Let the Church Roar!

Jericho March™: Calling All Patriots and People of Faith to the Church’s Jericho Moment to Save the Republic 


700,000 Already Engaged in the Daily Noon Jericho Marches at State Capitol Buildings for Election Integrity, Transparency, and Reform

November 25, 2020

WASHINGTON, D.C. —Patriots, people of faith and all who want to take back America are joining prayer marches across the nation in efforts to shed light on the corruption of the 2020 presidential election and for election integrity and reform.

Jericho March™ (www.JerichoMarch.orgcalls upon people of faith to pray, fast, and peacefully protest in the service of God, and in defense of life, liberty, and justice. Jericho March™ is comprised of Judeo-Christians collectively praying for God to intercede, expose darkness, and bring about justice. Believers take their petitions to heaven, knowing that God answers prayers and can move mountains. 

The Jericho March™ is biblically-focused on Joshua 6. Jericho was a city of false gods and corruption. Just as Joshua was instructed to march around the walls of Jericho seven times, Jericho Marchers™ pray, fast, and march at a specific place and time until darkness is exposed and the walls of corruption fall down. 

The first Jericho March™ is the Election Jericho March™ and calls for election integrity, transparency, and reform to preserve free and fair elections in America for this generation and generations to come—free from any corruption or interference, both foreign and domestic. Since November 5, 2020 patriots and people of faith have gone every day at noon local time and circled their capitol buildings seven times in peaceful prayer and protest. The Jericho March™ has already engaged over 700,000 concerned people and they will continue circling their capitol buildings in all 50 states daily at noon, with a special emphasis on the swing states of Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin until December 14, 2020 when the Electoral College votes in Washington, D.C. The Jericho March ™ is a unified celebration of authentic and diverse Judeo-Christian forms of worship including praying, preaching, singing, rosary recitations, Eucharistic processions, and blowing shofars.  Individuals and groups involved in the Jericho March ™ are self-led.

The Election Jericho March™ also calls all patriots and people of faith to contact local, state, and national officials and demand full audits, that any and all fraudulent and illegal activities are exposed and that only legal votes are counted to reveal the true will of the American people in this election. 

The Election Jericho March™ will culminate in a massive national peaceful prayer rally protest in Washington, D.C. on December 12, 2020 called “Let the Church ROAR!” where attendees will send a very clear message to national and state leaders as they hear patriots and people of faith roar in support of election integrity, transparency, and reform. The prayer rally will also feature national faith leaders, worship leaders and others.

The Jericho March™ ministry was born of a vision that an Evangelical and Catholic received independently of each other, to prayerfully protest and call on government officials to cast light on voter fraud, corruption, and suppression of the will of the American people in this election. The Jericho March™ co-founders are Rob Weaver and Arina Grossu, who are helping to coordinate efforts at the local and national level.

“Just as the Israelites circled the walls of Jericho until the walls fell, so we use peaceful means of protest until truth, transparency and justice prevail,” stated Weaver. “What’s at stake is the future of free and fair elections in our Republic. We seek true election reform to protect our American freedoms and the integrity of our election process. We believe that God has blessed America and will continue to bless her, if our people remain faithful to God’s call to holiness and repentance,” Weaver concluded. 

“It is time for the people of God to activate in unprecedented ways.  We have stayed silent for too long, but now the Church is rising up. Our God is mightier than any earthly power and He can restore truth and justice,” said Grossu. “This is also God’s call to unity in our Church. We are diverse in our Judeo-Christian beliefs and expressions, yet we come as one with childlike faith and trust in authentic worship of the One True God.”

First, Jericho Marchers™ bring their petitions before the Courts of Heaven which throughout the Bible exist to plead the case of the faithful and to seek justice before God the Father. Second, Jericho Marchers™ pray that the members of the earthly U.S. Supreme Court will judge with truth and justice. Third, through God’s acting power and the faithful’s public witness of prayers and fasting, Jericho Marchers™ hope to also affect the court of public opinion.

The Jericho March™ thanks Phyllis Schlafly’s Eagle Forum and countless faith ministries around the country that have joined its efforts for their support.

For more information, please visit www.JerichoMarch.org and follow Jericho March™ on TwitterFacebookInstagramYouTube, Parler, and Trumpet. 



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  1. Is Metropolitan Jonah going?

    It’s encouraging to hear that Judeo-Christians from all parts of the country are going to this event to worship, pray, and to represent the Church in the face of the clear and present danger that our country faces. As Orthodox Christians, this is our moment to take a stand, to represent the true Church, the true Ark of the Covenant. We can make a difference. Let the Shofar blow on Zion!

    • I sure pray not!   This political chicanery is misguided and counterproductive, and Trump is not the Second Coming.

  2. Looking forward to hearing how this goes. 
    George/Gail, will you be doing anything with the March for Life next month? 

    These are the state marches along with the national one in D.C:

    • The Jericho March really is The March for Life, because so much hangs in the balance in our country for free and fair elections.  If we let this election get stolen, then the March for Life will have simply marched backwards.

  3. “Election integrity, transparency, and reform” ~ excellent subtitle!

  4. https://spzh.news/en/news/76162-papa–glave-fanara-veryu-chto-shagaja-vmeste-pridem-k-jedinstvu-v-jevkharistii
    We need a new St. Mark of Ephesus…maybe Met. Seraphim of Piraeus? Real question is, when this “unity” happens, how many Orthodox will go along? 

    • “…by “walking together in mutual love and pursuing theological dialogue, we will reach that goal.
      I, for one, hope it is true that any union would have a true (and Orthodox) theological content.  However, there is every indication that the goal is chronological in nature.  That is, the “goal” appears to be a date that has already been agreed upon.

      • Whenever the word dialogue is used by “liberals” it pretty much just means talk, talk, talk, until it happens without actually having “talked” about anything of important. Its synonymous with compromise 

        • A ‘fruitful dialogue’ is one where the people swallow whatever cr*p
          issues from liberal lips, then reissue the same as if it were their own.

          • I’ve always felt that liberals (I prefer to say apostates) view dialogue as something of a monologue (they talk, but do not listen) that begins and ends with an epilogue of their own making.

    • Or Met. Athanasios of Limassol…if he is not defrocked by his papally inspired Archbishop!

    • Michael Bauman says

      Petros, How many Orthodox will go along?   No Orthodox will go along, for once they join themselves to the body of a dead harlot (theologically speaking) they are no longer Orthodox.  I made up my mind months ago that I will not even step foot in a GOA parish as long as Black Bart is in the office.   Notice that the article only calls him head of the Phanar?  

      • I’m in a situation where the local GOA parish is much, much more “orthodox” in it’s Orthodoxy than my local Antiochian one. So, my spiritual father is in the GOA and I trust him very much as he is very Orthodox. Having said that, I still have reservations about GOA as a whole, even though most/all of the parishes I have been to have been very Orthodox. To me, the main problem with the GOA is the bishops 

        • Gail Sheppard says

          We have heard from a lot of priests in the GOA who are scandalized by the bishops.

          Many priests in the GOA are very good priests. Greek spiritual fathers are often among the best.

          • George Michalopulos says


          • I would definitely believe it, I’m sure ya’ll are privy to more inside info given your position in running the blog.

            I would imagine there are many priests in the GOA who would leave when/if the Elder Ephraim monasteries leave, which from what I’ve seen you say seems more and more likely. I guess there will be something akin to the episcopal “church” split where the more conservative parishes created their own denomination (in our case they will switch to a new jurisdiction), while the more liberal parishes will stick together (I’m thinking the Northeastern GOA parishes) and eventually go into union with Rome. 

            I’m honestly really curious about what the Greek Archdiocese of Australia will do since it seem to be WAY more traditional than the Archdiocese of America. They also have a number of monasteries there as well. 
            Plus you have the Sub-Saharan priests from the Patriarchate of Alexandria petition the Russian Church to accept them, with Patriarch Theodoros essentially having to tell them “don’t leave.” We are probably seeing a realignment of traditional (i.e correct) Orthodoxy form around the Russian Church, while the Greek sphere continues down the path of heresy and apostasy to Rome. I’m still not convinced that it will even be the majority of the Greek Churches, especially in the case of GOARCH and Alexandria, who go along with the charade when it comes down to brass tacks 

          • Wayne M Syvinski says

            When I was much younger (and a Roman Catholic), I read somewhere – I don’t remember where – that “the Orthodox love their priests, but hate their bishops.”

            I didn’t understand it at the time. 

            I do now.

            • George Michalopulos says


            • Michael Bauman says

              Wayne,  I love my bishop.  I loved him as a priest too. Rare, he was a priest here in Wichita in the very parish which is now his Cathedral. We have known him a long time.  
              Right before the COVID mess was foist on us, he had my wife and I over to the Chancery for tea.  Just the two of us and we are no one special.  
              The mistake many bishops make is to think the crown they wear gives them the “right” to rule rather than perceiving it as the Cross it is.   
              Bishop Basil of the Antiochian Archdiocese of Wichita and Mid-America does not make that mistake.  
              I say with all my heart “Many years Master!”
              God is good.

              • Bishop Basil was my bishop when I first converted to Orthodoxy in Texas. I don’t know him personally, but, I have heard many wonderful things about him. 

                • Solitary Priest says

                  I knew Bishop Basil as a seminarian. I haven’t seen him in over forty years. If my friend, Michael Bauman, thinks well of him, that’s good enough for me!

                • Michael Bauman says

                  All true. He is a deeply pastoral Bishop. My son was in a car wreck today and is recovering nicely by the Grace of God.  I notified His Grace and my priest asking for their prayers.  Bp Basil called me back at the hospital 60 miles away to check on him and convey his blessing. My priest did as well of course.

                  I first met His Grace while he was still a priest and I was in the parish across town. My priest was out of town and had directed pastoral emergencies to Fr. Basil. My wife was having back surgery so I called and asked for his prayers.  He came to the hospital and sat with me for awhile.  He knew me not at all except that I was Orthodox.   Later in a similar situation the next year my wife’s mother was having.surgery in Lincoln, NE. I called him for his prayers. He asked if he needed to visit her. I told him she was in Lincoln, NE.  He paused, thinking about it before he said, “I guess that is a little bit far.”   Only 220 miles each way.  

                  He once gave an impromptu homily about ten years ago on the Theotokos during one of her festal celebrations. The specifics are no longer in memory but we were all left with a lasting sense memory of her that is uplifting and healing to this day.

                  God grant him many years!!!!!

  5. Michael Bauman says

    Petros and Gail my experience has been dramatically different.  There is one small GOA here.  About the time I became Orthodox a new, young, dynamic priest came and seemed to be building the community.  It was exciting.  Trouble was, he couldn’t keep his hands off the altar boys even though he was married.  Turns out the East Coast hierarchy that sent him knew.  
    It nearly destroyed the entire family of the boy who was the primary target.  
    Then, a very fine priest, Fr. Dean came out of retirement in Florida with his wife to take care of the parish.  When the parish could no longer afford to pay him, the GOA refused to let him back on the retirement plan. So, several of the men of means in my parish (Antiochian) got together and put together a plan to give him support for the rest of his life. All he did was be in the altar every Sunday. He and his wife recently reposed.  
    I am happy for you. Were it not for Bart I would have no trouble with the GOA despite that.  Once they reject his delusion and heresy that will again be the case.

  6. Archpriest Alexander F. C. Webster says

    RE: “When the parish could no longer afford to pay him, the GOA refused to let him back on the retirement plan. So, several of the men of means in my parish (Antiochian) got together and put together a plan to give him support for the rest of his life. ”

    Michael, laymen like you and the others in your Antiochian parish who supported that dedicated senior Greek Orthodox priest are a joy and a blessing to any Orthodox priest who serves a parish.

    • Michael Bauman says

      Father, The men who put the plan together are certainly as you describe. I was not one of them and it was years before it got around.  I would have been happy to but I do not have that type of money.  Father Dean was a joy.  Deeply kind.  Truly he was a priest forever.  I  lost a lot of respect for Met. Isiah because of what happened. 

      Bp Basil also opened our doors wide to both Fr. Dean and the survivors.  I have known the family well since they came.  I have seen them gradually self-deatruct over the years, the bitterness and dysfunction never leaving.  Deeply sad.  

      Priestly abuse is obscene.  Although my experience of it was not sexual the consequences to my late wife and I and my son were profound.  

      The Greek parish is still there somehow and have a priest but they are Greek.  As a convert from Kansas I never fit there.

      The Orthodox community in Wichita is small but we have four Orthodox parishes that reflect, unfortunately, silly divisions IMO. Three are Antiochian parishes, one Greek.

      The Cathedral Parish, the parish where I was initially received who was under Toledo during the Antiochian schism, a Western Rite parish and the Greeks.  

      In Wichita having two parishes makes sense but not four.  The COVID crap exacerbates the tribalism. 

      Oh, and believe me Father I am frequently not a joy to our priests.  That is why Bishop Basil loves my wife more than me.  She is the joy. 

      God forgive us I am sure that I share in the tribalism but it is a difficult thing to see in oneself. Ahhh, new meat for repentance. Thank you Father!
      God forgive us.

      • Father Dean was a very good kind man. He was at Annunciation in Pensacola for a while and people loved him. It was very nice that people in another parish and jurisdiction supported him when he went a bit further west and helped that other parish.

        • Michael Bauman says

          StephenD.  He was one of the most genuinely kind men I have ever known. I just remembered he visited the sick while he was with us as well.   He always managed to lift up my heart when I saw him.  Plus he and is wife were so clearly one.   He is the man I hope to be when I grow up.  

  7. Cardinal Vigano aces it again:
    A meditation on the Great Reset and the Liberty of Christians from his November 25 post in Italian, here translated into English

    • I wish he was Orthodox

      • Heartily agree. He seems to be their version of St Mark of Ephesus with Pope Francis snd Company. I wish the GOA Metropolitans would join him in forthrightness about PB and AE in the tradition of our actual St Mark of Ephesus. 

  8. OrthoAppalachia says

    What side will the OCA bishops find themselves on when we look back regarding Covid?  Currently, they are bowing to the civil authorities with zero hesitation.  Wake up!  These lockdowns and health rules were never meant to “end”.  For 200+ days, my local OCA parish can have 10 people at a time visit with their mask muzzle.  Obedience they say.  For the sake of others they say.  Our bishops are following a global movement against God, period.  My dear bishops, un-muzzle us!  I feel utterly betrayed by these men.  

    • I fear the OCA will be on the wrong side of this, and already are. Up here in Alaska Archbishop David (may his memory be eternal), had the churches closed due to COVID. Luckily there are other options, but, not only that, the veneration of icons was forbidden. Anathema

      • Archpriest Alexander F. C. Webster says

        Petros, the photographs of the funeral of Archbishop David (Mahaffey) of Alaska in Pennsylvania on the OCA website were at once shocking and discouraging. How could the OCA metropolitan conduct the funeral of an Orthodox hierarch with very few faithful in attendance and everyone wearing those infernal masks?

        • Gail Sheppard says

          I was thinking the same thing.

        • George Michalopulos says

          Fr, I fear that many hierarchs have given into fear.  Thank you for articulating what was in my heart (but which, as a layman, I dared not speak).  What awaits further down the road is most disconcerting.  

          • To me a tragic part of this is that the fear even for the vulnerable is lessened significantly if people heed the caring physicians who have created protocols for the vulnerable for prevention of infection possibly, prevention of serious illness definitely, and early treatment at home to avoid hospitalization and the horrible effects of waiting for late treatment of serious COVID.  That fear which seems to be paralyzing hierarchs and many Orthodox priests is unnecessary or ameliorated considerably if they would heed these physicians.  All available on https://aapsonline.org (see links there to protocols, COVID patient guide, and the US Senate Committee hearing featuring the three heroic physicians.  Another resource is https://ifm.org.
            I am simply stunned that Orthodox hierarchs, priests and laity have not flocked to these resources which remove the paralyzing fear and helplessness.  There is something the vulnerable can do and we can do for the vulnerable.   Why don’t we?

        • The OCA (as a whole) isn’t what i thought it was when I first became Orthodox in 2017. In fairness my experience with the OCA was with the Diocese of the South, which in my experiences was always great, and my parents still go to a DoS parish in Alabama. But, I was shocked when COVID started with the actions of Bishop Alexander, and even things Fr. Gerasim of Dallas said..it seems to be another case of very Orthodox parishes, and then bad bishops 

  9. Wayne M Syvinski says

    To Thee, the Champion Leader, we Thy servants dedicate a feast of victory and of thanksgiving as ones rescued out of sufferings, O Theotokos: but as Thou art one with might which is invincible, from all dangers that can be, do Thou deliver us, that we may cry to Thee: Rejoice, O Unwedded Bride!

    Sanctissima Deipara, salva nos!
    Heiligste Gottesgebärerin, errette uns!
    Most Holy Theotokos, save us!

  10. Father Pat Reardon responds forthrightly and respectfully to his Bishop, as posted by Fr John Peck GOA:
    and how good of his Bishop to invite all to do so…

    • Nicole, thanks for passing this on! Fr. Patrick’s message is awesome! I’m not in the AOCA, but I wish that we had more brave priests like Fr. Patrick around to stir the pot—for the common good!

      • George Michalopulos says

        Indeed!  It would be fantastic if Bishop Antony (or any Orthodox bishop for that matter) did what Fr Reardon suggests.

    • Fr. John Peck is ROCOR now.

      Anyone heard anything more from the rumor mill about the Athonite monasteries going the same way?

  11. George Michalopulos says

    If the rigging is successful, then just sit back and enjoy watching the Leftists devour each other:
    Tulsi Gabbard Lets Joe Biden Have It For Choosing Neera Tanden For OMB | The Daily Caller

  12. Pat Reardon says

    In case anyone is interested:

  13. Pray for peace of Jerusalem.  An Orthodox Jew tried to burn down an Orthodox Christian Church in Jerusalem:

  14. Priests and monks, don’t watch, but this tickles my funny bone:  Parody Charlie Daniels and the Devil goes down to Georgia…and Arizona, Pennsylvania, etc!

  15. Johann Sebastian says
    • Gail Sheppard says

      Hey, George, you never mentioned to me you knew Rod Dreher!!! Cool!

      You need to call him up and let him know this is not the “cause for Christianity” thingy bop he thinks it is, as there is a Jewish contingent participating, as well. I wouldn’t want him to be embarrassed or anything, seeing how you know him and all.

      For inquiring minds, the real intro is this: “This Election Jericho March™ will culminate in a massive national peaceful prayer rally protest in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 12, 2020 called “Let the Church ROAR!” where we will pray and march send a very clear message to national and state leaders as they hear patriots and people of faith roar in support of election integrity, transparency, and reform. We will be hearing from national faith leaders, worship leaders, and others.” Nothing about Christianity or Trump, though clearly if there was election fraud it would have been perpetrated against him.

      If he’s interested, tell Rod about the data points and why this election just doesn’t make sense. Or he can wait a few weeks. Then we’ll all have something to talk about. It’s one thing for us to say we think the elections might have been stolen. It’s quite another to say there is no evidence it was stolen and claim it’s tearing America apart! It’s like he’s never heard of Russia, Russia, Russia or the impeachment or the imaginary lawsuits that never came to fruition. Why in the world would anybody think they wouldn’t be out to get him in in the elections, as well?

      But it’s us right-winged crazies who are tearing the country apart with all our prayers and stuff. Shame on us!

      Tell him, also, that when NBC attributes something stupid like, Trump is reported to be considering skipping the Biden inauguration and flying to Florida, to “three people familiar with the discussions,” it’s probably BS. They used the same language when they talked about his phone call with Zelensky. There were a lot of people who were familiar with those discussions, too. At least the part that never happened. Trump may be not be the most polished president we’ve ever had but I’ve never seen him come out of the bathroom with toilet paper on his shoe. The man is not stupid.

      It’s one thing to end up with egg on your face when you call something a few years in advance, but chiming in on the end result of a game in play is kind of foolish, IMO. This game could go either way. I hope Rod’s lawyer friends are on the Trump team and not a bunch of ambulance chasers who voted for Trump. If they are, Rod could be in trouble.

      He’s safe with us, though. We won’t embarrass him in any reflection piece we write on our blog.

    • Wow, thanks, I am going to have to rethink my position on this Jericho March. Rod Dreher really makes some good points. Maybe I shouldn’t be involved with this. My Russian priest isn’t supportive of it either. I think I’m going to stay home this weekend.

  16. COVID: Complete Dec 8 US Senate hearing on Early Treatment Outpatient/Home (and Prophylaxis) : https://youtu.be/ip2wpBDvotE  Starts at about 21:00 in with audio coming in about 30 seconds later.