Evangelical leaders who held an impromptu meeting with President Trump on Monday took a moment to hold a prayer session in the Oval Office.

Photos posted to social media over the last two days show the group circling Trump, with their hands on his shoulders and back, and their heads bent in prayer.

Vice President Mike Pence can also be seen in photos, his eyes closed.

Johnnie Moore, who previously served as a senior vice president at Liberty University, posted one photo. Others who appear in photos and social media postings include Michele Bachmann, a former Republican congresswoman from Minnesota, and Jack Graham, pastor of Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, Texas.

"Really wonderful visit with @POTUS & @VP after an all day meeting w/evangelical leaders & the WH Office of Public Liaison, Y'day," Moore said on his Twitter account Tuesday.

"Such an honor to pray within the Oval Office for @POTUS & @VP," he said in a subsequent tweet.

Moore told CNN the Oval Office prayer session occurred when several faith leaders were invited to meet Trump after they held meetings with officials from the Office of Public Liaison.

"We similarly prayed for President Obama, but it's different with President Trump," Moore told CNN. "When we are praying for President Trump, we are praying within the context of a real relationship, a true friendship."

Since returning from his trip to Europe on Saturday, Trump has largely remained out of the public view as the White House has spent the last few days responding to news reports involving the president's son, Donald Trump Jr.

Over the weekend, it was revealed Trump Jr. met with a Russian lawyer with the intention of receiving damaging information on Hillary Clinton.

In an email chain released by Trump Jr. on Tuesday, an intermediary told Trump Jr. the information was part of the Russian government's efforts to aid his father's candidacy.

Though the president has been laying low, Moore said Trump was "absolutely confident, entirely in command" during their meeting.

"He was in good spirits," he said. "He was as strong and focused as I have ever seen him. It was as if he was entirely above the fray."