U.S. Pastor Council
"Pastors standing together for righteousness and justice!"

(Prints double-sided on legal [8.5 x 14] paper, tri-folds into church bulletin size)

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD 2013 CANDIDATE GUIDE - SPANISH VERSION (Prints double-sided on legal [8.5 x 14] paper, tri-folds into church bulletin size)

San Antonio "Non-Discrimination" Ordinance information

The City Ordinance Fact Sheet is False and Misleading
ADF Open Letter to Pastors
2013-09-05-0577-San Antonio Ordinance
Repeal Ordinance Flyer

“Every Christian Votes”

Maximizing Voter Turnout In Your Church

 OVERVIEW:  Every American Christian who is eligible to vote does so:

a)       By one’s absence; Failing to vote and allowing elected officials to be chosen by those who do not share the same values, or

b)       Thoughtlessly; By voting out of ignorance or self-serving motivation, or

c)       By becoming informed; Studying candidates’ positions on key issues, praying and casting a knowledgeable vote for candidates who most closely conform to Biblical principles of character and the vital issues of the day.

 Most pastors would agree that options A and B are poor stewardship and have led to ungodly, unjust and corrupt leaders being chosen, resulting in unrighteous government.  It is still an accepted statistic that less than one out of three churchgoing citizens vote in each election, a fact of which we should be ashamed.

The first step we recommend is for the Pastor to appoint a permanent Citizenship Ministry coordinator for this ministry as described in Christian Citizenship 101 (available by clicking download link at bottom of page), request by emailing info@uspastorcouncil.org or by calling the HAPC office at 832-688-9166).

“Every Christian Votes” Plan - 2013 

 Note:  All activities are non-partisan, non-issues specific and fully compliant with all IRS guidelines for churches with 501 (c)(3) non-profit status*.  For any questions regarding those guidelines you can can download "Churches legal rights" or call 832-688-9166.

  1. Sunday,  September 27 - Set up Voter Registration Table  with all necessary materials make announcements, put in PowerPoint slides - registration deadine is October 7.
  2. Sunday,  September 27 - include announcements from the pulpit, on projection screens, in church bulletins and using posters to begin awareness of upcoming election on November 5 with an emphasis on Early Voting beginning October 21.
  3. Sunday, October 13- set up a voter awareness table to be staffed by the Citizenship Ministry team to provide voting information, voting locations and voter guides. Announce Early Voting BEGINS on October 22!
  4. Sunday, October 20 - Continue voter awareness table to be staffed by the Citizenship Ministry team to provide voting information, voting locations and voter guides. Announce that Early Voting ENDS on November 1!
  5. Sunday, November 4 - Preach an “Election Sermon” as done by preceding generations of pastors, giving Scriptural and Historical basis for choosing godly leaders.  (See sample sermon notes from "Choosing Godly Leaders")
  6. Monday, November 4 and Tuesday, November 5 - Send a broadcast e-mail and/or text broadcast to church list with a special Get-Out-The-Vote message by the Senior Pastor and links to non-partisan voter education information. (Sample Text-based and HTML format messages available)
  7. Monday, November 4 and Tuesday, November 5 - Initiate automated phone calls with a Get-Out-The-Vote script recorded by the Senior Pastor, calling through the entire church list prior to Election Day.  (Sample script and automated calling support available)

Help USPC and our local pastor councils mobilize churches in every city!




Church Voter Guide Request Form

Please complete the following information to request printed, church bulletin size voter guides to be distributed before, during and/or after worship services.  Order quantity and approval of the senior pastor will be confirmed upon receipt of the request.  Requests must be received and confirmed no later than Monday, October 28 for print quantities.  Download version will be available through Election Day, November 5 and through the Runoff Election in December.

First Name:
Last Name:
Address Street 1:
Address Street 2:
Zip Code: (5 digits)
Daytime Phone:
Church Name:
Quantity of Voter
Guides Needed;
additional info

2013 Houston Joint Election Information

Last Day to Register to Vote October 7
First Day of Early Voting October 21
Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail (Received, not Postmarked) October 25
Last Day of Early Voting November 1
 General Election Day
November 5