Hello everyone! We’re gearing up for the March for Life in Washington D.C. It’s hard to believe, but it’s less than 2 months away!
When: The plan is to leave in the early morning on Thursday, January 21st and return either Saturday the 23rd, or Sunday the 24th.
How: We’re looking at renting a charter bus to get everyone there. Sleeping accommodations are still undecided, but we’re considering staying at a local church to lessen costs.
Cost: Early estimates are $100-$150 per person (not including meals). This depends greatly on how many people will come and where we stay. This price will go up if less people come or we stay at a pricey hotel.
If you’re interested in coming, please contact us. We’ll keep you updated as we figure out the details. We really hope everyone takes advantage of this opportunity to literally take a stand for life.
I hope you all are celebrating the wonderful victory we have had with 40 Days for Life this year, having the 9th Avenue abortion clinic close. It really is a miracle! 413 days: an oversight for a “professional profiting clinic”? I don’t think so… If that were to happen at one of the hospitals around here, there would be outrage. This is a miracle, and your prayers and participation were a part of it! Thank you for those who participated! You can read what the national director of 40 Days For Life had to say about our victory here.
There will be a recount on the success of this fall’s 40 Days for Life campaign and I highly recommend listening! This will be a national webcast with former-director of Planned Parenthood, Abby Johnson, our local 40 Days for Life coordinators: Ernie and Mary-Beth Cyr, and other influential people who have experienced miracles in their own towns. Also, plans for this coming Spring’s 40 Days will be discussed. The webcast will start at 8PM Central time this Monday, and last an hour. If you can’t catch all of it, maybe you can catch some…
You read that right: The abortion clinic on 9th Ave has closed for good! A legal notice was posted in the Pensacola News Journal yesterday, November 2nd, confirming it.
The clinic officially closed for business on October 30th, the last Friday of this fall’s 40 Days For Life campaign. A handful of UWF Students for life were there peacefully protesting. We had no idea it would be the last protest in front of that facility.