Hundreds of people rallied in support of Kim Davis on Saturday.

A federal judge on Thursday found Davis, the elected clerk of Rowan County, Kentucky, in contempt for refusing to comply with his ruling ordering her to issue marriage licenses to all qualified couples. Rather than issue marriage licenses to gay couples after the Supreme Court struck down gay marriage bans in all 50 states, Davis stopped issuing marriage licenses to all couples. Four couples, two of whom are gay, filed a federal lawsuit. The Supreme Court on Monday declined to intervene in the case.

Deputy clerks issued marriage licenses to six gay couples on Friday.

According to the AP, roughly 300 people demonstrated for about an hour outside the Carter County Detention Center in Grayson where Davis is being held.

Joe Davis, Kim Davis' fourth husband, relayed news about his wife to the crowd.

“She won't bow, I promise you,” he said. “She sends her love to each and every one of you all. And this is what she said, 'All is well. Tell them to hold their head high because I am.'”

Signs seen at the rally included “Kim Davis for President,” “No to Sodomite Perversion” and “Impeach Judge David Bunning.”

Grayson Mayor George Steele told the crowd, “God is going to continue to bless Kim Davis,” before leading them in prayer.