pmPaul

    I personally don’t see that universal health care is a human right. Is the governemnt federal/state or local supposed to pay for this through increased taxation ? That wouldn’t be fair as many citizens are already grossly overtaxed and many families are lving pay check to paycheck as it is. Though I will continue to pray with other Christians that the country returns to it’s founding principles and belief in the God of the Bible.

  3. on 16 Apr 2007 at 5:35 pmLisa

    The conference at the capitol tomorrow has nothing to do with homosexuals, so I doubt Peter or Brian will be there.

    Health care certainly is a human right. You think sick people should just die on the street because we as a society can’t give them treatment? We should be working together to help one another.

    Paul sounds a little greedy with his money. Guess he cares more about his bank account than the needs of people who cannot afford medicine or treatment so that they can live. Sad.

  4. on 16 Apr 2007 at 6:54 pmPaul

    It is amazing to me how you can judge somebodies motives!
    Greedy? I don’t think so. I know the left can’t deal with anybody disagreeing with them. Health care, in my opinion, is not a human right. Many people on the left live in a hypothetical world. Wouldn’t it be nice if every body was given a nice house with a yard and swing in the back for the kid’s to play on ? How about a fridge filled with food too ?
    Nobody in America is dying on the street from lack of medical care. State Hospitals treat anyone who comes to E.R. The fact is who is going to pay for it? Most people are simply working to pay their bills paycheck to paycheck. Ask around and you’ll find this is true. But I believe this thread was started to talk about a Christian prayer gathering. Please don’t try and hijack it to beat your Socialist drum.

  5. on 17 Apr 2007 at 7:04 amGabe

    Paul – Don’t kid yourself, when the 46 million Americans that don’t have health insurance have to go to the ER, the tax payers are oaying for it – only they are paying much more for care in an ER setting than they would in a doctor’s office before the condition became an emergency…

  6. on 17 Apr 2007 at 8:25 amchele

    Prayer meeting? The Minuteman website is all about conservative politics!

  7. on 17 Apr 2007 at 8:45 amPeter

    Um, actually, that’s the religious freedom event. The Global Day of PRAYER is the prayer event.

  8. on 17 Apr 2007 at 12:16 pmchele

    ah, sorry. It’s so hard to separate the religion from the politics with these groups.

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