September 25th, Washington D.C.

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March for the martyrs

March for the martyrs

Every year, the number of Christians persecuted for their faith continues to increase. Despite the growing crisis of Christian Persecution, this issue is widely ignored by the media and often overlooked within our communities of faith.
You can change that.
Stand in solidarity with persecuted Christians around the world at March for the Martyrs.

Every year, the number of Christians persecuted for their faith continues to increase. Despite the growing crisis of Christian Persecution, this issue is widely ignored by the media and often overlooked within our communities of faith.
You can change that.
Stand in solidarity with persecuted Christians around the world at March for the Martyrs.

Meet our Speakers

Sean Feucht

Allie Beth Stuckey

Dr. David Curry

Rev. Johnnie Moore

Bob Fu

Dr. Michelle Corral

Gia Chacón

Jacob Coyne

Fr. Benedict Kiely

Pastor David Engelhardt

Toufic Baaklini

March for the Martyrs Schedule

This event is free. We encourage all our participants to attend both the March for the Martyrs and the Night for the Martyrs.

March for the Martyrs Schedule

3:00 – Kick-Off Rally

Hear from Allie B. Stuckey, Gia Chacon, Jacob Coyne, and Music by Radiant Worship.

 Rally on the 12th Street Gravel on the National Mall. This is located near the Smithsonian station on Metro’s Blue and Orange Lines on the axis of 12th Street near the Smithsonian National Museum of American History and Museum of Natural History

Click here to open Google Maps for starting point.

4:00 – March for the Martyrs 

Procession from the National Mall, to the White House, ending at the JW Marriott.

5:00 – Exhibitor Hall at the JW Marriott

During this time, participants will have an opportunity to cool off, get refreshments or a bite to eat, and look at our Exhibitor Hall before our evening conference begins.

6:30 – Night for the Martyrs 

Hear from Sean Feucht, David Curry, Rev. Johnnie Moore, Gia Chacon, Bob Fu, Dr. Michelle Corral, Pastor David Engelhardt, Toufic Baaklini, Fr. Benedict Kiely, and Ryan Helfenbein. 

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ABOUT March for the martyrs

The number of people persecuted because of their faith in Christ increased over 30% in 2020 alone. There are now over 340 Christians around the world who face high-levels of persecution because of their faith.* Despite this growing crisis, Christian Persecution is widely ignored by the media and often overlooked within Western faith communities.

On September 5th of 2020, March for the Martyrs made history. Hundreds gathered for the first time in United States to stand in solidarity with persecuted Christians around the world. We are on a mission to bring March for the Martyrs across the United States.

This year, March for the Martyrs will be held on September 25th in Washington DC. 

Ours’ is a message of hope: Persecuted believers are not forgotten, Christian Persecution will not be ignored, and Jesus Christ still has the victory.

“Persecuted, but not forsaken.” 

2 Corinthians 4:9

The number of people persecuted because of their faith in Christ increased over 30% in 2020 alone. There are now over 340 Christians around the world who face high-levels of persecution because of their faith.* Despite this growing crisis, Christian Persecution is widely ignored by the media and often overlooked within Western faith communities.

On September 5th of 2020, March for the Martyrs made history. Hundreds gathered for the first time in United States to stand in solidarity with persecuted Christians around the world. We are on a mission to bring March for the Martyrs across the United States.

This year, March for the Martyrs will be held on September 25th in Washington DC. Join us as we march to stand in solidarity with persecuted Christians around the world.

Ours’ is a message of hope: Persecuted believers are not forgotten, Christian Persecution will not be ignored, and Jesus Christ still has the victory.

“Persecuted, but not forsaken.” 

2 Corinthians 4:9

March for the Martyrs 2020 Highlights

*Statistic courtesy of Open Doors USA World Watch List 2021.