Franklin Graham, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association to Conduct Prayer Rallies in 50 States

(continuously updated as additional cities are announced) 

Evangelist Franklin Graham and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association will conduct prayer rallies in all 50 states next year.

“I do not believe Republicans or Democrats or any other party can turn this nation around—only God can,” said Graham, president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. “God hears the prayers of his people, so we’ll be calling on Christians in every state to pray fervently and faithfully for America.”

WHAT: Called Decision America Tour, the focus of these prayer rallies will be to challenge Christians to pray for the United States and its leaders, and to live and promote biblical principles at home, in public and at the ballot box

WHERE: Decision America Tour will take place in the capital cities of all 50 states

WHEN: Prayer rallies will take place at noon, except where noted, in the following cities:

  • Jan. 5, Des Moines, Iowa (capitol building)
  • Jan. 12, Tallahassee, Fla. (capitol building)
  • Jan. 13, Baton Rouge, La. (North Boulevard Town Square)
  • Jan. 19, Concord, N.H. (capitol building)
  • Feb. 9, Columbia, S.C. (capitol building)
  • Feb. 10, Atlanta (capitol building)
  • Feb. 24, Honolulu (capitol building) — 1 p.m.
  • March 15, Denver (capitol building)
  • March 16, Santa Fe, N.M. (capitol building)
  • March 18, Phoenix (capitol building)
  • March 29, Salt Lake City (capitol building)
  • March 30, Carson City, Nev. (capitol building)
  • March 31, Sacramento, Calif. (capitol building)
  • April 12, Little Rock, Ark. (capitol building)
  • April 13, Jackson, Miss. (capitol building)
  • April 14, Montgomery, Ala. (capitol building)
  • April 26, Austin, Texas (capitol building)
  • April 27, Oklahoma City (capitol building)
  • April 28, Topeka, Kan. (capitol building)
  • May 3, Nashville, Tenn. (capitol building)
  • May 4, Frankfort, Ky. (capitol building)
  • May 5, Charleston, W. Va. (capitol building)
  • May 17, Jefferson City, Mo. (capitol building)
  • May 18, Lincoln, Neb. (capitol building)
  • May 24, Pierre, S.D. (capitol building)
  • May 25, Bismarck, N.D. (capitol building)
  • June 14, Springfield, Ill. (capitol building)
  • June 15, Madison, Wis. (capitol building)
  • June 16, St. Paul, Minn. (capitol building)
  • June 28, Salem, Ore. (capitol building)
  • June 29, Olympia, Wash. (capitol building)
  • July 1, Juneau, Ark. (Marine Park)
  • Aug. 9, Helena, Mont. (capitol building)
  • Aug. 10, Boise, Idaho (capitol building)
  • Aug. 12, Cheyenne, Wyo. (capitol building)
  • Aug. 23, Augusta, Maine (capitol building)
  • Aug. 24, Montpelier, Vt. (capitol building)
  • Aug. 25, Albany, N.Y. (capitol building)
  • Aug. 30, Boston (capitol building)
  • Sept. 1, Hartford, Conn. (capitol building)
  • Sept. 13, Dover, Del. (capitol building)
  • Sept. 14, Trenton, N.J. (capitol building)
  • Sept. 15, Harrisburg, Pa. (capitol building)
  • Oct. 4, Lansing, Mich. (capitol building)  
  • Oct. 5, Indianapolis (capitol building)
  • Oct. 6, Columbus, Ohio (capitol building)
  • Oct. 11, Annapolis, Md. (capitol building)
  • Oct. 13, Raleigh, N.C. (capitol building)  

 The list will be continuously updated as additional cities are announced. 

Decision America Tour will not endorse political candidates or legislation, and no candidates or current public officials will speak at any of the rallies.

Specific dates and locations for each state will be announced approximately 90 days in advance of that state's event. For additional information please go to DecisionAmericaTour.