Minnesota Legislative Prayer Caucus

The Minnesota Prayer Caucus Network is part of an unprecedented, nationwide movement of praying legislators and citizens that is sweeping the nation to preserve America’s spiritual heritage and protect individual religious liberty. We are committed to:

  • PROTECTING free expression of faith in God
  • SUSTAINING leaders who are standing for faith, morality, and Judeo-Christian principles.
  • IGNITING an intellectual awakening about prayer, and God’s role in America
  • SUPPORTING the Minnesota Legislative Prayer Caucus
Minnesota Legislative Prayer Caucus

The Minnesota Legislative Prayer Caucus is an official Minnesota Caucus whose members are state legislators committed to advancing policies and initiatives that promote religious freedom, America’s Judeo-Christian heritage, and prayer.

Senator Dan Hall                                    Senator Andrew Mathews                                             Chairman                                                     Co-Chair                                                         MN Legislative Prayer Caucus          MN Legislative Prayer Caucus

Representative Matt Grossell                Representative Jeff Backer                                                Co-Chair                                                     Co-Chair                                                   MN Legislative Prayer Caucus          MN Legislative Prayer Caucus

If you represent a school and would like to request posters, or you would like to help by being boots on the ground and delivering posters, please contact Dale@MinnesotaPrayerCaucus.com.

Minnesota Prayer Shield

As the battles intensity in the halls of government, we are inviting churches, prayer groups, and individuals to strategically engage by “Adopting a Lawmaker” and extending a shield of protection over their “charge” – praying for a designated lawmaker every day until this session expires.

Will you be Watchmen on the Wall with us?

Join below and commit to praying for your state elected officials