Where there is love, all things are possible: #Unite4Marriage prayer service

Last night LGBT and allied people of faith came together at the National City Christian Church in Washington D.C. to pray for marriage equality and the oral arguments going before the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, April 28. Follow what happened through tweets and media posted by participants at the #Unite4Marriage multi-faith service below:

Tonight in Washington D.C., marriage equality supporters will hold a vigil to prepare the space for the Unite for Marriage rally at the Supreme Court. Throughout the 12 hours, starting from 7:00 P.M. tonight until 6:00 A.M. tomorrow morning, reflections and prayers from participants of different beliefs, religions, and spiritual practices will help prepare the space for the Unite for Marriage rally happening on Tuesday, April 28. To learn more about the Vigil or how to become involved with #Unite4Marriage visit http://www.uniteformarriage.org/faith.html.

Visit glaad.org/marriage to read more about the case for marriage equality and GLAAD's involvement with the Unite for Marriage Coalition.