[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2008/POLITICS/08/16/warren.forum/art.evangelicals.gi.jpg caption="Sens. McCain and Obama will discuss issues of faith and morality with Pastor Rick Warren on Saturday night."]
(CNN) - John McCain and Barack Obama are going to be briefly on the same stage at the same time Saturday night. It will be the first time that's happened since each candidate clinched his party's nomination and it mostly likely will be the last time we see them together until they face off in the presidential debates in late September and October.
The presumptive Democratic and Republican presidential nominees are both taking part in a civil forum hosted by the Rev. Rick Warren at his Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California. Each candidate gets an hour with Warren, answering questions about their religion and faith, moral values and issues, and questions about what kind of president they would be.
We expect to see McCain and Obama briefly meet on stage as one candidate finishes and the next begins.
This is a chance for both candidates to make their case with evangelical and religious Americans, crucial voters in the battle for the White House.
Our coverage of the forum starts at 7pm ET on CNN with an hour long special leading up to the event. We'll have live coverage of the forum at 8pm ET on CNN and CNN.COM