Team Biden doesn’t think it can win over all evangelicals or even a majority, but it does think it can slice off some of them from Trump’s coalition by emphasizing the former vice president’s personal faith and values.

At the Democratic National Convention, Biden’s campaign will hold an interfaith service on Aug. 16 and a Believers for Biden watch party ahead of the candidate’s acceptance speech it set for Aug. 20, according to a Biden adviser.

The Democratic National Committee will also host two interfaith council meetings during the week.

The campaign’s Believers for Biden program also plans to host listening sessions with faith leaders, form advisory groups with people from different traditions and hold town halls and policy roundtables to gain support from faith-based voters.