( CNN) As thousands of white nationalist and “alt-right” protesters descended on Charlottesville, Virginia, for the “Unite the Right” rally Saturday and clashed with counterprotesters, voices from both sides of the aisle were raised to condemn the gathering.

Included in those voices were two members of President Trump’s evangelical advisory board — a group of pastors and faith presidents who advise Trump — and also a Latino evangelical pastor who delivered a prayer at the presidential inauguration in January.

And while Trump failedto single out white supremacists and “alt-right” groups at the center of Saturday’s violence in Charlottesville, government ministers who spoke out in statements were not so reticent.