Al Sharpton will lead a Saturday prayer service to rally around Rep. Frederica Wilson, who made national news for her confrontation with President Donald Trump and John Kelly.

"In an effort towards healing and unifying our community during these times of pain and conflict, faith leaders will join together at a prayer service to cover Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson (FL-24) in prayer as she continues to be a voice for the voiceless," the Democrat's office said in a release.

The service begins at 4 p.m. at Saint Agnes Episcopal Church in Miami.

Those attending include Sharpton; Rev. Dennis M. Jackson II, senior pastor of New Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church; and Rev. Denrick E. Rolle, pastor of Saint Agnes.

"The faith community will form a prayer circle including members of the African American Council of Christian Clergy who will pray for representatives from each branch of the military," the release states.

"Mrs. Myeshia Johnson, wife of Army Sgt. La David Johnson, the 5000 Role Models Alumni who was recently killed in the line of duty in Niger, and members of the Johnson family will also receive a special prayer."