Pray | First Liberty


At First Liberty Institute, we believe every American has the right to pray—in their home, in their house of worship, at school, or in public. We also believe that prayer has power.

America’s First Congress opened with a prayer in 1789, a practice that continues to this day. Local governments in states, counties, and towns around America follow suit, opening official proceedings with a prayer. It’s not uncommon for school mornings and even major public events to begin with a moment of silence, affording individuals the opportunity to pray.

Prayer in America, however, is more than a formal invocation.

Fifty-five percent of Americans claim that prayer is a part of their daily life. * When tragedies strike our communities, we join hands with our neighbors across the nation in prayer for the victims and their families. And when Americans come together in prayer—joined in reverent unity and backed by a national heritage that esteems its potential—powerful things take place.

At First Liberty, prayer is integral to our ability to protect religious liberty for all Americans. If you are someone who believes in the power of prayer, we invite you to stand with us, praying for:

  • Our cases
  • Our clients
  • Our staff
  • Our volunteer attorneys
  • Our supporters
  • Religious liberty for all in America—and around the world.

If you would like to receive an email with specific prayer requests from First Liberty on a regular basis, please fill out the form below and you will be added to our list.

The work of protecting freedom for all Americans is something we couldn’t do alone at First Liberty Institute. Thanks to friends like you who choose to stand with us in prayer, we don’t have to.

*Pew Research Center, Religion and Public Life, Religious Landscape Study, 2014

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To The American Legion:

As a grateful citizen, I support your effort to honor those who have fallen in battle and to keep the Bladensburg WWI Veterans Memorial standing as a visible reminder of valor, sacrifice, endurance, and devotion.

Veterans memorials like the one in Bladensburg, MD are symbols reminding us of the sacrifice of our service members and the cost of war. Tearing down the Bladensburg Memorial would erase the memory of the 49 fallen heroes of Prince George’s County—like they never even existed.

We cannot allow the Bladensburg Memorial to be bulldozed.

Please know that you have my support and backing in your petition to the U.S. Supreme Court.