A prayer service is to be held at the Twaddell camp where protestors have gathered for more than 80 days to demonstrate against what they say is the disrespect of their civil rights.
The camp was set up after the July 12 parade was banned from passing the Ardoyne shopfronts.
An application to complete the parade on Saturday was last week rejected by the Parades Commission.
The ‘Open Air service of Thanksgiving’ will be held at Twaddell Avenue in north Belfast on Sunday at 3pm.
Supporters have been asked to attend to “give thanks to God for our country and our cause”.