Hillary Rodham Clinton is uniting religious conservatives even as their party is divided over a range of foreign policy and social issues.

The potential 2016 presidential candidate wasn’t invited to the Voters Value Summit this weekend in Washington.

But the prospect of another Clinton in the White House echoed through the conference where hundreds of conservative activists debated the GOP’s future.

Evangelicals warned that a Clinton presidency would cement President Barack Obama’s legacy and what they call his attack on religious freedom.

The former secretary of state hasn’t said whether she’ll run, but officials in both parties expect she will.

She would be the overwhelming favorite to win the Democratic nomination. The Republican field is large and without a clear front-runner.