Join us November 17th November 17th to celebrate with America's Black Robe Regiment!
Building Community, Honoring Heritage and Bidding for a Brighter Future
The hope of this event is to unite pastors and families in a shared journey of rediscovering the profound history and enduring principles of the Black Robe Regiment. We believe that by embracing this rich heritage, everyone can harness the collective strength of the church to renew the values that once shaped America. Our commitment is to educate, inspire, and empower individuals and congregations to work hand in hand, rekindling the moral and spiritual foundations upon which our nation was built. Together, we aim to steer America back to its roots, guided by faith, unity, and a steadfast devotion to the timeless ideals that have always defined our great nation.
Event Info - Save the Date - November 17th, 2023
Enjoy a gourmet Thanksgiving fare that includes six fabulous courses:
- Savory Herb-Infused Roast Turkey
- Traditional Herb-Infused Bread Dressing
- Candied Sweet Potato Elegance
- French Haricot Vert Casserole
- Artisanal Crusty Bread Rolls and
- Grandmother’s Signature Pie
Our Keynote Speaker: Reverend William Cook
Come hear an inspiring message that impacts our daily lives, our families and our children’s future
About Rev. Cook
Founder and Executive Director of the Black Robe Regiment of Virginia, a clergy-led movement of Christian “Minutemen” actively committed to restoring the Foundations of Liberty in America, and the Pulpit’s Founding legacy as Wellspring of the political ideology that ignited a Revolution to “secure the Blessings of Liberty” to itself and its posterity.
Rev. Cook has held a variety of pastoral positions spanning fifteen years. He served as Assistant Campus Minister and Director of Student Life at Regent University in Virginia Beach for seven years and subsequently as an associate pastor at three different churches for ten years. He was employed as a federal contractor while his five children were growing up, providing systems engineering support to various federal agencies including the Intelligence community, Department of Homeland Security, and the Transportation Security Administration. During the five years he was at DHS, Rev. Cook provided systems engineering and project management support to the Director and Science Adviser at the Science and Technology Directorate’s Explosives Division, and to the Transportation Security Administration, pursuant to evaluating a variety of airport screening systems at the TSA Systems Integration Facility.
During the summer of 2012, he sensed God calling him back into full-time ministry with an emphasis on activating and mobilizing clergy and their congregations in efforts to secure the “Blessings of Liberty” to this and future generations of Americans. He founded the Black Robe Regiment of Virginia in July 2012 as part of a growing national movement of clergy at the vanguard of efforts to restore America’s decidedly Christian heritage, and the Church’s vital leadership and influence at every level of government.
Rev. Cook and his wife Judy live in Northern Virginia and recently celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary. They have four grown children, a teenager still at home, and four grandchildren who live nearby.
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