Americans for Christian Traditions in our Nation of PA (Action of PA) York County Chairman recommends Stand up for life rally in Plymouth Meeting PA today
A Montomery County “Stand up for Life” rally will be held at Epiphany Church in Plymouth Meeting today – Sunday, January 29, 2017 at 2:00 PM. Christopher Smith, composer and creator of the Broadway musical “Amazing Grace,” will be the featured speaker.
Smith has already compared pro-lifers to his play’s central character, John Newton who stood against slavery because they stand “for what is right” and are “the voice of the voiceless.”
Jay McKiernan, chairman of Americans for Christian Traditions in our Nation of PA (York County Action of PA) urges pro-lifers within drive range to try to attend (bulletin from Michael McMonagle of PA Pro Life Coalition).
(Note: YorkCountyAction website, Facebook page and e-newsletter are not to be confused with Americans for Christian Traditions in our Nation of PA, a state PAC, with which it is not affiliated)
Conservative Christian Center Celebrates Trump-Pence Win, Invites you to join us before & after Hershey Rally
(12/14/16, Pat Henry) President Elect Donald Trump and Vice President Elect Mike Pence are coming to Hershey, Pennsylvania to thank us for our help in carrying the pivotal, battleground state of Pennsylvania tomorrow, Thursday, December 15, 2016 with doors open at 4 PM at the Giant Center in Hershey. Conservative, church-going Christians, who gave the ticket 82 percent of the vote despite the biggest vote suppression effort directed at their ranks in history, will be in the vanguard of those greeting them.
Members of Conservative Christian Center from Northern Virginia, York County and Cumberland County PA will meet for brunch/lunch on the way to the event and for dinner/coffee immediately after – and they have issued a call to like-minded friends (that’s you dear Reader) to join them.
Values Voters record of 82% Support for Donald Trump for President helped carry Pennsylvania, bring leaders together for Thursday Dec. 1 discussion
(11/30/16, Cumberland County, PA) A group of conservative “values voters” will meet tomorrow (Thursday) night, December 1, in Carlisle, PA at the Great Hope Baptist Church to discuss how to keep church going conservatives active in the public policy process after the election of Donald Trump as President with the support of 82% of their ranks, surpassing the numbers who supported the election of GOP nominee Mitt Romney in the last election (flyer HERE). Continue reading “Cumberland County Conservative Christian Club considered”