Ahead of the U.S. elections in November, evangelical groups will be meeting presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in a dialogue on June 21 to get to know him better.
“It’s an opportunity for him to know more of this group better, for this group to know him better. It is conciliatory in tone,” said Johnnie Moore, national spokesperson for My Faith Votes, a nonpartisan movement to encourage Christians to vote, Religion News Service reports.
The New York City event, called “A Conversation About America’s Future,” will be attended by about 900 conservative Christians, mostly evangelicals.
“The event will facilitate a conversation to allow faith leaders to better understand Mr. Trump as a person, his position on important issues and his vision for America’s future, while also enabling him to better appreciate matters of importance to the faith community. In and through this meeting, we seek the presence and unity of the Holy Spirit,” My Faith Votes states in a post that appeared on its Facebook page.
The meeting will be co-hosted by My Faith Votes and United in Purpose.
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