As part of new plans to visit Pennsylvania, Biden will attend a church in Philadelphia on Sunday before heading to Harrisburg

President Joe Biden will attend a meeting at a predominantly black church in Philadelphia on Sunday morning, then head to a campaign event in Harrisburg in the afternoon, his campaign announced Friday evening.

Biden will deliver a speech after a church service in Philadelphia, his campaign said. The name of the church or the time of the service were not disclosed.

The visit is one of several appearances scheduled by Biden this weekend, as he faces calls to drop out of the presidential race after his disastrous debate performance exacerbated concerns about his fitness to serve another four years in office.

Biden held a rally in Madison, Wisconsin, on Friday afternoon. An interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, his first television interview since the debate, is scheduled to air Friday night.

The president was originally scheduled to speak Sunday in Philadelphia at the annual conference of the National Education Association, alongside first lady Jill Biden.

However, the speech was canceled after the NEA suspended programming inin response to the strike announced by employees on Friday.

Staff writer Julia Terruso contributed to this article.

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