Topeka The Kansas House chamber is scheduled to be the site this week of a three-day workshop for dozens of evangelical Christians.
But the event's main organizer said Wednesday that he may have to move the event because 170 people have signed up. The House chamber has space for 150.
The event is described as a beginner's course in preparing for a transforming revival. The workshop includes evening sessions Thursday and Friday and an all-day session Saturday.
The request to use the House chamber came in May from Dave DePue, state director for the Capitol Commission, a national nonprofit group that brings pastors to Statehouses to advise policymakers.
The event is drawing criticism from Americans United for Separation of Church and State. DePue said it's designed to strengthen families and communities.