Capitol Correspondence

We are helping Christians to engage with legislators and leaders. Abraham Lincoln said it best. “This country, with its institutions, belongs to the people who inhabit it.” You have a voice and those who speak can be heard. Learn more here about how we can help.

Getting Started

Write a Letter, Send Emails, Call, Visit

You should write to your specific representative, but sending emails is often best.

  • Make the correspondence personalized concerning you or your community.
  • It’s best if you limit it to a single subject or issue.
  • Always identify your name, list any credentials that may be pertinent, include your mailing address and email address.
  • If discussing a certain bill, cite the correct title and number if possible.
  • Always let the member know that you are praying for them and their staff.
  • Be brief and courteous.
  • Call monthly and leave a message for the member that you have prayed for them today. Provide your name, town, and church affiliation.

White House Address

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, D.C. 20500

They recommend typing your letter on 8.5″ x 11″ paper. Include return address and email address.

Please be Pithy, Polite, and Prayerful. Let the President and Vice President know that you are faithfully praying for them.

Find Your Congressman’s Contact Information

Look up your House Member by zip code by visiting

Find Your Senator’s Contact Information

Look up your Senator by visiting

Call the Capitol Switchboard at (202) 224-3121. 

A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver. Proverbs 25:11

Personal Visits

Personal visits to speak with local officials, State Legislators, and your Congressional Delegation in Washington, D.C., can have some of the greatest benefits and effects.

  • Always contact their office in advance to schedule an appointment.
  • Be respectful of their time and busy schedule.
  • Always ask if you can pray with them before you leave.
  • I especially encourage Pastors to take the time to build a relationship with those of authority.

“Speak clearly, if you speak at all; carve every word before you let it fall.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.

“Say what you mean, mean what you say, but don’t say it mean!”

We know that communication is important among all people, in all places, and for all ages. Great things can be accomplished when there is open communication. As Christians, it is vitally important that we be the voice of reason and righteousness. Proverbs 25:5 describes the significance of righteousness influencing leadership. Corresponding with your local leaders, state officials, congressional delegation, and even the President is an effective way to voice your opinion and influence those in authority.

“The mouth of the righteous speaketh wisdom…” Psalm 37:30

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