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All Tribes DC National Day of Prayer by First Nations is at the 

DAR Constitution Hall on 1776 D St. NW in Washington DC. 

In 2016, ATDC released the Power of Forgiveness through prayer over the Americas. This year, we are returning with key leaders from the Government, church and education spheres of influence with timely responses to this powerful release that began a shift in our Nation.

We are excited and with great anticipation the ATDC Executive Team along with our honoured guests, Governor Sam Brownback KS, Senator Stewart Greenleaf PA, Apostle Mary Glazier, Prophet Barry Maracle, GodTV’s Lila Terhune, Apostle Joan Swallow, Chief Kenny Blacksmith, Chuck Pierce and many more will release a powerful declaration that will advance the Kingdom of God in unprecedented ways. Worship teams are ready to lead us into the Presence of God as we Welcome our Tribal King Yeshua into our midst. Jonathan Maracle of Broken Walls, Robby Cummings and band will be among the worship teams joining us. 

Honour Guard and Tribal Flag procession:

Indicate in your registration if you are participating in the flag processional and let us know your tribal affiliation. 

Please be advised, if you are bringing your tribal flag, plan to arrive at 11am when the doors open.   All in the processional must be ready no later than 11:45am. 

*dressing rooms are available for changing if you are coming in full regalia. Please plan accordingly. 
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Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? 

Everyone and all ages are welcome to attend ATDC Day of Prayer. No ID required. 

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

A link is attached to help you plan your day and arrival. The following information will help you get started. 

Metered street parking is available but limited. Monday through Saturday, two hour parking is enforced from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM for most meters. There are parking garages located in the area on New York and Pennsylvania Avenues and 17th and 18th Streets.

DAR Constitution Hall access for persons with mobility disabilities is through the entrance doors on D Street. The ramp on D Street may be accessed by vehicles for dropping off patrons with mobility disabilities. The D Street ramp is at the lobby level.  Please ask the Doorman or Event Staff member for any assistance if needed. There is no parking on the D Street Drive. 

There are wheelchair accessible restrooms in the D Street lobby and the Ladies Room in the Lower Lounge accessed by the elevator in the 18th and D Street corner of the lobby.

What can I bring into the event?

We welcome you to come in your regalia, bring hand drums, shofars and tribal flags. Outside food and drinks are not allowed in the facility. 

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

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National Day of Prayer 
Thank you for your financial support.  
Your donations to the All Tribes D.C. National Day of Prayer will be used to cover expenses such as permits, tents, stage and equipment rental for all events.